Next year's Pokemon movie features a new look for Ash. Fans say the design looks kawaii or "cute" and are having fun churning out tweaked versions.
When the Alita: Battle Angel trailer hit last Saturday, it was impossible not to notice the character Alita's anime-style eyes.
The Vindicators - featured in an episode of Rick and Morty this season - are kind of like if all the Guardians of the Galaxy were emotionally-stunted, alcoholic sex fiends who became a superhero team because they had nothing better to do with their time. While there's a very good chance they will be coming back to the show eventually, the squad's about to get its own comic book courtesy of Oni Press.
Even though the news cycle has moved on and shifted the focus away from Puerto Rico, the island is still struggling to recover from hurricanes Irma and Maria that ravaged the island, killed hundreds, and left over a million people without power. Though many have forgotten Puerto Rico, Lion Forge hasn't.
It's hard to believe that it's been just five months since Marvel and Comixology first launched their digital series partnership with a revival of Iron Fists. Since then, a Thor/Hulk team-up and another Black Panther spinoff have joined the lineup - and a fourth series is on the way in the form of an Avengers throwback.
Over the years Ash's appearance has changed. In next year's Pokemon anime movie, the eternal 10-year-old will once again look different.
The first Ready Player One preview had a load of cameos and pop culture references, so it's no surprise that the latest one does, too.