You know, this is kind of like doge meets the evening news.
If you’re into Attack on Titan and spending lots of money, these statues might be for you. But you’ll need more than deep pockets to buy one.
Not that they would! But the next time you step into a, say, 7-Twelve in China or a 7-Minutes in Russia, remember that you're not actually in a 7-Eleven. Got it?
This Sunday is Mother's Day in Japan. At supermarkets across the country, children can submit drawings of their moms to have tacked up in the store. The drawings are cute, simple reminders of the joys of motherhood. There's nothing sweeter than children's art. This is not children's art.
You may already know about 7-Eleven buddying up with Zynga, the maker of Farmville and Mafia Wars, for farm flavored ice cream, but are you aware that purchasing one of the convenience store's hot dogs gets you a bulletproof vest?
FarmVille looks to overrun your corner convenience store this summer, thanks to a cross promotion that'll have 7-Elevens nationwide hawking exclusive items for the casual game, plus others from the Zynga family.
A Slurpee and a used copy of Prototype? It's more likely than you think. 7-Eleven is teaming up with Game Trading Technologies, Inc. to offer a wide selection of "Great Games Below $20" at franchise locations throughout the U.S.
Starting in February
you will be able to run into any 7-Eleven store to pick up a heaping, icy cup of Kratos Fury.
Preorder MAG from 7-Eleven and receive an exclusive recruitment kit and poster on top of potentially getting the game far too early thanks to the company's sporadic acknowledgement of street dates.