that will probably never see the light of day in the US.
An online version of the action Sgt. Frog game.
Info from canned dogs.
Sailor Moon for the Wii
YesAsia has an entry for a japanese release of a game called Sailor Moon, from Namco Bandai Games. Working title though it may be, this certainly brings exciting possibilities to light for fans of the series - and the page gives a release date of December 31, 2007, which looks suspiciously like a placeholder. Unfortunately this remains a rumor until we can confirm that it really exists, which may take a bit of time.
Hit the link above to read the rest of the article. It mentions a 2D side scroller called Sailor Moon Plus.
info from Insert Credit
Sailor Moon Plus site
This is VERY relevant to my interests.
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Please note: if you have not read Civil War: The Initiave, then this is a big old spoiler. You have been warned.
Either squint to read the text, highlight it with your mouse or click the image for the info.
While Marvel characters never stay dead, they at least pretend they are dead for a while. In just a couple weeks after his 'death', Ms. Marvel tells Spider Woman that Cap is not, in fact, dead, but he's
MM: "tucked away safe on the raft. No one knows. No one. They're trying to save his life as we speak"
SW: How is he not dead?
MM: What am I? A super soldier serum expert? He's not dead!
Later on in the page, Spider Woman says the whole situation "is bull". I agree, dear. Now, Carol could be lying, but Iron Man chews her out a few pages later for talking about it.
By the way, unless you absolutely MUST own all Marvel One shots, skip this book. It's mainly an advertisement for relaunching of the Avengers, Alpha Flight (now Omega Flight), and the Thunderbolts.
In other assorted obvious news, Tony Stark is an asshat.