All Points Bulletin: The Sexposition within Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride

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Hisui’s picks:

Narutaki’s picks:

  • New Comic Store Opening in Manhattan
    If NYC wasn’t already one of the best places to shop as a geek, it is getting yet another addition. They have staffed up and will be opening doors on the May 12th!
  • The Most Insane Gundam Cosplay
    Is of course not of a person, but of a robot. Strike Freedom blows my mind. And he seems to have a decent amount of mobility!
  • If You Can’t Get Enough of Batman You’re in Luck
    Which is pretty much all of us, right? This is the trailer for the new CG-animated series coming to Cartoon Network. There have been so many good renditions of him in animated form, it’ll be interesting to see what their show adds to the mix.
  • Mr. Toad Rides Again
    If you are familiar with the animated short Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride (or the no longer existence ride at Disney World), rejoice because he is getting a full-length feature film! Pete Candeland has signed on a director, you may be familiar with some of his work for Gorillaz. And since this was supposed to be a feature before it was cut down to a short in the past, they may already have a good idea of where to take it.
  • Totally Awesome Robot Cakes!
    There is some deliciously high-level craftsmanship going on in these. I’m partial to the K-9 one.

Speaking of One Piece, as Narutaki and I were recently discussing it, that girl from the series that no one seems to like:

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