Think of a concept, and there's probably a Monopoly board for it. That's true even for other games, like "The Legend of Zelda," a Monopoly version of which came out late last year. It's just one of the permutations of the popular board game, which celebrates its 80th birthday this year.
City versions of Monopoly have been commonplace for decades, but in recent years there have been subtleties. For example, this edition is devoted not just to London but to the London Underground. Covent Garden station, incidentally, is the Boardwalk equivalent.
Can you have a whole Monopoly game devoted to Disney villains? Why not? Yeah, perhaps they should all go to jail, but do you want to tell Cruella de Vil that?
In the Monopoly version of "A Christmas Story," "A Major Award" and "Triple Dog Dare" take the place of Chance and Community Chest. Boardwalk? That's a BB Gun, of course. (Don't shoot your eye out.)
The "Doctor Who" edition of Monopoly includes various Doctors' Tardises in place of the railroads. "Take a ride on the Tardis," indeed.
Coca-Cola has been a part of the pop-cultural landscape even longer than Monopoly, and you could probably fill a board with just the soft drink's famous slogans. The Coca-Cola Classic Ads Edition has a few, not to mention some of the images to go along with them.