According to a new licensing announcement, DC Comics will soon be teaming up with Sanrio for a new collection of merchandise featuring Hello Kitty suiting up as DC's finest, including Wonder Woman, Superman and Batman.
TV: The first trailer for Nickelodeon's Power Rangers Megaforce is now online for your streaming pleasure.
Papercraft: If the vinyl Prison Pit figures are a little too rich for your blood at the moment, Paperfoldables' papercraft figures may tickle your fancy.
Toys: An exclusive box set of Diamond Select Toys and Art Asylum's The Walking Dead Minimates will be available on Amazon in mid-December.
Art: Albert Ching chronicles "The Journey of Mike Wieringo's First Impulse Drawing" in a moving piece remembering the beloved artist.
While the amalgamated Street Fighter x Sanrio characters skew more Hello Kitty than Blanka tonally, the fusion of two iconic multimedia empires is nonetheless a cute way to celebrate a quarter of a century of Capcom's flagship fighting game series. Street Fighter turned 25 this yea
Gaming: The free Facebook RPG, Marvel: Avengers Alliance, is now live.
Movies: Sony is apparently adapting Valiant's Bloodshot into a live action film. No, seriously.
Awards: The 2012 Eagle Award nominees have be
TV: A new preview of this week's episode of Harry's Law sees former Smallville star Erica Durance beating up a dude while dressed in Adrianne Palicki's costume from David E. Kelley's failed Wonder Woman pilot.
Anime: Brigid Alverson digs into the recent fall of Bandai Entertainment in North America.
Art: Anthony Clark has posted his take on the three original starting Pokémon (Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle) on Tumblr.
Photos: As The Adventures of Tintin plays in theaters around the world, HuffPo takes a look at all the places Hergé's hero (and his dog Snowy) have traveled over the years.
Manga: Gantz creator Hiroya Oku wrote in Young Jump magazine that
Halloween: Sean Fallon's TARDIS jack-o'-lantern should light up Doctor Who fans' respective days.
Movies: It remains to be seen how The Adventures of Tintin will do in North America, but European fans seem to be digging (or at least paying to see) the motion capture animated film so far.
Creators: Ali Ferzat, the Syrian cartoonist who was