It seems 2012 may be the year of Gon. Masashi Tanaka's tiny orange dino will not only get his own 50-episode CG animated series and two forms of new manga in April, but according to a new website launched by Namco Bandai, Gon will get a Nintendo 3DS tie-in title in Japan come June 14.
Toys: Hot Toys is teasing prototype pieces for its upcoming 1/6 scale figure based on Batman: Arkham City.
Thought Pieces: Tom Spurgeon and others ponder the future of comic book back-issue sales.
Digital: IDW is currently offering its selection of
Namco Bandai Games will launch a webcomics publishing effort known as ShiftyLook in March, aiming to revive interest in its dormant game properties by adapting them to new comic stories that will be available online and on mobile devices. Each series will receive twice a week over a three-month span. In an interview wi
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
Movies: Wonder Woman pilot star Adrianne Palicki will star as Lady Jaye in G.I. Joe: Cobra Strikes.
Industry: Newspaper content -- especially comic strips -- syndicate United Media has closed its doors.
Blogs: CA contributor Douglas Wolk is digging into Judge Dre
February was a big month for Cartoon Network's upcoming ThunderCats animated series as a bonanza of images from Namco Bandai's toy line surfaced more or less alongside the show's first footage. While CN has yet to let loose with a proper release date for the relaunched series, Namco Bandai'
Movies: Splash News Online has scored some new images of The Amazing Spider-Man swinging around. I must admit, I'm starting not to mind those silvery soles on his costume.
Creators: Artist Chris Wozniak and his wife Debra have lost their home to the recent tornado in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. You can help by visiting their Facebook page
Remember the beginnings of that awesome fan-made "Mobile Suit Gundam" statue constructed entirely from model kit runners (the plastic frames that builders pop pieces from) that was shaping up in Japan a few months back? Well, it's finally fully-formed and the results may be more impressive than any single regularly-assembled Namco Bandai kit.As reported by Tomopop, the affectionately named "Recycle Grade Gundam" took more than 250 hours to build ov