Finally, a Star Wars Nendoroid that's nothing but cute... well, maybe she's a bit bad-ass too... They've done Vader, Boba Fett, Kylo Ren, a Stormtrooper, even a First Order Stormtrooper! And, now, in time for episode VIII, it's the IV version of Leia! Get a look after the jump.
North American manga publisher Yen Press has announced plans to release an adaptation of STAR WARS: LOST STARS today at Anime NYC. This and more after the jump.
It's no secret that Yusuke Murata, the artist on the Jump version of One-Punch Man, has an interest in American movies and comics. Without offering much in the way of context, his latest sketch post expressed this with a sketch of the young and old faces of Star Wars' Luke Skywalker. Get a look after the jump.
Japan celebrates the upcoming Last Jedi in style: with a special Kyogen performance at Byodo-in Temple! See photos from the one-of-a-kind show after the jump.
It's almost May 4th, as it "May the fourth (or Force) be with you" and Star Wars fans are getting ready to celebrate a big one, commemorating the 40th anniversary of the space opera (the original movie was released May 25, 1977. ) Japanese casual fashion brand Uniqlo is doing their part with a series of artist t-shirts, offered internationally. These got for $14.90 in America.
The Sith will be taking more revenge on Good Smile Company's Nendoroid figure line this June with a new super deformed figure of The Force Awakens bad boy Kylo Ren. This fifth Star Wars Nendoroid and second from Episode VII is on sale now. Get a look after thejump.
Bring down the Death Star with a caramel milkshake! Tokyo Disneyland has created special drinks themed to Rogue One to celebrate its release. Check out some of the delicious menu items you can get at Dreamers Lounge, including a one-day-only Pete's Dragon-themed dessert, after the jump!
The Rhythm Force Ukiyo-e Project is releasing a new set of hand-crafted, limited edition ukiyo-e prints featuring officially licensed likenesses of famous characters and vehicles from the Star Wars franchise. Hit the jump to learn more.
Japanese producer/distributor Toei is expected to announced that pretax profit likely jumped 44% to about 19 billion yen ($171 million) for the year ended March 31. Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' helped with 3.7 billion yen in Japanese box office, plus strong goods sales. Japanese companies operating theaters, including Toei, Toho and Shochiku also recorded big boosts from the blockbuster Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and to a lesser extent, Jurassic World.