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An increasingly giant amount of Attack on Titan toys is advancing on fans of Hajime Isayama's manga and corresponding anime. This past weekend at Wonder Festival in Japan, Good Smile Company unveiled upcoming Figma action figures for series protagonists Eren Yeager and his adopted sis Mikasa Ackerman, completely with their signature "3-D Maneuver Gear," which the characters use to swing around like Spider-Man and slash the necks of giants called Titans who seek to devour humankind inside their walled city. An unarticulated painted Figma prototype of the show's most iconic Colossal Titan antagonist was also on hand, sporting its skinless body and wonky proportions. Decidedly cuter prototypes for GSC's chibi-style Nendoroid AoT toys were on display too, including Mikasa, a mockup of Eren and the same Colossal Titan.
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Movies: Has Vin Diesel dropped a not-so-subtle hint about who he may be playing in an upcoming Marvel movie?
Manga: Japan's Jump Kai magazine will publish a manga adaptation of Assassin's Creed IV on August 10th illustrated by Kendi Oiwa.
Interviews: Tim O'Shea talks to CA's own M
Movies: Director Bryan Singer has announced that X-movie veterans Anna Paquin (Rogue), Ellen Page (Shadowcat) and Shawn R. Ashmore (Iceman) wil
Despite the popularity of Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda series of games and tie-in comics, action figure collectors have historically had few options when it comes to picking up an articulated version of main protagonist Link. In Octo
Gaming: Stan Lee continues to swing in the latest image promoting his Amazon preorder exclusive playability in the upcoming The Amazing Spider-Man game.
Publishers: SLG Publishing has applied for a Chase Bank and LivingSocial's Mission: Small Business program grant, which, if obtained, would supply the c
Gaming: Pendelton Ward has tweeted a few Adventure Time videogame ideas from recent meetings about the project. What a tease.
TV: Cartoon Network's DC Nation programming block will kick off March 3 at 10 a.m. with episodes of Green Lantern: The Animated Series