Thanks to Viz Media, the Tokusatsu Network checked out the latest installment to Go Nagai’s Mazinger franchise.
In partnership with Fathom Events, theaters across the United States will receive a special two-night screening of the Mazinger Z: Infinity film in February.
A Los Angeles court jury ruled in favor of Tsuburaya Productions against UM Corporation noting the 1976 “Agreement” that granted licensing rights to Chaiyo Productions was deemed “not authentic”.
Christopher Ventura, better known as CeeVee, is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer based in Hawaii. His shop contains high-quality art prints, enamel pins, and vinyl stickers available for purchase. He can be followed on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. His work is also available at local conventions around Hawaii and the upcoming RangerStop convention in Orlando, […]
Author and Japanese science fiction film aficionado, Steve Ryfle, co-authors an in-depth study of Ishiro Honda, the influential director who most notably directed the original 1954 Godzilla film.
The creators behind tokusatsu parody series, Mystic Cosmic Patrol, collaborates with former Tokyopop artist, Jose Macasocol Jr., to create a chibi-style comic strip for the series.
Entertainment Weekly magazine offered a list of new streaming films and television coming to Hulu in October, including a number of Heisei- and Millennium-era films from the Godzilla franchise, as well as independent kaiju film, Colossal.
Similar to art tags and challenges, such as #Inktober in October and #KaiJuly in July, artist celebrate their love for tokusatsu with a new themed art tag for the month of September, #Tokutember.
Philippines-based charity event, TokuSpirits, is in the midst of controversy at the conclusion of its 2017 run this past weekend.
Marcelo Biott is the artist and creator behind the tokusatsu-inspired webcomic, Infracity, that centers on three heroes who battle against evil demon kings and alien armies. Reader can support Infracity, posted weekly on Thursdays and now in its fourth year, through its Patreon page (www.patreon.com/infracity) and follow the comic on Facebook. Marcelo himself can be found on Twitter […]
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