Daily coverage of the pop culture products industry, including toys (action figures, models and statues), anime (anime, manga, and Japanese imports), games (collectible card and roleplaying games or ccgs and rpgs), comics (comics and graphic novels), and movie and TV (licensed) merchandise. We feature business news, and in-depth analysis for retailers, publishers, manufacturers, distributors. Trade properties we cover include Star Wars, Star Trek, X-Men, Gundam Wing, Dragonball Z, Pokemon, Akira, Lone Wolf and Cub, Magic the Gathering, Dungeons and Dragons, Mage Knight, Superman, Spider-man, JLA, Batman, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, J.R.R. Tolkien, Sailor Moon, Sandman, Harry Potter. Genres we cover include fantasy, science fiction, horror.
Alan Rickman, the British star of film, stage and television, has died aged 69. His features and deep, drawling voice were instantly recognisable to audiences all over the world, He was a leading man in films such as Truly, Madly, Deeply, starring opposite Juliet Stevenson; portrayed Hans Gruber - Bruce Willis' adversary in Die Hard - a part which was offered to him just two days after he arrived, aged 41, in Los Angeles.
Although the character’s identity is still a mystery, with production on the 2017 blockbuster set to begin early next year, casting has begun on finding the actor to play the dad. Now it appears that Marvel may have found their ideal candidate.
Henry Cavill’s Clark Kent has his own way of making sure no finds out he’s Superman in the DC Extended Universe, and in his opinion, it’s a better approach than what Christopher Reeves’ Clark did in the original Superman...
Recently we got a glimpse of Grant Gustin on set of the Flash as an alternative Barry Allen from the universe Earth 2, now set photos have made there way online showing off Caitlin Snow front he same universe.
3D printing has been one of Hollywood’s prop making secrets for a few years now, and the technology has been heavily deployed in everything from The Lord of the Rings: The Hobbit trilogy to Iron Man and all of the subsequent Marvel...
With the highly-anticipated Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice film nearly three months away from its silver screen debut, Hong Kong-based collectible figurine manufacturer Hot Toys unveils its latest...
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