Marvel Entertainment is teaming up with Tsuburaya Productions to produce the long-running, monster-slaying giant superhero “Ultraman” starting next year.
The collaboration was announced at the Tokyo Comic Con last week in Chiba Prefecture, Japan, according to Marvel.
Nerds of Color hosted “Rally for Rose” at Bayfront Park between Hall H and the Hilton outside of Comic-Con in San Diego, California on Saturday.
“Wonder Woman” star Gal Gadot just made a young girl’s day by giving her a warm welcome at a meet-and-greet event. A young fan approached the 32-year-old actress while wearing a full Wonder Woman getup.
However, once the little girl was finally in front of the actress, she starts to get overwhelmed with emotion as she begins to tear up. According to Upworthy, Gadot comforted the fan telling her “there’s no reason to cry, here we are together.”
San Diego’s Comic-Con International is bringing Western comicdom to Tokyo, Japan, however one particular cosplay subculture may not feel welcome. When the geekfest commences this December, Tokyo Comic-Con organizers are looking to impose some new rules which includes not allowing men to cosplay as female characters, among others.
From Dec. 2 to 4, Chiba’s Makuhari Messe will be hosting the inaugural Tokyo Comic-Con, which will focus mainly on American fantasy and sci-fi franchises, RocketNews24 reported.
Candace Payne, the “Chewbacca Mom” who nearly broke the internet with a video she posted of herself trying on a Chewbacca mask, is reportedly making good money from her newfound fame.
In the recently concluded Fan Expo Dallas 2016, Payne had her own booth next to “Game of Thrones” actor Jack Gleeson (King Joffrey) where fans could pose for selfies with her and purchase her autograph for $20. She also got to meet the Peter Mayhew, the actor who plays Chewbacca in the Star Wars films, for the first time during the event.