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Unrecorded Siege, the strategy boardgame set during the Hundred Years War, made by local developers Net:D Studio has launched its crowd-funding campaign on Kickstarter.
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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.
Most people will have seen at least one Tom and Jerry cartoon in their life, so news of an animated feature, Tom & Jerry Spy Quest, was always going to be pretty exciting.
School life gets a little supernatural in the new anime Kyoukai no Rinne.
Epic battles, daring escapes, and clashing swords are staples in this story of honour, valour, death and betrayal. In Arslan Senki, a Prince and a few loyal subjects fight to rid their country of a group of zealots.
The new romcom anime Ore Monogatari!! (My Love Story!!) has quickly become one of Otaku Zone's favourite shows to watch each week.
The Dark Knight gets a little help from his friends when cunning criminal mastermind the Penguin puts together an animal-themed super-villain squad composed of Silverback, Cheetah, Killer Croc and Man-Bat.
Watch how she glows! The holographic Inori lights up the stage
Kitec's Star Hall was packed with young people buzzing with excitement. Almost all were armed with glow sticks, and several came in cosplay. The lights dimmed, music started, and everyone screamed at the top of their lungs to welcome ... a hologram.
One of Japan's most acclaimed directors, Hirokazu Koreeda, is at the Cannes Film Festival to present a manga adaptation he feared might be stolen by another filmmaker.