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Joe Ibraham

Joe Ibraham is the assistant visual media editor at Adventure Publishing Group. He creates all graphic content for The Toy Insider social channels, including promos, stagnant graphics, and celebration graphics, as well as all signage, programming, and media graphics for various networking events. Joe manages and edits all YouTube content for The Toy Insider brand, including video and graphics, and contributes to The Toy Insider website with weekly product reviews. He also designs editorial covers for The Licensing Book. When he's not in the office, you can find Joe in the gym or hanging with his friends and family. He loves music, basketball, and art in a variety of forms. An avid GoPro user, Joe seeks adventure wherever he can find it. He often wonders why Drake and Josh is not available on Netflix. Keep up with Joe on his website: http://www.joeibraham.com

Take Down Marvel’s Biggest, Baddest Villain with this Co-op Game

Are your kids and their friends more powerful than the Avengers? Maybe, with this game. USAopoly’s Thanos Rising: Avengers Infinity War is a new cooperative dice and card game that pits players against the otherworldly… read more

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Beatboxing Is a Breeze with Incredibox

Boots and cats and boots and cats and boots and cats… And that my friends, is the extent of my beatboxing skills. Incredibox, from So Far So Good, is a music-making app that lets kids… read more

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Spread the Love with Kirby Star Allies

Kirby, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Pop Star anymore. Designed for kids ages 10 and up, Nintendo‘s Kirby Star Allies is a new platform game for Nintendo Switch that lets places control Kirby as he… read more

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Discover the Magic Inside the Hatchimals Secret Scene Playset

It’s no secret that keeping secrets is fun. Just think Patrick’s jubilation when he hid that embarrassing photo of SpongeBob at the Christmas Party in his secret box. The inner machinations of his mind may be… read more

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Kick Kinetics into Gear with GraviTrax

Rolling ball sculptures—also known as marble runs—are forms of kinetic art, and often contain moving pieces and one or more rolling balls. GraviTrax, from Ravensburger, is a new construction set that lets kids engineer and… read more

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Learning Has Never Been So Qwonderful

These days, little ones know iPhones, iPads, and anything with a screen like the back of their tiny hands. Often times, they know it better than most adults. While taking time away from the gizmos… read more

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The Grossery Gang Bug Strike Is One Heck of a Food Fight

Appealing to kids ages 5 and up, Moose Toys’ Grossery Gang is a putrid property that takes the cake. Featuring characters of the stale, moldy, and sour variety, these collectible food figures exist on toy… read more

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Transform Play with Screechers Wild

Shouting “It’s morphin’ time!” is no longer exclusive to The Power Rangers. Designed for kids ages 6 and up, Alpha Group US ’s Screechers Wild is a collection of vehicles that transform themselves into unique… read more

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Make Tic-Tac-Toe Look Like Child’s Play with Otrio

Tic-Tac-Toe is a classic paper and pencil game that’s ideal for passing time and stirring up some friendly competition. But if you’re like me, it always leaves you wanting more of a challenge and way… read more

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MorfBoard Is the Only Ride-on You’ll Ever Need

Let’s call this the Swiss Army knife of ride-ons. Minus the blades, of course. MorfBoard, from Jakks Pacific, is an innovative skate, scoot, bounce, and balance system that lets kids ages 8 and up enjoy an… read more

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