Arcade Sushi editor-in-chief Luke Brown is an experienced video game journalist who has contributed to Official Xbox Magazine and Games Radar. As ComicsAlliance's senior editor, he spends most of his time dishing on the latest action figures, collectibles, and gaming trends.
‘Dancing With The Stars’ Casts Nick + Vanessa Lachey, Debbie Gibson + More
ABC's smash hit reality show Dancing With The Stars is about to enter its 25th season, and the full cast and their partners have just been announced.
‘It’ Promotion Terrifies Small Town Cops Ill-Equipped To Handle Killer Clowns
Turns out little kids aren't the only ones scared of red balloons floating above sewer grates.
Trump Twists Taylor’s Latest Single + Angelina Taking Some Time Off: Pop Bits
Plus, Lauren Jauregui lets loose on the White House...again.
Harry Potter’s ’19 Years Later’ Tweets are a Cruciatus Curse to the Heart
If there's one thing social media can't handle, it's anniversaries in the Harry Potter Universe — today is a particularly special one.
Drew Barrymore’s Female Horror Anthology + ‘True Detective’ Season 3: Pop Bits
'True Detective' gets a third season, and Drew Barrymore readies her scream for a new horror anthology.
First Ever ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Figures Coming From Funko
The love for Mad Max: Fury Road runs deep, and fans have celebrated the recent sequel with fantastic cosplay and art since the movie arrived in theaters two years ago. However, one way wastelanders haven't been able to show their appreciation is with displaying action figures or collectibles of the Fury Road's iconic characters in their homes. Until now, George Miller and Warner Bros. hadn't opted to offer the licensing rights to anyone. Somehow though, Funko was able to work its magic and will be the first company to bring Furiosa, the Doof Warrior, and Max Rockatanksy to life as toys.
LEGO Opens Up Force Friday With New ‘The Last Jedi’ Sets
Tonight at midnight, Star Wars fans around the globe will have the first opportunity to purchase all new toys and collectibles based on The Last Jedi during Force Friday II. The new retail tradition for Lucasfilm and Disney debuted in September 2015, and this year’s event promises to be even more of a spectacle given two years of additional build-up and hype for The Last Jedi. Partners like Funko and Hasbro will have their fair shares, but it’s LEGO’s offerings, including a massive BB-8, that have us lamenting looking at our bank accounts tomorrow morning the most.
Issa Rae’s ‘Gossip Girl’ + Kendall Jenner Ditches Victoria’s Secret: Pop Bits
Plus, Gwyneth admits she messed up with Brad.
Fresh Prince’s Fresh Track + ‘Cash Me Ousside’ Targets Willow Smith: Pop Bits
Plus, you can live on Johnny Depp's ranch farm!!!
Natalie Imbruglia’s ‘Torn’ Is a Cover And The Internet Just Had Its Illusion Changed
Looks like the world has come back around to realize the 'Torn' they know isn't the first.