With the third series of The Walking Dead action figures based on AMC's live action TV show now filtering into stores and online retailers, McFarlane Toys has announced a followup fourth wave of plastic humans and zombies slated for release in the fall. On the menu this go-around are Andrea, The Governor, Carl Grimes, Riot Gear Zombie, Riot Gear Gas Mask Zom
TV: Host Kevin Hart and company lampooned The Walking Dead on this past weekend's Saturday Night Live.
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Toys: Toynami will release another wave of DC Skelanimals later this spring.
TV: Power Rangers Megaforce will officially debut on Nickelodeon on February 2, at 1 p.m.
Tech: Cregle Inc.'s iPen 2 aims
Movies: The Wolverine is officially a sequel, rather than a prequel, to the other X-Men films.
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With Marvel NOW! seeing all manner of books from the House of Ideas -- from Avengers and Iron Man through to Nova and, uh, Young Avengers -- getting relaunched, it seems as if even Marvel Zombies is getting a facelift
Video: Julie Sokolow chronicles Ed Piskor, Jim Rugg, Tom Scioli and Jasen Lex's trip to the bi-annual basement sale at New Dimension Comics.
Shopping: A permanent One Piece store has opened in Tokyo, selling more than 10,000 different licensed products based on Eiichiro Oda's manga/anime.
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The wait for Minimates based on Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard's The Walking Dead comic has been a little lengthy, but fan patience will pay off doubly this fall as Diamond Select Toys and Art Asylum will follow its September debut of TWD figures with even more goodness with a newly announced second wave in November. Among the most exciting additions in wave two is Michonne - who is set to start slaying zombies with swords on AMC's TWD series in October. Joining the p
If there was any doubt left that the horror of the living dead had been fully absorbed into mainstream pop culture, we can go ahead and put it to rest: The horror of the zombie apocalypse is now being used to sell the Hyundai Elantra.
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Using thick black lines and unexpected color combinations, South Korean artist Yong Oh Kim transforms already spectacular street scenes, landscapes and urban fashionistas into scenes from an extraterrestrial travelogue