Month: May 2018

Anime and games-themed fashion brand SuperGroupies has opened preorders for three fashionable new items based on the hit series Attack on Titan: a lingerie set, a wristwatch and an umbrella! Female members of the Scout Regiment probably don’t have requirements for their underwear, but if they did, it might have looked something like this! Available
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The first clip from the upcoming action movie Hotel Artemis provides an introduction of sorts for two of its main characters, played by Dave Bautista and Jodie Foster. In the new clip, Foster’s mysterious Nurse runs the titular criminal hospital while maintaining a strict members-only policy. When Kenneth Choi (Spider-Man: Homecoming) finds his character denied
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It’s been nearly four years since The LEGO Movie wowed audiences worldwide, and inspired a pair of spinoffs, The LEGO Ninjago Movie and The LEGO Batman Movie. But in that time, we’ve learned very little about its delayed sequel — that is, until today. Warner Bros. has revealed the title and logo for the imaginatively
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Kelley Jones illustrated some of the most celebrated and recognizable Batman images of the 1990s, including the “Batman & Dracula trilogy” which started with 1991’s Red Rain, and much of the covers for the pivotal “Knightfall” storyline. Now the artist is set to make a major return to the Dark Knight with the Batman: Kings
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This year’s summer edition of Wonder Festival, the world’s biggest figure festival, is set for Jul. 29! As always, it will be held at Makuhari Messe in Chiba. After recording 54,796 visitors at Wonder Festival 2018[Winter], the event is aiming for 56,000 visitors this time around. Fans will be able to gain a glimpse of
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Ontario’s Comic Con Revolution awarded celebrated comics creator Stan Sakai the first-ever Joe Kubert Distinguished Storyteller Award. The award honors Sakai’s 30-plus-year contribution to the comic book medium, for which he is most famous for creating the character Usagi Yojimbo. Sakai started out in comics in the early-’80s as a letterer, contributing to several independent
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As fans wait for Season 2 of Star Trek: Discovery, actor Soniqua Martin-Green teases the arrival of Michael Burnham’s adoptive brother, Spock, when the show returns. The first season of CBS’ show blurred the line between old and new with a cliffhanger finale that revealed Captain Pike and the crew of the Enterprise in an
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If ever we needed further confirmation that Tom Holland’s take on Peter Parker/Spider-Man was pitch-perfect, well we now can add a full endorsement from the web-slinger’s creator. On Twitter, Stan Lee has revealed that the young actor’s portrayal of the character is exactly what he had in mind when he first created Spider-Man in 1962. “I
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Even though longtime DC Comics villain Lex Luthor is currently working alongside the Justice League in the pages of current miniseries Justice League: No Justice, Luthor won’t be working with the superheroes for long. In an exclusive interview with CBR, No Justice co-writer and upcoming Justice League scribe Scott Snyder reveals that Luthor eventually betrays the
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This coming August, DC Comics’ Suicide Squad and Aquaman titles are slated for a two-issue crossover titled “Sink Atlantis.” The two-issue storyline, co-written by Rob Williams and Dan Abnett, and drawn by Jose Luis and Vincente Cifuentes, centers on the Suicide Squad’s latest mission to — you guessed it — Atlantis. While there, the team discovers something that Amanda
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When Mech Cadet Yu launched last year from writer Greg Pak and artist Takeshi Miyazawa, the duo spoke about their previous collaborations — like creating Amadeus Cho — and their childhood love of giant robot stories. In the span of just a few issues, the book showed itself to be a complex and thoughtful look
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A new ThunderCats animated series is heading to Cartoon Network in 2019. A new behind-the-scenes video for ThunderCats Roar discusses the origin of the series, along with the debut of the show’s new intro. The video begins with ThunderCats’ animated leader, Lion-O, introducing the series, while helping to answer the question of what exactly a ThunderCat is. RELATED:
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DreamWorks Animation Television and Netflix have unveiled the first poster for their animated reboot She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, accompanied by an announcement of the voice cast. Aimee Carrero (Elena of Avalor) stars as Princess Adora and her titular alter ego. She’s joined by Karen Fukuhara (Suicide Squad) as Glimmer, AJ Michalka (The Goldbergs)
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Cartoon Network and Warner Bros. Animation are reviving the ThunderCats for a new animated series, titled ThunderCats Roar. The series will reimage Lion-O and the rest of the ThunderCats in a new, kid-friendly animation style with a dose of comedy tossed in. “I think the world that they built lends itself really well to comedy because of how silly
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After two seasons, the Netflix original series Sense8 is coming to an end. The streaming service has released a trailer for the upcoming two-hour special that will wrap up the Emmy Award-nominated sci-fi drama. The first look at the finale shows the Sensates banding together one last time to fight the BPO and protect the
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This June, Takei Hiroyuki’s hit manga Shaman King will celebrate its 20th anniversary with the serialization of a new series in Shounen Magazine Edge! Titled Shaman King The Super Star, the new series will begin serialization with the June edition of the manga, which is scheduled to hit shelves on Jun. 17. While specific details
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