Hasbro's burgeoning KRE-O line of building toys has been a boon to Transformers fans seeking a Lego-like experience for their favorite robots in disguise, but fans of the toy company's most iconic military action figure brand have had to content themselves with toys based on... well, that Battleship movie. That's all about to change, though
Cosplay: Sylwester Adam WardÄga dresses as Spider-Man and cheers up/annoys citizens and government employees in Poland.
Industry: Oni Press has promoted George Rohac to Director of Business Development.
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Humor: Grickle artist Graham Annable imagines a more adult Finn and Jake's embarassment in "Awkward Time."
TV: Jerry Springer has managed to offend Bronies by with a recent casting call for his show, leading to fans of My Little Pony: Friendsh
Hasbro honed in on Marvel movie toys in a major way over the past few years with lines based on The Avengers movieverse and Sony's The Amazing Spider-Man film, but it appears that the wait for Iron Man 3 will give the company a chance to deliver plenty of figures across its Marvel Universe and Marvel Legends lines, plus a forthcoming toy line based on Disney XD's Ultimate Spider-Man cartoon. Several upcoming 3.75" Marvel Universe figures were shown at Hasbro's SDCC booth, inc
Anime: Kodansha and creator Naoko Takeuchi have announced that a new anime adaptation of the Sailor Moon manga is in the works. Apparently it won't be a film, so it's possible a new series or some other anime project.
A lot of fans have been looking forward today's premiere of The Amazing Spider-Man film to see just how Marc Webb's take on Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's Webslinger would differ from Sam Raimi's 2002-2007 trilogy. Does Andrew Garfield have what it takes to pull off the role of Peter Parker? What's his chemistry with Emma Stone as Gw