Just wondering what kind of stuff you guys collected in your youth? Here's Mine.. Disney Adventures Magazine I think I have about 20 issues of this. Pogs I would play Pogs with my friends a lot. I had a Wakko slammer, and I won a cool Buzzsaw-shaped slammer from a friend. I had various other Pogs too. Rugrats VHS tapes I collected these for a few years: Angelica the Divine, Chuckie the Brave, Diapered Duo, Phil and Lil Double Trouble, Bedtime Bash, Grandpa's Favorite Stories, Tales from the Crib, A Rugrats Thanksgiving, Mommy Mania, The Rugrats Movie, Runaway Reptar, Discover America, I Think I Like You, Make Room for Dil. Pokemon Stuff I didn't really play the card-game with anyone (I was home-schooled when I became a preteen, so I didn't really have much friends at that point.) but I liked the artwork on the cards so I collected them. I collected the Trading Card Game, Cards of the Anime Series, and Action Flipz cards. I also got a Gold Poliwhirl from a Burger King Promotion, that came in a shiny Pokeball, three VHS tapes, plus the movie, and some toys. Electronic Gaming Monthly Have a lot of these. I started at Issue 100. (I'm missing a few here and there, but I have pretty much every issue from the 100th issue in 1997 up until the Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow issue in 2004) Nickelodeon Magazine I think I have about 15 Issues of this. Most of them are in good shape, but a few are heavily worn and missing the covers. Sonic the Hedgehog comic-books (Issues 5-50 + specials) Being a huge fan of Sonic, I collected these for years. Constantly renewed my subscription and got most of the specials and mini-series. Up until issue 50. For months I was irritated by all the furry drama, annoying original characters like a french skunk named Geoffrey St. John (Ugh he was the worst) and Princess Sally hogging the spotlight, (Seriously, they should've just called the comic "The Adventures of Princess Sally: Featuring Sonic the Hedgehog!" Also, she was a royal -blank-) then there was Robotnik's ridiculous origin, portraying him as a servant to a squirrel King, who would later go on to overthrow his kingdom. Ughhh. Issue 50 was a good jumping-off point, since it featured Robotnik's demise and so I quit the franchise. Sonic Adventure came out a year later and made me a fan again with revamped character models, (Classic Sonic is cool, but I love Sonic's modern redesign) an Earth setting, (Finally, Sonic could travel somewhere that wasn't limited to Knothole or Robotropolis) a better Sonic/Tails dynamic, (Tails actually accompanied Sonic on his adventures now!) no love triangles and a more likable love interest for Sonic (Amy Rose) and it didn't feel like a soap opera either.