Perhaps the most profound fusion between classic Disney characters and Japanese pop culture since Kingdom Hearts has arrived, and it's a giant combining piloted mecha versions of Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Pluto and his dog house, Goofy, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck and a mini Steamboat Willie. Call it
Just in time for the Mega Man's (or Rockman, as he's known in Japan) 25th anniversary, Bandai is bringing the classic version of the hero, his robo dog Rush and a Metall/Met into its D-Arts line of articulated action figures. Set for release in Japan in early 2013, the figure will stand 105 mm (a little more than four inches)
ShiftyLook, the webcomic subsidiary of Namco Bandai that revives defunct video game characters like Bravoman, Dig Dug and Wonder Momo, unveiled its future plans at San Diego Comic-Con, introducing the world to three new webcomics and two brand-new web cartoons.
The new webcomic projects will launch over the next three months, with this month seeing Chris Eliopoulous heading up a revival of '90s arcade shooter Golly! Ghost! that's described as ha
Fashion: MAC Cosmetics and Archie Comics are collaborating on a Betty and Veronica-inspired cosmetics collection called "MAC Archie's Girls."
Anime: Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine has announced that a new film adaptation of Dragon Ball is in the works -- no word whether it'll be animated or live action.
Tragedy: A 53-year-old woman was reportedly killed
Design: Jayse Hansen shares beefy images of some of he and Cantina Creative's designs of the glass screens for the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarier in The Avengers, along with Iron Man's Mark VII armor Hud.
Movies: If you've ever
ShiftyLook, the force behind reviving dormant Namco Bandai videogame properties like Bravoman, Sky Kid, Xevious, Scar and more as webcomics will turn its attention to throwing a birthday bash. Celebrating the 30th anniversary of Dig Dug this summer, ShiftyLook will launch a collaborative webcomics
When I was a kid, action figure blister cards and boxes were something sacred to be saved, much to my closet's destruction. These days, I've just been ripping toys out of their packaging and chucking it in the recycling bin
TV: According to Melissa Rosenberg ABC's upcoming A.K.A. Jessica Jones series will take place in Marvel's Avengers-centric movieverse.
Batman: Have you ever wondered what Bruce Wayne's medial report might look like? The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen blog explores the possibilities.
Tech: Engadget gets ha
Threads: Mondo shines a neon light on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle's greatest foe.
Movies: Twilight/Snow White and the Huntsman star Kristen Stewart has supposedly been offered the role of Kei in the live action Akira film from Warner Bros.
Creators: Boom! has announced the artists working on its new Peanuts