Having spent enough to support a small child on Bandai's S.H. Figuarts action figure line, I was a bit relieved to see that Bluefin Tamashii Nations' Toy Fair 2014 booth was relatively relaxed in terms of never-before-seen figures. My relief didn't last too long, however, as I took in the big items from the show. Not only did we get a second, more fleshed-out look at the upcoming Injustice: Gods Among Us Batman, we also got to scope out a Shippuden-style Naruto and an articulated Michael Jackson in his Moonwalker getup.
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Yesterday saw the launch of Weekly Shonen Jump, the latest incarnation of Viz Media's anthology collecting material from the Japanese title of the same name. The reason for the relaunch is a good one, though: Now the digital magazine will include material released on the same day in the original Japanese version.
Released digitally, Weekly Shonen Jump featu
You may consider yourself a fan of Naruto or One Piece because you enjoy the manga, but if you were a real fan, you'd already have booked yourself a flight to Tokyo so that you could hang out in the just-announced Weekly Shonen Jump indoor theme park that will open next year. Just sayin'.
In addition to areas based around three of Weekly Shonen Jump's most
Video: This charming "Gotham High" supercut may result in '90s nostalgia whiplash.
Crowdfunding: Custom magnetic/dry erase board comics could be in your future, should you choose to back Erik Heumiller's Kickstarter.
Upcoming: Fantagraphics will release two new Dash Shaw books in 2013, including the 340-page New School and the 32-page 3 New Stories.
Movies: Entertainment Tonight has debuted footage from its Iron Man 3 set visit.
Manga: A "lost" colored chapter of Cyborg 009 will be printe