Megumi Ogata has truly been at the front of the battlefield as a voice actress, known for her roles in works like Yu Yu Hakusho, Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S, Neon Genesis Evangelion, and recently the Danganronpa series. Now, she’s celebrating her 25 years in the industry with a commemorative album that’s being produced through
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Former Iron Fist showrunner Scott Buck sat down with the press at Comic-Con International this weekend to discuss his new Marvel Televisions show: Inhumans. Joined by Ellen Woglom, who plays Louise, a scientist who gets swept up into the world of the Inhumans and the Royal Family, Buck laid out how his latest series kicks
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Mashima Hiro’s fantasy manga Fairy Tail‘s finally came to an end in this week’s edition of Weekly Shonen Jump – but that’s not the last we’ll be seeing of Natsu and the guild! The final season of Fairy Tail will air in 2018, having been serialized for 11 amazing years. In 2009 and 2014, the
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Everyone has their favorite crushes in just about every anime, but it takes more than a great face to make true marriage material. Will they bring you soup when you’re sick? Surprise you with DVDs of your favorite anime? With that in mind, it’s time for a poll: who would make the best husband in
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Marriage can definitely be a difficult venture. They say that couples should have good luck if they choose June for a wedding, but surely it’s mostly about picking a great partner, right? A recent poll covered the ten best male anime characters to marry, but it’s only fair that we find out who the top
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Lionsgate is looking to build off of the popularity of their John Wick franchise. The studio just won a bidding war for a female-centric spec action script titled Ballerina, which will serve as a platform for a spinoff film. While details are scarce regarding Ballerina, The Hollywood Reporter describes the film as “being in the
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After gaining infamy from their aggressive removal of a passenger from a flight earlier this year, United Airlines prevented passengers leaving Comic-Con International in San Diego from carrying comic books in their checked baggage. According to The Verge, passengers were shocked to find a notice posted by United Airlines informing them that they couldn’t keep
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Before they get to fixing the timestream, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow are going to have another big problem on their hands: dinosaurs. On Twitter, executive producer Marc Guggenheim revealed new storyboard art from the very first episode of Season 3 that finds the team — and the audience — staring down a T-rex. Storyboard for
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Avengers: Infinity War will feature a multitude of heroes, but Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel will not be among them. At Comic-Con International in San Diego, director Joe Russo revealed to ComicBook.com that Carol Danvers will not make her Marvel Cinematic Universe debut in the third Avengers film. “She’s not in Avengers 3,” Russo said. RELATED:
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It’s the variant cover that had to happen: Shirtless Bear-Fighter meets Burt Reynolds’ 1972 Cosmopolitan centerfold. It’s reality, and CBR has the first look at artist Andrew C. Robinson’s illustration for the wraparound retailer incentive “nude beariant” — or in this case, “Burt Beariant” — for Shirtless Bear-Fighter #3. RELATED: Shirtless Bear-Fighter Creators Want Readers
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An annual tradition for Comic-Con International in San Diego, the “Women of Marvel” panel was designed to give a community and platform for the women working under the Marvel umbrella — from comic creators to producers, to digital content hosts. The panel included moderator Judy Stephens, who introduced Sana Amanat, Lorraine Cink, Margaret Stohl, Rainbow
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WARNING: This article contains potential spoilers for Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok, arriving Nov. 3. The new trailer for Thor: Ragnarok was packed with plenty of surprises for Marvel fans, but the biggest — literally — came in the final seconds with the fiery visage of Surtur. Although we already knew the longtime Thor villain played a
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It’s been less than a week since comic book artist Todd McFarlane announced he will write and direct an R-rated movie based on one of his most famous creations: Spawn. In the wake of Comic-Con International in San Diego, the soon-to-be director opened up about the project and some of his influences. According to an
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Things aren’t going well for David Harbour’s Stranger Things alter-ego, Police Chief Jim Hopper. Speaking with MTV News, Harbour talked about his breakout role in Netflix’s supernatural smash hit and how things might be heading downhill for the Chief of Police. The first season’s journey was a taxing one, after all, sending the alcoholic cop
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Marvel’s Spider-Man is just weeks away from swinging onto television. The upcoming animated series, which stars a new voice cast and set of characters, will offer a much different take on Peter Parker than Disney XD’s previous Spidey show Ultimate Spider-Man. Marvel’s Cort Lane (Senior Vice-President, Animation & Family Entertainment), Head of Marvel Animation Eric
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The upcoming six-issue crossover series, Harley & Ivy Meet Betty & Veronica promises to bring the best of both Gotham and Riverdale’s most infamous dysfunctional duos together for the first time — and the moment couldn’t be more opportune. With the hit CW live action TV series Riverdale confirmed for a second season, and Harley
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DC Comics’ entire Rebirth event hinges upon the Watchmen — specifically Doctor Manhattan — becoming aware of and meddling with the DC Universe. It was revealed in the pages of last summer’s DC Universe: Rebirth one-shot that Manhattan has been rewriting history, erasing heroes and just generally crafting a version of the DCU that is
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Legendary Entertainment may have been promoting its Kong: Skull Island outdoor activation at Comic-Con International in San Diego, but the company’s burgeoning MonsterVerse left its mark with a tweet from the fictional Monarch organization hinting at the arrival of Mothra. RELATED: Godzilla: King of the Monsters Director Teases Film’s Beastly Roster A “classified” image from
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There was a lot to love about the first season of Riverdale, from the twisted mystery of who murdered Jason Blossom, to the sparks flying between Betty and Jughead, to jaw-dropping fashions of the ever-classy Veronica, and the broach-brandishing Cheryl. But an early fan-favorite character was Kevin Keller, the openly gay best bud of Betty
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Popular smartphone game Cocktail Prince has broken the 150,000 registrations threshold but they aren’t just going to celebrate by kicking back with a drink – they’ve announced a special campaign to help see them through to 200,000! As a special thank you for helping to break 150,000 users, Cocktail Prince is giving away 2000 yen
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Fans at Comic-Con International in San Diego bid farewell to showrunner Steven Moffat today, as well as Twelfth Doctor Peter Capaldi, companion Pearl Mackie and Master Michelle Gomez. Mark Gatiss also joined the panel, which was hosted in Hall H as part of BBC America’s presentation. Moderator Chris Hardwick opened up the panel by showing
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When Warner Bros. took to the Hall H stage on Saturday, it was expected that they would treat fans to some footage from Aquaman, which officially entered production back in May. Given DC’s historical willingness to share footage online shortly thereafter panels, it was presumed the footage wouldn’t exactly be exclusive to Comic-Con International. However,
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At Marvel Comics’ Cup o’ Joe panel during Comic Con International in San Diego, a lot of news and upcoming announcements were discussed surrounding Marvel Legacy, but one interesting tidbit that slipped by just before the panel handed over to fan questions was that Miles Morales would be taking on a new incarnation of The
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