Between Nickelodeon's new Voltron Force animated series and Netflix streaming much of the original show, fans are feasting on some Robeast-slaying action of late. Dynamite Entertainment's been waiting to join the party for awhile, but has finally debuted four pieces of promo art from December's
Street Art: San Francisco street artists Keb, Wand, and Buter make The Super Hero Squad Show-style versions of Marvel and DC characters have a ball on a wall.
Movies: A Voltron live action movie is moving forward from Relativity Media and Atlas Entertainment.
Toys: Bandai's announced the "Gunpla Builders World Cup 201
Movies: The very purple Abin Sur gets his own Green Lantern movie poster. Spoiler warning: I don't think he's going to make it.
Charity: G-Man creator Chris Giarrusso is drawing free sketches for fans who donate at least $25 to the American Liver Association's current fund-raiser. See his site for full details..
Sales: NBM's got a
Premiering June 16 is Voltron Force, the new animated series based on the 1980s classic Voltron: Defender of the Universe cartoon. In support of the show, Nicktoons has launched a new website loaded with imagery and information about Voltron Force, including the show's theme song by Swizz Beatz. You can check out that material after the jump.While images
World Events Productions has revealed via Facebook some images from the forthcoming Nicktoons animated series, Voltron Force. Based on the 1980s classic Voltron: Defender of the Universe about a team of heroes who drive lion-inspired spaceships that combine to form a giant robot, the new series is just