Exhibits in The Neat Stuff Hall of Fame are categorized by HOF staffers Harrison Willy and Edwina Nilly into four Exhibit Halls that closely relate to their original source pop culture identity.

Movies, Television, Comics, Disney and Toys

But of course there are going to overlaps. For example: Batman origins are in the world of comics so Batman can be found listed under "Comics", but since there are also Batman movies there is a link there as well. Batman also gets a link in the Television menu because of that campy TV series from the 1960s. The same with Looney Tunes which originated as theatrical shorts so they can be found in the "Movie" section but are also listed it in the "Comics" menu. Similarly shows like The Simpsons, The Flintstones or The Jetsons have their main listing under TV but can also be found in Comics. Of course any of these could be Toys as well but, the Toy Section features specific toys or toy lines.

Disney stuff could fall under any category ("Movies", "Television", Comics" or "Toys") but we felt they deserved their own section. And, even though The Disney Company now owns various properties such as Star Wars, Marvel and The Muppets these entries are still identified under their original sources, "Movies", "Television" or "Comics"