There's a lot of cool swag set to debut exclusively at San Diego Comic-Con in July -- and we've been taking a look at quite a few of them of late -- but as the launch of the official SDCC 2013 exclusives portal has revealed, only one cosplay offering can adorn you in Akira Toriyama's 1989 precursor to Google Glass. At booth 140, Bluefin Distribution will be selling friggin' Dragon Ball Z scouters.
Like a lot of longtime Superman fans, I found myself experiencing my share of cognitive and emotional dissonance watching the new Man of Steel movie. One thing was clear, however: Faora was totally dope! The Kryptonian killing machine has her own unique history in DC Comics lore, but the movie version especially resonated with me because she's essentially the closest thing Dragon Ball Z fans may ever see to a live action Vegeta (the less we all entertain the idea of a sequel to Dragonball: Evolution, the better). Indulge in a comparison chart detailing some key similarities and differences between the two proud/psychotic alien warriors with us after the cut, but beware of mild spoilers if you haven't seen MoS just yet.
Furnishings: You can't actually buy one, but Charles Lushear's Batman emblem workbench seems like a solid way to decorate your inner sanctum.
Theme Parks: Disneyland will open an "Iron Man Tech Presented by Stark Industries" display on April 13, which will feature Stark's Hall of Armor, and a Mark 42 Iron Man armor simulator...
Movies: In the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly, Executive producer Avi Arad says that The Amazing Spider-Man isn't necessarily a cinematic reboot. Zuh, fwah?! It's totally a reboot, though.
Software: If you were seeking some of the functionality of Poser Pro 3-D modeling software, but couldn't get past its $500 price tag, at $50 with some of the same mojo the new Poser Debut may be for you..