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From the News Archive
Hamilton software firm is sold

A Hamilton company that develops software used to improve farming efficiency has been purchased by a California-based firm.
Posted 7/26/2009 by  Journal Gazette 
Dec 2007 Holiday Gifts from Hell - Mother Jones

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Holiday Gifts from Hell
Mother Jones, CA -

It's that time of year, again. Time to wander the web searching for Holiday gifts for all those hard-to-buy-for folks, the usual cast of characters who make the holidays especially nerve-wracking. Well, have no fear and wander no more. This year Tomdispatch takes care of all the fuss and muss. We've scoured the web and assembled a one-stop-shop that will make your gift-buying a breeze. So forget about that already over-the-Hillary Clinton nutcracker or the Rudy Giuliani head that you affix to a tree so it appears the Republican front-runner is a stalker lurking in your yard—both so last year—and enjoy the Fifth Anniversary TomDispatch Holiday List from Hell. Because if you don't, the terrorists win.
 
Posted 12/15/2007
Lego Nov 2007 Star Wars Toys Among Holiday Season's Most Sought-After Gifts

New Star Wars Toys and Games Among Holiday Season's Most Sought-After Gifts
Thursday November 15, 4:35 am ET
Latest Creations from a Galaxy Far, Far Away Include Biggest LEGO(R) Model Ever Created and Brand-New STAR WARS Transformer Action Figure
SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--All new Star Wars toys and games will be capping off the global celebration of the Star Wars Saga’s 30th anniversary, as Star Wars remains one of the most sought-after gifts for fans of all ages for the 2007 holiday season.
Source: Lucasfilm Ltd.
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·  The LEGO(r) Star Wars MTT toy is among the holiday season's hottest new Star Wars toys. Thirty years after the first movie was released, Star Wars remains the No. 2 boys' toy license. (Photo: Business Wire).  
     
 
Year-to-date data released by the NPD Group shows that, 30 years after its initial release, Star Wars is the second best-selling boys’ toy property of the year, showcasing the intergalactic adventure’s enduring appeal.
This holiday season, the ever-popular LEGO Star Wars product line continues to grow with the LEGO® Star Wars Ultimate Collector’s Millennium Falcon – the largest LEGO set ever released. With more than 5,000 pieces, LEGO aficionados and Star Wars fans can bring to life an intricately detailed model of Han Solo’s unforgettable starship. Priced at $499.99, the Ultimate Collector Millennium Falcon measures 33.1 inches long by 22.2 inches wide by 8.3 inches high, and is available only online at http://www.LEGOshop.com. In addition, FamilyFun named the LEGO Star Wars MTT one of its top 10 Holiday Toys of the Year.
Building on the success of the blockbuster LEGO Star Wars videogame franchise, LEGO Group and LucasArts have teamed with TT Games to create LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga. At long last, players can “kick some brick” through 36 Story Mode levels covering all six films in the Saga, from the Trade Federation's 'negotiations' with Obi-Wan Kenobi and Qui-Gon Jinn in The Phantom Menace to the space battle above Endor in Return of the Jedi. The game is available on the Wii™, PLAYSTATION®3 computer entertainment system, Xbox 360™ videogame system from Microsoft and Nintendo DS™.
 
Posted 11/17/2007
Toy & Action Figure Museum, Pauls Valley - New Gifts received
OCC receives new artwork at Toy & Action Figure Museum
The Toy and Action Figure Museum in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma has received another large gift of over 1,000 comics related materials for the Oklahoma Cartoonists Collection that it houses.

Most of these materials were donated by Doctor Jon Suter, a former librarian at East Central University in Ada,and from Oklahoma writer Michael Vance.Born in Holdenville, Dr. Suter was among the earliest major collectors of comic books and strips in Oklahoma, and Vance is a Tulsa writer who has written for comic strips and books.

The Oklahoma Cartoonists Collection (OCC) features the work of more than 50 Oklahoma cartoonists and their associates. The Toy and Action Figure Museum currently showcases over 7,000 toys, 400 pieces of original comics art, and a now even larger selection of published comics written and drawn by Oklahomans.

“We continue to expand,” said Vance who procures original art and published works for the OCC. “The addition of these donations means that it would take many trips to the museum to enjoy the original art and the magazines, books, comic books and comic strips already collected.”

New collections include the works of Oklahoma writer Kate Worley (Roger Rabbit, Wonder Woman), Sam Cobean (New Yorker cartoons), Doug Marlette (Tulsa World editorial cartoonist), Al McWilliams (Blazing Combat), John Romita (Spider-Man), and Al Capp (Lil Abner comic strip parody of Dick Tracy).

Hundreds of issues of Mad magazines featuring the work of Oklahoma writer E. Nelson Bridwell and dozens of Oklahoma associates have also been added, as well as a huge volume of Buck Rogers comic strips, and Vance’s published work. Oklahoma artist Zack Mosley was an assistant on Buck Rogers, the first science-fiction comic strip in the history of the genre.

The collections of work from Bill Mauldin (Pulitzer-prize winning editorial cartoonist), Gray Morrow (Tarzan comic strip), Dan Piraro (Bizarro comic strip), Archie Goodwin (Batman, The Hulk), Jack and Carole Bender (Alley Oop comic strip), and associate artist Wayne Truman (Holiday Out comic strip) were also expanded significantly.

Of special interest is a unique, large “presentation piece” by associate and Hall of Fame member Ric Estrada. This original art was produced to sell the then popular trading card series featuring the “Garbage Pail Kids” as a television show, and has only been seen by a handful of television executives.

The Toy and Action Figure Museum is located at 111 S. Chickasaw in Pauls Valley. For more details about the museum, and for group and school tour information, go to www.actionfiguremuseum.com, www.fourcolorcommentary.blogspot.com/, or call 405-238-6300.
Posted 5/12/2007
Dec 2006 Gifts from the Kingdom of Geek - Edmonton Journal

EDMONTON - If you're shopping around for hip, high-end toys and collector's items for last-minute gifts, prepare yourself for some sticker shock.
Action figures, statues and replica movie props designed for adult buyers boast adult-sized price tags, with deluxe superhero statues topping $400. And these hot-ticket items can be hard to find.
Case in point: Warp 1 Comics and Entertainment has sold all but one of a rare plush doll from the Angel TV series. It's a 53-centimetre high, half-scale replica of the fuzzy, Sesame Street-like puppet that the title vampire character was turned into on one popular fifth-season episode called 'Smile Time.' It goes for $90.
Retro comic-book statues, such as these ones of Jughead and Archie, aren

Retro comic-book statues, such as these ones of Jughead and Archie, aren't just for young collectors.


Diamond Select Toys made only 5,000 of the dolls, all of which have been sold.
'It was a numbered series and we can't get any more in,' says manager Lin Chen. 'These dolls were already selling for over $100 US online when we were still selling our stock for $70.'
So why are fans and the people who love them willing to spend so much and driving the adult collectibles market to such heights?
Chen says it has everything to do with waking up the child within.
'Everybody has a little bit of kid in them and that's what these toys are striving to reach,' she says, noting most buyers are well over 20.
In the past, action figures and statues were mainly comic-book related, but more and more collectibles are spun off hit movies, rock stars and sports figures, expanding their appeal beyond the Kingdom of Geek.
'Movie-related toys are bringing in a different kind of client who aren't comic book collectors or even all that much into toys,' Chen says.
Here are five of the hottest adult collectibles now on the market:
- Replica of Jack Sparrow's sword from the movie Pirates of the Caribbean. This will give the ever-popular Star Wars light-sabre replicas a run for their money. The 77-cm fake blade in a wooden display box comes with a very real $195 price tag.
- Oversized TV tie-in toys. At $260, the 60-cm high, limited-edition Kermit the Frog replica doll is a bit over my Christmas budget. I'll likely settle for the 30-cm-high, $50 Talking Stewie doll modelled after the evil baby on TV's Family Guy. The doll boasts 13 Stewie-like expressions such as 'I offer you the opportunity to join me in glorious battle' and 'Oh blast you and your estrogenical treachery.'
- Todd McFarlane's horror movie and rock star figures. I especially like the highly realized line of Elvis figures at various stages of his career. McFarlane, the creator of the Spawn comic book as well as one of the owners of the Oilers, runs one of the world's most popular adult toy and collectible companies.
- 3-D classic movie poster replicas. Also from the pop culture-crazed mind of Todd McFarlane is a line of 32-cm-high replicas of classic contemporary movies (Alien, Jaws).
Not only are they a mass-market treat, these compact items are also only $30 apiece.
- Retro comic book statues and figures. Fans of comic books and newspaper strips from back in the day need not feel left behind. Numerous companies make small statues of characters from the '40s to the '70s.
Posted 12/21/2006
Dec 2006 Star Wars Toys: Gifts With The Force Rate High - dBusinessNews San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO -- No. 1 Entertainment Property Brings an Intergalactic Flair to the Best Toys and Greatest Products of 2006
As Star Wars prepares to celebrate its 30th anniversary in 2007, toys based on the perennially popular cinematic saga are among the most sought-after and popular for this holiday season, according to industry data and some of the nation’s most respected reviewers of children’s products.
Star Wars remained the No. 1 entertainment property in 2006, said Howard Roffman, President of Lucas Licensing, and topped end-of-year lists of the best toys and games available for kids of all ages.
“Whether it’s a classic toy given a new twist, like the Force Action Lightsaber, or a brand-new technological marvel like LEGO Star Wars II The Original Trilogy, there’s a great Star Wars gift for everyone this holiday,” Roffman said. “It is immensely gratifying to know that editors, testers and critics continue to say Star Wars has the best and most entertaining products for all ages.”
Among the most sought-after of the newest intergalactic toy hits is the STAR WARS TRANSFORMER MILLENNIUM FALCON from Hasbro. It’s one of the “Greatest Products for 2006,” according to the iParenting media awards, and was also honored with the Grand Prize in FamilyFun magazine’s “T.O.Y.,” or Toy of the Year awards. “Han Solo and Chewbacca literally are what they fly in this version of the ageless morphing toy,” FamilyFun editors wrote, also ranking the Transformer Millennium Falcon No. 9 on its Top 10 toy list for 2006.
Hasbro’s newly introduced FORCE ACTION LIGHTSABER, meanwhile, was named a “Toy Wishes All Star” by Toy Wishes Magazine. “Complete with sounds and lights, now the lightsaber has a spring-activated deployment,” Toy Wishes editors wrote, “so it’s even more authentic.”
LEGO STAR WARS II: THE ORIGINAL TRILOGY from LucasArts, hailed as one of the most imaginative, humorous and engaging titles of the past year, has received the prestigious recommendation of the National Institue on Media and the Family. The E 10+-rated game is the top pick of the Institute’s MediaWise Report Card for parents, which ranks its recommended games for children and teens.
The phenomenally successful pairing of Star Wars and LEGO has resulted in some of the hottest and most critically lauded toy offerings. The LEGO JABBA’S SAIL BARGE received not only a “Toy of the Year” award from FamilyFun, but was honored with National Parenting’s “Seal of Approval” and received the highest-possible three-star rating from the Canadian Toy Testing Council.
Likewise, Hasbro’s ATTACTIX STARTER KIT for the ATTACKTIX BATTLE FIGURE GAME was honored with a three-star rating from the Council, which, they said, offers “lots of imaginative play value.”
Posted 12/17/2006
Hamilton Bares All In Candy
Laurell K. Hamilton bares her soul in Strange Candy, her first short-story collection. 'Writing is like murder: No matter how careful you are, there's always a little piece of yourself left on the body,' Hamilton said in an interview.
Published 11/25/2006
Jakks Nov 2006 Jelly Belly Candy Co. Adds Licensing Program - Gifts & Decorative Accessories
New York — The Jelly Belly Candy Company, known for its popular jelly bean candies favored by the late President Ronald Reagan, has launched a licensing program to grow its brand and sweeten sales. The candy company signed a number of licensing agreements in a range of product categories across the apparel, stationery, toy, food and home markets.


Among the new “mouth watering” agreements is a Jelly Belly stationery license to Jakks Pacific, a leading manufacturer of toys and children’s products. Jakks is rolling out a broad assortment of stationery items in spring 2007, which will include die-cut notebooks, portfolios, pens and pencils, as well as a variety of scented products, such as stickers and a scratch-n-sniff sticker book and stationery set.
Posted 11/21/2006
Select the Best Gifts for Your Grandkids this Holiday Season - Nov 2006

Grandparents can be sure of choosing the coolest toys and games for their grandchildren this holiday season, with a little help from Grandparents Magazine's 5th Annual Holiday Gift Guide. The online guide is available free to grandparents, parents, teachers, and others. This year's Top Picks include some familiar brand names from past years, including Playskool, Lego, Fisher-Price, and Playmobil.
(PRWEB) November 15, 2006 -- Grandparents can be sure of choosing the coolest toys and games for their grandchildren this holiday season, with a little help from Grandparents Magazine's 5th Annual Holiday Gift Guide. The online guide is available free to grandparents, parents, teachers, and others at http://www.GrandparentsMagazine.net/giftideas.htm

Each year, Grandparents Magazine sends a large selection of the year's new toy offerings to its nationwide force of kid toy-testers, who try out the products and report their findings. Only the best make the list.

This year's Top Picks include some familiar brand names from past years, including Playskool, Lego, Fisher-Price, and Playmobil. Other highlights include toys like Little People and hot properties such as Barbie and the RC N.S.E.C.T. from Tyco, as well as innovative new offerings like the Zoundz from Zizzle.

In addition to Top Picks lists for both younger and older kids, the guide covers this year's best choices in dolls, board games, building toys, puzzles, crafts, and more. Special breakouts list the best bargains (under $10) and splurges (over $50). Other sections look at Electronic Gadgets, Pretend Play, and Educational.

Following are the two Top Picks lists; for detailed reviews from the testers, go online to Grandparents Magazine at http://www.GrandparentsMagazine.net/giftideas.htm

Grandparents Magazine 2006 Top Gift Picks

For children ages 8 and up:
http://www.grandparentsmagazine.net/2006GiftGuide/TopPicks/8up.htm

- Best Building Toy (tie): Vertical Vengeance Roller Coaster (K'nex), Ages 10+, $59.99, and EXO-FORCE: Sentai Fortress (Lego), Ages 8-14, $99.99
- Best Toy (Girl): Digi Makeover (Radica), Ages 8+, $59.99
- Best Toy (Boy): RC N.S.E.C.T (Tyco), Ages 8+, $99.99
- Best Craft Kit (Girls): Decoupage Diva Jewelry Keeper (Creativity For Kids), Ages 7-97, $15.99
- Best Craft Kit (Boys): Creepy Crawlers Bug Maker (Jakks Pacific), Ages 8+, $24.99
- Best Game: Monopoly Here & Now (Hasbro), Ages 8+, $29.99
- Best Electronic Gadget: Zoundz (Zizzle), Ages 5+, $49.99
- Best Travel Toy: 20Q Music (Radica), Ages 8+, $14.99
- Best Educational Toy: Sudoku The Ultimate Puzzle Game (Briarpatch), Ages 7+, $19.95
- Best Movie: High School Musical (Buena Vista/Disney), Rated PG, $26.99
Posted 11/17/2006
Toys 'R' Us joins Toys for Tots to collect 1 million gifts - Asbury Park Press

Wayne-based Toys 'R'' Us Inc. will work with the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation to collect 1 million gifts for the annual holiday drive, marking the largest retail partnership for the nonprofit.

Toys 'R'' Us, the second-largest U.S. toy seller, agreed to match donations for as many as 1 million toys through Nov. 22 and plans to raise $4 million for the charity, the company said today.

'As a mom of two small children, it breaks my heart that so many kids go without even one toy at Christmastime,'' said actress Brooke Shields, a spokeswoman for the toy drive.

Toys for Tots, founded by the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves in 1947, collects new, unwrapped toys to distribute to low-income children across the country. About 13 million U.S. children are living in poverty, according to U.S. Census data from last year.

The organization handed out 18.5 million toys to 7.5 million children last year and has distributed 351 million toys since its start, the Quantico, Va.-based charity said.

Toys 'R'' Us will have a Toys for Tots representative at each of its 587 stores and 245 Babies 'R'' Us locations. Suggestions for age-appropriate toys will be available. The donations will go to children in the community where they were made, the company said.

Toys 'R'' Us, which was sold to three private investment firms last year for $6.6 billion, trails only Wal-Mart Stores Inc. in U.S. toy sales. The buyers were Bain Capital Partners LLC, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. and Vornado Realty Trust.
Posted 11/2/2006
Children get excited for Eid games and gifts in the capital
Children get excited for Eid games and gifts in the capital
By Ahmed Abdul Aziz and Ahmed Nour

23 October 2006


ABU DHABI — Children are gearing up for the Eid Al Fitr celebrations in the capital. It’s that time of the year again when they would be showered with gifts galore.
Ahmed Nedal, a six-year-old Syrian, is hooked on Play Station. So this Eid he’s expecting a whole lot of latest games from his parents.
“I usually play with my friends, Salah, Mohammed and Adnan. And we love playing such games as Crash Gear, Power Ringers and Winner,” said Ahmed.
“My son always finds out about the new games before I do  and he then orders me to buy him those games!” said his father.
Three-year-old Nagham prefers to go to her grandparents’ home for Eid. “There I can play with my toys as much as I like.” 
Shops in the city selling sweets, toys, balloons and new clothes have a host of offers for children. The manager of the HallMark toy shop in Abu Dhabi Mall said that boys generally prefer remote cars, robots and planes while girls mostly look for Barbie dolls. He added that toys in the shapes of camels and horses are popular among Western children.
Raj Omaish, a six-year-old Indian, simply adores Power Rangers.
His mother said, “We are planning to attend the celebrations in the malls and different places and the gardens with our Muslim friends and go out with them. We’d also like to buy our child various kinds of games this Eid.”
Monica, a Mexican woman living in the UAE, said that she would go to Dubai during Eid because her son, Gaison, is keen to visit the city.
Posted 10/23/2006
Mail man brings gifts again
Mail man brings <b>gifts</b> again The mail man must have a thing for me as he keeps bringing me gifts. :P
Posted 10/17/2006
Entertainment Earth Announces Top 10 Cool Gifts for Grown-Ups (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)

Entertainment Earth , celebrating 10 years on the Internet, announces the top action figures, toys, gifts, and collectibles geared for grown-ups:
1. Duck Dodgers Marvin the Martian Vinyl Figure, $12.99
Standing 7 inches tall, this retro-styled plastic figure brings the classic Looney Toons character to life in a colorful, limited-edition figure.
2. Dukes of Hazzard General Lee Radio Control Car, $49.99
For running moonshine or dodgin' the law, this classic high-powered radio control car has light-up headlights and can be driven from one end of the office to the other in seconds and finish with a 360.
3. Firefly Serenity Ornament, $17.99
Based on the title vehicle from the movie 'Serenity' and the cult sci-fi TV series 'Firefly,' this holiday ornament is sure to please fans, who will be lining up to purchase the only version of the ship on the market today.
4. Freddy Krueger Deluxe Metal Glove, $49.99
Based on the prop from the classic 'Nightmare on Elm Street' series, Freddy Krueger's signature weapon is complete with real metal claws.
5. Nirvana's Kurt Cobain 7-Inch Action Figure, $16.99
Bringing the late singer of Nirvana back in plastic, this 7-inch action figure is modeled after the classic 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' video.
6. Pulp Fiction Bad Mother F***er Wallet, $14.99
Taken straight from Quentin Tarantino's hit film, this wallet looks almost exactly like the one Samuel L. Jackson owned in 'Pulp Fiction.' Don't leave home without it!
7. Soft Orb Light, $9.99
It's magical! This 3 1/2-inch-wide ball is made of soft plastic and comes to life as it changes between four bright colors - entertain yourself in different states of consciousness!
8. Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 Die-Cast Replica Ship, $29.99
Return to the final frontier with this die-cast collectible ship. With a display stand and authentic styling, Captain Kirk's original ship can now dock in your home.
9. Star Wars R2-D2 Interactive Astromech Droid, $109.99
R2-D2 lights up and beeps as he comes to life. Standing 15 inches high, he plays games, responds to your voice, and can go on patrol. This item was a mega-hit last holiday season, and it continues to fly off shelves in 2006 with all-new packaging.
10. V for Vendetta Mask, $9.99
Posted 9/27/2006
one2believe Chosen by Big Idea to Produce VeggieTales Licensed Plush and Gifts
Valencia, CA (PRWEB) August 16, 2006 -– one2believe, designers of Messengers of Faith Talking Bible Character dolls has secured the rights to manufacture plush toys based on one of the most popular kids' series in America, VeggieTales.
Posted 8/17/2006
McDonald’s offers gifts for kids with happy meal - Peninsula On-line

McDonald’s offers gifts for kids with happy meal
Peninsula On-line, Qatar -
... McDonald’s happy meal toys undergo some of the most stringent tests in the world to ensure their quality, safety and suitability for children. ...
McDonald’s introduces blueberry ice cream
Published 8/16/2006
Wrapped Up: 2006 Licensing Show - Gifts & Decorative Accessories

Wrapped Up: 2006 Licensing Show
Gifts & Decorative Accessories, NY -
... Commonwealth Toys, New York, will develop plush and Madame Alexander, New York, will produce dolls and USAopoly will launch some new puzzles and games for the ...
Published 6/26/2006
The Typical Gifter Spent $1,935 Buying Gifts in 2005 about 60 ... - Business Wire

The Typical Gifter Spent $1,935 Buying Gifts in 2005 about 60 ...
Business Wire (press release), CA -
... After entertainment and recreational gifts (notably books, CDs, DVDs, toys, dolls and games, etc.), gift certificates were the second most popular gift ...
Published 6/20/2006
Report – Val Gardena, Italy - Gifts & Decorative Accessories

Report – Val Gardena, Italy
Gifts & Decorative Accessories, NY -
... In the 19th century, the valley’s artisans turned to carving toys, and by the middle of the 1800s, toys and dolls from Val Gardena dominated the industry ...
Published 6/19/2006
Carlee Mellow and Antony Hamilton - The Age


The Age
Carlee Mellow and Antony Hamilton
The Age, Australia -
... He's also created a number of short works, including Rot (1999), Decayfriend (2000), Action Figures Sold Separately (2001), Species for Small Spaces (2005) and ...
Published 5/8/2006
Mattel makes noise with $30.2m earnings - Hamilton Spectator

Mattel makes noise with $30.2m earnings
Hamilton Spectator,  Canada -
Mattel Inc., whose products include Fisher-Price toys and Hot Wheels cars, earned $30.2- million US up from $6.5 million a year ago. ...
Published 4/26/2006
Easter and Passover feasts? Oh, the guilt! - Hamilton Spectator

Easter and Passover feasts? Oh, the guilt!
Hamilton Spectator,  Canada -
... McDonald's in the United States introduced a "Go Active! Happy Meal" that includes a salad, bottle of water and fitness DVD, and former Canadian Olympian ...
Published 4/22/2006
Inside the Web: Gag Gifts - Pest Control


Pest Control
Inside the Web: Gag Gifts
Pest Control, OH -
... But aside from the Cavs Nesting Dolls, most of these things were given to ... Archie McPhee Toys, Gifts & Novelties: Their collection consists of thousands of toys ...
Published 4/3/2006
JAKKS Inks Deal with Snoop Dogg - Gifts & Decorative Accessories

JAKKS Inks Deal with Snoop Dogg
Gifts & Decorative Accessories, NY -
Mailbu, CA — JAKKS Pacific signed a licensing agreement to develop a collection of pet products based on the rap artist, Snoop Dogg. ... JAKKS Pacific Inc. ...
Published 3/28/2006
Plush Took Plunge in ’05 - Gifts & Decorative Accessories

Plush Took Plunge in ’05
Gifts & Decorative Accessories, NY -
... So where can gift retailers look for help in recouping lost sales? They might try building sets as well as action figures and action figure accessories. ...
Posted 2/22/2006
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