You know what I love about massively multiplayer online role-playing games? Losing myself in the fiction of a fantasy world. You know what completely ruins that feeling? The MMORPG equivalent of licensed Happy Meal toys.
A database for the Hello Kitty community sanriotown.com containing 3.3 million accounts has been discovered online in an apparent breach.
It’s official. Your school’s cafeteria sucks.
Since Hello Kitty is put on just about anything, a Hello Kitty New Nintendo 3DS was only a matter of time.
It’s August, which is not Halloween. It’s summer. But that won’t stop the marketing machine from unveiling products like this: A Child’s Play themed Hello Kitty plush toy.
This August, Hello Kitty wants you to think about peace.
Oh, the lengths we go to be beautiful—not frightening. Beautiful.
Have you been drooling over those Hello Kitty Cafe food pics from Japan? I have (and I've also been trying to come up with ways to turn all my food into cartoon characters). Well, there's good news if you can't afford a trip overseas and you happen to live in California.
Thirty-nine years ago in Japan, Hello Kitty, the global emissary of cuteness, made her public debut. She appeared on a plastic coin purse priced at 240 yen, or about 80 cents.
And, if coffee isn't your thing, you can always eat Hello Kitty food.
Oh boy, here we go again.
Earlier today, numerous websites reported that Hello Kitty is not a cat. That's not only an oversimplification, it's also not quite true. Hello Kitty is a feline—just an anthropomorphic one, Sanrio told Kotaku.
One of Japan's most famous cute characters is now orbiting the Earth. That's right, Hello Kitty has been shot into space.
The scion of all things pink and cute, Hello Kitty is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. In Taiwan, where they love all things Hello Kitty, a celebration for the silent cat's birthday turned into a more somber affair.
Recently, a Hello Kitty bus rolled up in Shanghai, China with one thing in mind: Blood.
Why wouldn't they? From vibrators to kendo gear, Hello Kitty has been slapped on just about everything.
Canadian music artist Avril Lavigne released her latest music video for her song, "Hello Kitty," and it has some people up in arms claiming it's racist. It's really not.