Upcoming: Cryptozoic Entertainment will debut the first issue of its new ongoing comic series based on Penny Arcade's The Lookouts at SDCC, with a wide release on August 29.
Physics: How accurate
Mechs: If you're in Tokyo through May 6, you may be able to scope out this 1:1 scale VF-25 Valkyrie constructed to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Macross (a.k.a. Robotech).
Interviews: Moviefone talks with Stan Lee his new documentary With Grea
Movies: Select AMC Theatres will host "The Ultimate Marvel Marathon," screening Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor in 3D, Captain America (3D) and The Avengers in 3D all in a row on May 3.
DVD: Shout! Factory has signed a deal with Saban to release every P
Movies: The first image of Disney's upcoming Lone Ranger film starring Armie Hammer and Johnny Depp is totally weird and nobody knows how to feel about it.
Comic Strips: Lynn Johnston has been rounding up For Better or For Worse parody comics at her official website. Always nice to see a creator with a solid sense of humor.
Video: Conan O'Brien comments on the arguably less-than-totally-audible state of Bane's voice in The Dark Knight Rises.
Gaming: Batman-based FPS Gotham City Impostors has been delayed, but only until February.
Movies: It's a sad day for fans who had hoped to watch Tetsu
Just more than 12 years after its conclusion in Japan, Rurouni Kenshin will return with new manga in May of 2012 in Jump Square magazine.
Though the run will be brief, Nobuhiro Watsuki's samurai romance series will eclipse the creator's current title, Embalming - The Another Tale of Frankenstein , until the fall.
Interestingly, Jump Square's ad for the return of Rur
Movies: Empire Magazine's 2012 Summer Movie preview has new shots of Judge Dredd, The Amazing Spider-Man and The Hobbit in action.
Creators: Sam Humphries, Ramon Perez and cover artist Julian Totino Tedesco are teaming for John Ca
Rurouni Kenshin fans got their first look at Japan's live action film last week in the pages of Jump Square magazine with a single image of star Takeru Satoh holding Kenshin's signature sakabato reverse-bladed katana. The haunted former "Hitokiri Batt