Papercraft isn't just the poor fan's alternative to expensive designer vinyl editions of popular characters. It's a beautiful art form that Qooplo creator Anthony Brennan has mastered and used to depict everyone from Patton Oswalt and CM Punk to Emma Frost and Captain America. And as is the case with most papercraft, their greatest feature is in
Is it not satisfying enough to watch the adventures of "Doctor Who" from the comfort of your own home? Would you rather set down the remote and saddle up alongside the quirky Time Lord - whether or not he's played by David Tennant or Matt Smith or someone else entirely - for one of his world-spanning journeys?
While the mobile suits representing anime's many "Gundam" universes have been forged from everything from steel to the fictional Gundanium alloy, one fan has successfully crafted a 4-foot-tall version of the ZGMF-X10A Freedom mech from "Mobile Suit Gundam SEED" out of nothing more than paper, glue, and unbridled ambition
The notion that comic book movies are experiencing a rebirth is debatable given the poor box office performances of "Kick-Ass" and "The Losers," not to mention the mixed reaction to Marvel's own "Iron Man 2
I tried my hand at custom toymaking as a kid, but I almost always ruined my action figures as a result. Maybe I'd fare better now that I have some years of distance under my belt, but before I begin mangling my favorite toys once again, perhaps it would be wiser to try something a little less stressful
Despite a successful comic series wrapping in January and a major motion picture slated for an April 16 release, "Kick-Ass" hasn't seen much merchandise yet. There've been posters and some apparel, but nothing as substantial as action figures, statues or other 3-D rendered likenesses
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