(1) Giant Robot In Japan... Really: A life-size Gundam robot (about 60ft tall) has been erected in Tokyo to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Mobile Suit Gundam anime.
(2) Cthulhu Britannia: Cubicle 7, the Doctor Who RPG people, are to publish a Call Of Cthulhu supplement of adventures set in Britain.
(3) Torchwood To Get Who Treatment In Cardiff: The designers of The Doctor Who Up Close exhibition in Cardiff want to build a Torchwood-themed display in the same region.
(4) Choose Wisely, Young Padawan: A series of "choose your own adventure" books are being published for Star Wars: The Clone Wars, featuring an online element of play as an added bonus.
(5) Free RPG Day: Don't forget Saturday, June 20 is free RPG Day (at participating stores).
(6) Carpe DM: Published under license by Alephtar Game, Chaosium has just released a 220-page sourcebook for its Basic Roleplaying System detailing Ancient Rome as a game setting, during during its Monarchy and Republic periods.
(7) Dunst Back For Spidey 4 Says Producer: Producer Todd Black says Kirsten Dunst will return in Spider-Man 4, which is due for release in May, 2011.
(8) Yoggie Takes The Prize: Lovecraftian Tales From The Table, the Yog-Sothoth.com 10th anniversary DVD, won the "Best Roleplaying Game Product" category at the recent UK Games Expo awards.
(9) Judge This: Mongoose releases its first preview of the forthcoming Judge Dredd rules for Traveller. Looks very pretty, but still not sure it's worth £30.
(10) Vamping It Up: The first Vampire Con will be held in Hollywood, California, this August.
(11) Pirates 4 On The Horizon: Jerry Bruckheimer says Pirates Of The Caribbean 4 is a priority for Disney and a script is in the works.
(12) Movement On Mars: A live-action version of John Carter Of Mars draws ever closer, with production said to begin in November.
(13) King Of The Remakes To Tackle Conan: Marcus Nispel, who directed the remakes of Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Friday The 13th, has signed on to helm the remake of Conan The Barbarian.
(14) Whedon Not On The New Buffy: Joss Whedon doesn't want anything to do with the planned remake of Buffy The Vampire Slayer - despite the producers approaching his agent "after the news broke".
(15) ITV Axes Primeval: Money issues lead to the end of one of ITV's few decent shows, Primeval, leaving the storyline hanging in the air...