The last issue of Kult! comes with another bunch of great articles. This time there are three (3!!!) articles dealing with toys, what makes me very happy. These three articles are:
- One dealing with tin animal toys, made between the 1800s and 1960s. The article is based on a mobile exposition that has been already shown in some german cities, and that continues on tour but also on the book “Mechanische Tierwelt”/ “Mechanical Animal World” by Köpcke and Weinhold, which is probably a very interesting book to read too, and that is the perfect partner to the exposition.
- The second article is an overview of toy cars made after movies and tv series. Among the models shown, is James Bond’s Aston Martin, already shown here.
- The third article is a three-page article talking about card decks and “quartetts”, mostly from the 60s and the 70s, and showing a great variety of very interesting decks. In this blog we also showed some interesting decks of cards, check here.
The rest of the magazine is also extraordinarily interesting, as usual, we can find articles about movies and TV series (Hitchcock, Charlie´s Angels, War films), cars (BMW Isetta, Simson), books and comic books (Tintin), music and much more… guaranteed not to bore!