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100

One of this author's books is about supernatural beings that do exist....not on this plane or in this reality. YES...they may exist! Boo!  

Raina Telgemeier

100

This Space Epic has many films, toys and TV shows. It is one the most popular movie franchises ever made...and it has had its fans wielding their lightsabers from as far back as 1977. 

Star Wars

100

This sports-themed game is named after a Hall of Fame-winning coach and is one of the most popular ever produced. The name of the game stays the same...even though it's first "down" was released in 1988.

Madden NFL

100

These simple manipulatives were created in Denmark in 1949. The colorful blocks can be used to build anything imaginable: from small house-like structures to creations that rival the Statue of Liberty and the Eiffel Tower.

Legos

100

This car's name comes from the name of the man who not only founded the company, but who developed the automobile assembly-line production, thereby producing the first mass-affordable car: the Model T.

Ford

200
This author's books make up one of the most popular book series ever written, having spun off several films, merchandise and even its own Theme Park.

JK Rowling

200

This film (which spawned 2 sequels), starring Robert Downey Jr. kicked off Phase One of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. 

Iron Man

200

The main gameplay of this release (and also the title of the game) is something that is considered a felony in most sates. 

Grand Theft Auto

200

This 3D combination puzzle was invented in 1974 by a Hungarian sculptor and professor of architecture. It was originally called the "Magic Cube".

Rubik's cube

200

This German manufactured car has a name that derives from the Latin word for "listen" or "audio". The distinctive logo of four interlocking rings makes this car one of the most recognizable on the roads today.

Audi

300

The Asian-American author and cartoonist of this who succeeded Raina Telegemier as the author of the Babysitter's club books.

Gale Galligan

300

This animated film from Disney won two Academy Awards for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song. It was inspired by the Mexican Holiday "Day of the Dead".

Coco

300

This online gaming platform and game creation system allows users to program games and play games made by others. Players can also buy, sell and create virtual items, some of which can be purchased with game-created currency, and also with real-world currency for players with premium membership.

Roblox

300

This soft plush toy is a part of the merchandising from one of the most popular film series ever made. The origins of the character describe it as being a toddler from an unknown alien species, raised on a fictional planet called "Coruscant".

Baby Yoda (or Grogu)

300

The name of this popular luxury car is a commonly spoken acronym...derived from name of the German company that manufactures the vehicles: Bayerische Motoren Werke.

BMW

400

The author of these books was born over 100 years ago, but their most famous book series is beloved by children even today. The high-fantasy nature of the works includes poetry, riddles...and a language that the author invented JUST for the books that have sold over 100 million copies to date.

J.R.R. Tolkien

400

This film, based on traditional Southeast Asian cultures, follows a warrior princess who seeks out a fabled mythological creature in hopes of restoring a gem that will banish the plague "Druun" and reunite the tribes together as "Kumandra".

Raya and the Last Dragon

400

This game is a VR rhythm game that combines neon visuals and precisely handcrafted songs. The goal is to slash, with perfect precision, your movements in time with adrenaline-pumping music. 

Beat Saber

400

This inflatable toy can not only be popped and pumped back up, but is so interactive, it has over 60 sounds and movements and responds to voice activation.

Squeakee the Balloon Dog

400

This Italian sports car built it's first model in 1940. Known for its distinctive yellow logo emblazoned with a black stallion, it is one of the most sought after luxury sports cars in the world.

Ferrari

500

This author never wrote a single book. The work is almost entirely made up of plays and a poem forms known as sonnets. Some of the lesser known works by this author include "Two Gentlemen of Verona", "The Tempest" and "Winter's Tale"

Shakespeare

500

This upcoming film is a hybrid animation/live-action adventure and is a remake of a film that first came out in 1996. One of the most famous sports figures of the last decade will star (as himself) in this film.

Space Jam, A New Legacy

500

This survival horror-based games series features a protagonist named Mike Schmidt as well as four main animatronics. This series also has appeared in the Guinness Book of World Records: Gamers Edition as a record setter for the largest number of sequels released in a year.

Five Nights at Freddy's

500

This line of robotic toys was first released in 2016 to an unexpectedly high demand. Described as a toy that can "unbox" itself, the idea became a concept for a creature that, at the time of release, had five possible species to collect: Bearakeet, Burtle, Draggle, Penguala and Owlicorn.

Hatchimals

500

This car model was only manufactured for 2 years in the early 1980's and total production only reached 9,000 vehicles. The car owes its enduring popularity of to being featured in the "Back to the Future" films.

DeLorean

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