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Chris Lie remembers the exact moment his career took off. He was a lowly unpaid intern in 2004. But that all changed when his boss asked if he would like to submit a proposal to Hasbro for G.I. Joe.
Taking manga from paper to the big screen is no easy task, and the live-action version of Bakuman proves that.
Let's talk Batgirl, the spunky teenaged crime-fighter who is, in reality, Barbara Gordon, the daughter of police Commissioner Gordon.
What happens when Scooby-doo and the gang meets the legendary rock band Kiss? Why, you get a rocking new mystery of course!
Back in May, Otaku Zone reviewed the animated movie Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts, and found it to be disappointing and soulless. A sequel has been made, offering the filmmakers a chance to redeem themselves.
Otaku Zone rarely reports on anything related to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) because some people say it's all fake. But it's real I tell you, it's real!
The DC animated universe heads to an alternate universe where Superman is no boy scout, Wonder Woman is not an Amazon, and Batman is a little more blood thirsty (literally).
Nearly 20 years ago, Tim Burton was set to shoot a new Superman movie with Nicolas Cage as Superman. Unfortunately, the studio pulled the plug just before shooting.
Next weekend is the annual otaku "mega" event ACGHK 2015! Otherwise known as a five-day-long celebration of all things animated, comic book, and gaming related, that will be taking place at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre from Friday July 24 to Tuesday July 28.
The near-invincible Gold Saints from the anime/manga series Saint Seiya are back from the dead, in a new, original web series called Saint Seiya: Soul of Gold.