Gaming: New Marvel Comics items are now available on Xbox Marketplace, including web-shooters, Hulk hands and Captain America's shield.
Records: The Dark Knight Rises trailer had had more than 12.5 million views in its first 24 hours on iTunes
Having already chronicled the proud presentation of the 1/1 scale Mobile Suit Gundam in Shizuoka, Japan last year, YouTube user darwinfish105 has returned to see the mech warrior reassembled in Odaiba. Gundam's legs get most of the love here as crews work to return the RX-78-2 to its rightful configuration. It's basically the biggest exercise in gunpla (Gundam model kit building) known to man. See the epic construction in action after the cut.
If you're a Japanese otaku growing bored of your crippling iPhone GPS dependence, Namco Bandai could have the solution for you -- gaming your way to destinations with Mobile Suit Gundam. Gundam Navi, the first o
We were stoked to see art from the Japanese editions of Bryan Lee O'Malley's Scott Pilgrim series back in April (especially the one that paid homage to Street Fighter 2), but we're even more pleased to report that all
A few weeks ago I was talking to Aaron of Awesomed By Comics, and he described a film as being like Sid and Marty Kroft making a Japanese horror movie for children, and then told me that it was something I had to see. And he was right on all counts.
Released in 1968, Yokai Monsters: Spook Warfar
Joining the ever-growing legion of creative professionals raising money for disaster relief efforts in Japan is Periscope Studio, whose stellar roster of illustrators have produced brand new work to be auctioned off starting today. Dustin Weaver, Colleen Coover and Ron Chan are just some of the members the Portland, Oregon-based art collective whose original wor
Okay, everybody, that's it. We can go ahead and pack it in now, because the Internet has reached its final form. And it happened in the way that I think we all knew it would: With a massive picture of 493 Pokemon drawn as anime girls.
In a story reported by Topless Robot, dozens of people in Japan have been making anonymous donations to orphanages since Christmas, sending in cash, food, expensive backpacks and more under the name of fictional crimefighting Japanese luchador Tiger Mask.
It started on Christmas, when an anonymous donor left 10 expensive backpacks at a Japanese orpahanage, signing the name Naoto Date, the name of Tiger Mask's secret identity. The good