The Japanese clothing brand has introduced a collection of hoodies and graphic T-shirts featuring Osamu Tezuka's beloved creation.
In "Icons Unmasked," illustrator Alex Solis examines what lurks beneath the surface of famous characters.
Challenging herself to create a painting a day, Clementine Campardou certainly succeeded, producing more than 500 pieces -- mostly beautiful watercolors -- many of which are of superheroes.
Costing about $1,610, plus monthly insurance and data fees, Pepper can recognize and respond to human emotions, and can even display some of its own.
We now have our first look at the 26-episode television revival of Osamu Tezuka's beloved boy robot.
Tomorrow sees the release of Season Of The Witch, merely the latest in an increasingly-long line of random Nic Cage movies of surprisingly low quality (See also Ghost Rider, The Sorcerer's Apprentice, either of the National Treasure movies, and so on, and so on). Considering that we've seen proof that Cage is actually better than these movies, it's worth asking: Why does he keep doing this to himself?