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Mobile Suit Gundam
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Unlike the very real Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics currently underway in Russia, "The Cosplayer Olympics" (Cosplaympics?) are a complete fabrication created entirely to service the awesomeness that is Twitter user @funyafunya0320, who recently posted images of someone snowboarding while wearing a Mobile Suit Gundam RX-78-2 costume. 10 OUT OF 10! GOLD MEDAL!
Beginning with the Mobile Suit Gundam anime and feature film in 1979, the mech media and merchandise empire and its spinoffs have traditionally sorta centered around one or more youths hopping inside awesome humanoid mechs to stop civil wars between people living on Earth and those who've colonized space. This fall the newest iteration of the franchise, Gundam Build Fighters, is about a middle-school student who is really good at building Bandai's plastic Gundam model kits... and then battling them like Pokemon with friends and rivals.
Movies: The Robot Chicken DC Comics Special is set for release on Blu-ray and DVD on July 9.
Lego: New images of the Lego DC Universe Super Heroes "Superman: Battle of Smallville" set have arrived online, wit
DC: It's unclear just what DC's new Channel 52 will encompass, but it promises "All the news, some of the facts."
Gaming: DC Universe Online's Home Turf DLC is now live, giving players access to inner sanctums, sidekicks and more.
Video: Taiwanese stop motion animator counter6
Gaming: New stills from The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct give players an updated look at the upcoming zombie FPS.
Auto: Toyota's Char Aznable themed Auris is probably way more fuel efficient than a mobile suit.
Toys: The new Grab Zags miniatures by Zag Toys seem t
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
If you've previously thought that empty soda, beer or energy drink cans belonged in a trash can, get ready to change your mind as you gaze upon the wonders that are Japanese artist Makaon's can-based sculptures.Makaon's website