1 Fantastic Beasts Update
An up-to-date edition of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them comes out this month. Proceeds from the book, which features six additional creatures and a new foreword by Newt Scamander, will benefit a couple of children’s charities. Fantastic!
2 HK Project
A vgame where you play as a cat? Aw, yeah! “HK Project” is still in its early stages, but the game devs (composed of “two humans and two cats”) say it’s a third-person solo adventure game set in a dystopian city. Sounds purrf!
3 Steven universe pint size heroes
(Pop! figs x Dorbz) + a shrink gun = Funko’s Pint Size Heroes! The Steven Universe gang is the latest to get the Pint Size treatment. Save up and harvest these blind-bag gems!
4 Saiyuki Reload Blast Anime
What better way to kickstart Saiyuki’s 20th Anniversary than by releasing an anime adaptation of Saiyuki Reload Blast? The upcoming show features a bunch of returning voice actors from previous Saiyuki anime. Schweet!
5 The Lightning Thief Musical
A musical adaptation of Rick Riordan’s popular novel gets an Off-Broadway run. We love the idea of Percy Jackson belting out tunes while fighting monsters and looking for Zeus’ lightning bolt! LOL!
6 Star Wars: Force Arena
Build your dream team of Sith Lords or Rebels and Jedi in this fresh mobile game. Choose from an amazeballs character roster and battle other gamers in real-time PvP matches.
7 Xbox Inflatable
Xbox Australia unveiled the Xbox Inflatable in time for Australia Day last January 26. The limited edition Xbox One S controller floatie isn’t compatible with any Xbox console, but it works great in the pool or ocean!
8 Disney SuperCute Plushies
Funko’s latest collectibles are kinda like eight-inch-tall stuffed-toy versions of some of your fave Disney Pop! figs. You’ll so wanna hug the stuffing outta them, trust!
9 Neko Atsume Movie Trailer
The cat-collecting app’s live-action trailer is a kawaii overload with all those RL kitties roaming about! The Neko Atsume meow-vie premieres next month in Japan.
10 Lucas Museum
George Lucas will put up a Museum of Narrative Art in Los Angeles, California. He’ll reportedly spend US$1 billion (PHP50 billion) on the museum, which will showcase his personal art collection and tons of Star Wars ephemera.