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Dads in modern media are misunderstood and forced to endure near constant ridicule, according to a Netmums survey
Judge Mr Recorder Burns gives company director Barton Simpson community order for attempting to board flight with antique hand gun
New 3D Pokemon adventure will arrive worldwide in October 2013
Remember the Furby, that squawking, animatronic toy of 1998? The one that looked like an Ewok, tweeted at its multi-coloured brethren (in the old-fashioned way) and caused thousands of children to keen at Christmas because their parents couldn't get one at Toys R Us?
He first made his name as the nonchalant, fast-talking rabbit from Brooklyn, in sharp animated "shorts" of the 1940s.
The American television sitcom Diff'rent Strokes turned the 10-year-old Gary Coleman into a worldwide star, but he proved to be right at the top of that league of child actors who experience a much-troubled life after such early fame.
Snoopy is back in familiar hands. A decade after Charles M Schulz drew Charlie Brown's legendary pet beagle for the last time, the family of the late cartoonist has reclaimed a stake in the Peanuts brand.
Is it a Ferrari? A Stealth bomber? A tractor? No, it's the latest Batmobile, says Sean O'Grady