The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl is making her way to your toy shelf! Kotobukiya's Marvel Bishoujo line has added the former Great Lakes Avenger to their list, reimagining her and her friend Tippy-Toe as an adorable, highly detailed statue. Hit the jump for preorder information!
Kodansha and Marvel are teaming up to create the Magazine "Marvel" Manga Award, a new prize that challenges manga artists both amateur and professional to create original stories using the superheroes from 4 of Marvel's most popular properties: Iron Man, Captain America, Spider-Man, and Guardians of the Galaxy. Hit the jump to learn more.
Disney Tsum Tsum are cute, stuffed toys of Disney, Marvel and Star Wars characters named for Japanese verb tsumu meaning "to stack" and derrived from a tie-in to the Tsum Tsum arcade and mobile games developed by Konami and Line. A crazy Marvel Tsum Tsum! comic is now planned based on the concept. Get a look after the jump.
Japan is set to get new Marvel Comics-based Captain America: Civil War on April 29th, ahead of the US May 6th opening, and after taking part in a roster of Weekly Shonen Magazine authors paying tribute to the clash of super-heroes, Fairy Tail author Hiro Mashima is back with new Captain America versus Iron Man art. Get a look after the jump.
Good Smile Company has launched pre-orders for two upcoming, super-deformed Nendoroid figures this week. Repping AmeComi and super-hero movies is Captain America with a base that links up with Iron Man for a fight along the lines of the upcoming Civil War movie. Then, repping the Vocaloid community is a Breathe With You Co-de dressed Hatsune Miku. Get a look after the jump.
Japan is set to get new Marvel Comics-based Captain America: Civil War on April 29th, ahead of the US May 6th opening. Weekly Shonen Magazine will clear the path with its own clash of heroes in the 2016 issue 20, on sale April 13th. The protagonists of Hiro Mashima's Fairy Tail, Nakaba Suzuki's Seven Deadly Sins and Yuji Terajima's Ace of the Diamond draw Civil War inspired battle lines in a trio of visuals.
Ippudo Westside in New York at Hell's Kitchen's 321 W 51st Street, features a "secret" ramen bar behind a side door leading to its second floor. On Thursday, February 25 and Friday, February 26 at 5:00 p.m., this will be the secret base of super-hero inspired “The Avengers Interactive Ramen” More after the jump.