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I don't know if you've ever been told by a police officer that you weren't allowed to buy a Pokémon game, but it tends to ruin one's evening.
That was the exact situation that ComicsAlliance Senior Editor Caleb Goellner, the creators behind Trip Fantastic and I faced when we went to Nintendo World in Manhattan for the midnight release of Pokémon X and Y and found ourselves at the end of a line that wrapped all the way around Rockefeller Center. We had gotten there too late, but the adventure... was only beginning.
Cartoons: Fox teases its ADHD lineup with a new sizzle reel that includes new Axe Cop footage.
Digital: Writer Dave Eggers and artist Noah Van Sciver (The Hypo) has a new comic up at Trip City.
Toys: Fans headed to the May 17-19 Dallas Comic Co
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
Novelty: The Amazing Spider-Man toaster. It's hip. It's now. It's "wow."
Creators: Jonah Hex co-creator Tony DeZuniga is in extremely critical condition after suffering a stroke and his family is currently seeking donations to help cover his medial costs.
Music: Livid Records has signed Faulkner D
Animation: The cast and crew of Disney XD's Ultimate Spider-Man discuss the upcoming show alongside a dash of new footage.
Movies: It seems the live action Flash movie is still making a run at it, according to screenwriter Dan Mazeau.
Tech: The Tricorder from Star Trek is a little bit closer
Art: Anthony Clark has posted his take on the three original starting Pokémon (Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle) on Tumblr.
Photos: As The Adventures of Tintin plays in theaters around the world, HuffPo takes a look at all the places Hergé's hero (and his dog Snowy) have traveled over the years.
Manga: Gantz creator Hiroya Oku wrote in Young Jump magazine that
Digital Comics: If you like a good (or very sad) superhero crisis, you can check out Andrew Drilon's Supermaker right now at Top Shelf 2.0.
Art: Dark Horse gives a look at Tom Morello and artist Scott Hepburn's process for creating pages from their upcoming Orchid series.
Lego: Rebrickable is a site that can tell you