Collectibles & Nostalgia

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  1. The Boy Who Loved Batman

    The Boy Who Loved Batman

    $29.95

    Is any superhero cooler than Batman? He’s a crime-fighting vigilante with a tragic past, a lawless attitude, and a seemingly endless supply of high-tech gadgetry. In this fully illustrated memoir, author Michael Uslan recalls his journey from early childhood fandom through to the decades he spent on a caped crusade of his own: to bring Batman to the silver screen as the dark, serious character he was at heart. Learn More
  2. The Eighties at Echo Beach

    The Eighties at Echo Beach

    $35.00

    You won’t find Echo Beach on any map. But for a band of surfers from Newport Beach the stretch between 52nd and 56th street was an entire universe of ‘80s cool. These Day-Glo surfers singlehandedly demolished the laid-back ‘70s style with a loud blast of Devo and attitude. Out of the water, they wore Aquanet pompadours, Wayfarers, and neon boardshorts. In the water, they ripped up the wave two feet from local photographer Mike Moir’s Canon fish eye. Learn More
  3. The Electric Information Age Book

    The Electric Information Age Book

    $22.95

    The Electric Information Age Book explores the nine-year window of mass-market publishing in the sixties and seventies when formerly backstage players—designers, graphic artists, editors—stepped into the spotlight to produce a series of exceptional books. Aimed squarely at the young media-savvy consumers of the "Electronic Information Age," these small, inexpensive paperbacks aimed to bring the ideas of contemporary thinkers like Marshall McLuhan, R. Buckminster Fuller, Herman Kahn, and Carl Sagan to the masses. Graphic designers such as Quentin Fiore (The Medium is the Massage, 1967) employed a variety of radical techniques—verbal visual collages and other typographic pyrotechnics—that were as important to the content as the text. The Electric Information Age Book is the first book-length history of this brief yet highly influential publishing phenomenon. Learn More
  4. Star Wars: The Jedi Path

    Star Wars: The Jedi Path

    $19.95

    Passed down from Master to apprentice, The Jedi Path is an ancient training manual that has educated and enlightened generations of Jedi. Within its pages, the Jedi-in-training will discover the history and lore of the Jedi Order, the ways of the Force and how to wield it, the subtle nuances of lightsaber combat, and the dangers of the Dark Side. The only remaining copy in existence, this hallowed tome features handwritten annotated notes by Yoda, Luke Skywalker, Count Dooku, and Darth Sidious, among many others. Learn More
  5. The MAD Fold-In Collection

    The MAD Fold-In Collection

    $125.00

    Al Jaffee’s fold-ins, on the inside back cover of virtually every issue of MAD Magazine since 1964, have become an icon of American humor. Generations have grown up with Jaffee’s inspired skewerings of our foibles and cultural conundrums. Learn More
  6. The MAD Fold-In Collection Gift Pack

    The MAD Fold-In Collection Gift Pack

    $125.00

    Al Jaffee’s fold-ins, on the inside back cover of virtually every issue of MAD Magazine since 1964, have become an icon of American humor. Generations have grown up with Jaffee’s inspired skewerings of our foibles and cultural conundrums. Learn More
  7. Dads Are the Original Hipsters

    Dads Are the Original Hipsters

    $12.95

    He listened to vinyl before you did. He drank whiskey before you did. He had a mustache before you did. Admit it: your dad was a hipster before you were! Learn More
  8. Let's Bring Back

    Let's Bring Back

    $16.95

    Featuring delicate illustrations and lots of space for users to record their own musings and adventures, this charming journal (inspired by the top-selling Let’s Bring Back) gives fans of bygone elegance a chance to wax nostalgic and remember the fun of past and new delights. Learn More
  9. Someone has to set a bad example

    Someone has to set a bad example

    $16.95

    We can’t be good all the time, and no one knows it better than Anne Taintor. Learn More
  10. Imagination Illustrated

    Imagination Illustrated

    $29.95

    Jim Henson’s iconic puppet characters, fantastic worlds, and warm humor have delighted millions of people of all ages. His incredibly diverse body of work, from the Muppets to the world of The Dark Crystal, reveals his charm and genius to fans old and new. Learn More

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