Shonen Jump publisher Shueisha's annual convention, Jump Festa, features everything Jump-related from manga, anime, video games, card games, stage events, and of course, merchandise.
Every year, Japanese publisher, Shueisha, hosts Jump Festa – a convention celebrating its most popular publication, Shonen Jump as a thank you to fans and to give people a little taste of things to come in terms of games, anime, and other assorted media. Also on display (and for sale) are some pretty awesome toys and…
Artist Kari Fry has put together this exquisite Pokémon book that acts as a field guide to the region of Kanto. It's exactly the kind of thing you'd buy if Pokémon was real. Or realise it's not, and just want a copy anyway.
ThinkGeek is selling this...thing, which it calls "Elder Scrolls Norse Beard". It's a knitted beard and helmet combo, meaning it'll cover just about your entire head.
This past weekend at Tales of Festival 2013, Bandai-Namco displayed an impressive amount of merchandise. Some of it was sold at the event or in stores, other items were prototype items for merchandise scheduled to be released in the coming year.
Jump Festa, Shonen Jump's own convention, is a mix of manga, anime, video games, and card games. There are various events, art galleries, game booths, card tournaments, Jump-themed food stalls, and endless amounts of stage shows. But no matter where you look, there is one thing that permeates the entire show floor: an…
Starting Monday, BioWare's online store will be selling this limited edition snowboard. Doesn't matter if you live near snow or not. The fact the board features FemShep, and not ManShep, is pretty great.
Take a look at the image above from retailer Thinkgeek, and consider the company's love of joking around, and you'd think it's a hoax. Especially when you look at its $30,000 price tag.
Toy company NECA, who recently released an official replica Portal gun, is letting people kick their Aperture fantasies up a notch with an entire licensed outfit.
In recognition of just how damn great they were, BioWare and EA have struck a deal that's transformed Indonesian artist machine56's Mass Effect t-shirt designs into actual, official merchandise.
Ladies, fighting the minions of hell can be hard work. Hard and cold work. And that kind of work can be hell on your knees. So keep them safe with these Diablo III socks.
Portal's Aperture Science got its start in 1953 producing shower curtains for the US Army. So it's poignant that in 2011 the company goes back to its roots, and produces shower curtains for...your bathroom.
Hong Kong collectible company Hot Toys has once again hit it out of the park with this meticulously-detailed figure of Jeff Bridges as he appeared in the first Iron Man flick.
Early next year, Street Fighter fans will be able to get their hands on this 18" Chun-Li statue. The pros are that it looks realistic. The cons? That pose. That pose.
There aren't any official Legend of Zelda action figures. Haven't been for a very, very long time. Going by the quality of this custom piece, maybe it's time for that to change.
Swedish feet-glove purveyors Happy Socks have teamed up with Minecraft developers Mojang to offer a range of...socks based on the hit world-building game. And as lame as that sounds, they're actually pretty damn cool.
While Valve sells its own collection of Portal 2 merchandise, nerd internet store Think Geek is doing its own bit for science, first with testing gel and now with these classy posters based on the hit first-person puzzler.
What really set Portal 2 apart from the first game was its clever use of gels, each providing new ways to zip around a level (and occasionally stump the player). And now you can own some of your very own.
How much do you love Assassin's Creed's Ezio Auditore da Firenze? Enough to spend $600 on a statue of the smooth-talking killer?
Fancy Swiss watchmaker Romain Jerome has teamed up with Taito to create these Space Invaders watches that go a little above and beyond your average video game merchandising deal.