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Link Ink: A Questionable Wonder Twins Movie Poster, Alan Moore’s 60th And S.H.I.E.L.D.’s Ratings Drop

Movies: A strange photo of a poster, reportedly directly from DC, is floating around the Web. It seems to tease a Mila Kunis/Ashton Kutcher Wonder Twins film. More likely, it’s a gag from the new Entourage movie. [ScreenCrush]

Manga: Evangelion designer Yoshiyuki Sadamoto drew an Akira cover for the latest issue of Anime Busience magazine to honor the 25th anniversary of the film version. [AnimeNewsNetwork]

TV: Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has taken a pretty severe dip in the ratings since it premiered, down 44 percent from the pilot. [ICv2]

Creators: To celebrate Alan Moore’s 60th birthday Monday, digital comics distributor Sequential is offering a free download of Gary Millidge’s 2003 bio-comic, Alan Moore: An Extraordinary Gentleman. [Robot6]

Tokusatsu: The teaser trailer for the new Kamen Rider The Fateful Sengoku Movie Battle film has a lot of explosions. [Crunchyroll]

Toys: LEGO has unveiled its 2014 line of DC Comics Super Heroes sets, and in one of them the Riddler has a racecar. [The Brick Fan]

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