Tuesday, June 6th, 2017
Variety has recently reported that a live-action TV series adaptation of the Cowboy Bebop anime is currently in development. The series will be produced by Tomorrow Studios, a joint team consisted of ITV Studios and Marty Adelstein. Sunrise will be working as the executive production team for the project. The series will also be produced by Midnight Radio (Josh Appelbaum, Andre Nemec, Jeff Pikner, Scott Rosenberg) , Marty Adelstein, Beck Clements, and Matthew Weinberg. The main writer for the series will be Chris Yost. Variety provided a synopsis for the original series. “Cowboy Bebop,” which takes place in 2071Read More
Hasbro has recently revealed their first Transformers exclusive for San Diego Comic Con 2017. The first Transformers exclusive revealed is a special version of Voyager Class Optimus Prime. The figure will feature a premium paint scheme include a piece of the actual truck tire used in film along a certificate of authenticity from Western Star. The figure will be sold exclusively at SDCC 2017 and later on Hasbrotoyshop priced at $49.99.
Earlier this morning, Nintendo streamed a Nintendo Pokémon Direct on their official Youtube channel. The recent direct revealed a few titles that they will be releasing in the near future. The first revealed game is the Nintendo Switch version of Pokkén Tournament. This version of the game will be called Pokkén Tournament DX and will include the bonus fighters from the arcade version as well as a brand new character, Decidueye. Another update to the game is that players will be able to play 3 on 3 matches. Pokkén Tournament DX will be released on September 22. Next, new versionsRead More
I really dig how the Kyulette is being used not just as a way to split the team up into a manageable group for story purposes, but also in the way its randomness provides a starting point for stories. Like with Lucky’s unlucky streak, this week sees Garu having an ungaru (?) streak after constantly missing out on making the away team. The Kyulette could have so easily been a lazy plot device used to make writing episodes easier by creating teams with less members to deal with, but insteadRead More