In the world of superhero comics, we're most certainly no strangers to so-called "good guys" going bad, but at long last, even we have to wonder: Is no one immune to the siren call of supervillainy?! Is there no one so wholly devote to the cause of good that evil cannot sink its cruel talons into their soul?! Can any wholesome cuteness triumph over the wicked inclinations of life as an arch-criminal?!
It seems it cannot, because now, Hello Kitty has become a supervillain. Or at least, she's dressing like one in the latest licensing collaboration between Sanrio and DC Comics, which features everyone's favorite icon of cuteness cosplaying as a trio of Batman villainesses.
Most cats are afraid of water, but it appears Sanrio's Hello Kitty is a straight up sea captain on Star Cruises' specially-themed voyages departing from Singapore and Malaysia. While this news post would almost certainly have made a solid Holiday Gift Guide entry, we doubt many of you will be able to set sail aboard the SuperStar Virgo or the SuperStar Libra (...I had no idea cruise ships had such awesome names). Still, we must insist on detailing all of the fun most of us will surely miss out on while the cruises run through December 29.
According to a new licensing announcement, DC Comics will soon be teaming up with Sanrio for a new collection of merchandise featuring Hello Kitty suiting up as DC's finest, including Wonder Woman, Superman and Batman.
DVD: The original 1974 Wonder Woman TV pilot starring Cathy Lee Crosby and Superboy: The Complete Second Season are now on DVD. Reminder: Season 2 is when Superboy fights Dracula in space.
While the amalgamated Street Fighterx Sanrio characters skew more Hello Kitty than Blanka tonally, the fusion of two iconic multimedia empires is nonetheless a cute way to celebrate a quarter of a century of Capcom's flagship fighting game series. Street Fighter turned 25 this yea
A few weeks ago, we found out from Kotaku that Capcom and Sanrio were going to team up for a line of Hello Kitty/Street Fighter merchandise, and I for one haven't been able to stop thinking about it since. Sure, th
I'm not going to lie, you guys: I am a dude who loves Hello Kitty. Admittedly, that's not going to be all that shocking to anyone who's been keeping track of how many references to My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic I've been able to slip into my articles, but it's important to establish that up front so that you all understand just how excited I am about the news of the upcoming Hello Kitty/Street Fighter merchandise line. I mean, if nothing else, that brings us one step closer to Marvel vs. Capcom vs. Sanrio, which would be the greatest thing ever produced.
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