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The 3D printing revolution is changing everything from manufacturing to medicine, but you know the real reason it rules? Friggin' action figures, man. ModiBot, a Rhode Island-based toy company focusing on print-on-demand modular action figures and accessories, has been offering fully-customizable toys and schematics via its Shapeways site for awhile. In an effort to scale up its operation and offerings, however, the company has taken to Kickstarter.
Digital: All digital Viz titles are currently on sale, with discounts up to 20 percent off.
Animation: Zane Houston puts his
TV: BBC America has posted the first official photo of actress Jenna-Louise Coleman in her role as the next (but still unnamed) Doctor Who companion set to debut this Christmas. From what I can tell, she seems to like sweaters.
Museums: The Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco will host an exhibit of rare MAD Magazine art from
Gaming: Rocksteady senior animator Simon Warwick chronicles the company's Batman: Arkham City wrap party, which included a visit to the team's inspiration for Wayne Manor lit by a Bat-Signal -- not to mention go-karts!
Movies: According to Variety, multiple Harry Potter movie director David Yates has a Doctor Who feature film in the works.
Toys: If you're looking for deals on Mattel's MattyCollector DC toy
Musicals: Watch out now, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark reopens to previews on May 12. Never has the term "reimagined" been so welcomed by so many.
Digital: Yen Press is bringing Yotsuba&! to its iPad app... for almost the same price as its print editions.
Sci-Fi: The B