Toys: Sideshow Collectibles has released more images of its upcoming premium 1/6 scale DC Comics figures as part of its "12 Days of Sideshow" reveals.
TV: The Today Show's Jenna Wolfe visited the MAD Magazine offices over the weekend and chatted with Editor John Ficarra, Art Director Sam Viviano and longtime MAD artist Al Jaffee.
Merchandise: Zippo is rolling out a line of lighters fea
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
The classic Winsor McCay newspaper strip Little Nemo in Slumberland was adapted into an animated film in 1989 after a lengthy period in development hell that included scripts from both Moebius and the director of Adventures in Babysitting. Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Take
Movies: Brazilian site Cine Macado's three new character banners for Captain America: The First Avenger. Something tells posters with better Photoshop cutouts will surface soon.
Digital: Dark Horse Comics has announced special digital incentives from July-September for brick-and-mortar retailers of the best kind -- free digital download codes for exclusive eight-page stories stemming from top titles (like B.P.R.D.) that they can simply print and give away
Upcoming: Shout! Factory will release Transformers: Beast Wars the complete series collector's edition DVD box set on June 7. The set will include all 52 series episodes, new bonus content and a special 24-page comic, among other goodies.That's just prime by me.
Despite the fact that they're sometimes loaded with monsters, magic and seeming peril, the animated worlds of Studio Ghibli are among the most inviting in modern cinema. Who among us hasn't wanted -- if only for a moment -- to visit each of the films' serene (and sometimes post-apocalyptic) landscapes? Oz Workshop has mad