Also, and by the way, a quick shout-out for Pokemon, which are still much in evidence. Pokemon is the only franchise I can think of that was loved equally by all my children at various times. Like Lego in the old days it was designed to appeal to every gender, but unlike Lego it's maintained that universality to this day. Battlers, collectors, ecologists, kawaii-ists, gamers and nerds are all catered for within the roomy fabric of its world.
By the way - and this I suppose is especially for UK people - do you pronounce "mall" to rhyme with
a) the road the queen takes on the way to Buck House
b) something that's done to you by an angry lion
c) something else?
I find I can't settle to any pronunciation.