Webcomics: Batman's highly-suggestive inner 12-year-old comes out in a (NSFW-ish?) humor strip by Carolyn Main. [Twitter]

Creators: Deviant Art's relationship with inkers continues to spark conversation. [First Comics News]

Contests: Voting has opened for Dark Horse's "I Love Comics" photo contest. Which finalist will you pick? [Dark Horse]

Websites: The newly-launched "What If Kirby" explores the legendary creator's works with images we could all stand to see again or for the very first time. [The Beat]

Television: Aquaman will reportedly return to "Smallville" for the final season's ninth episode, although his role in the episode's plot is unspecified. [Spinoff]

Art: Jeremy Bastian draws a mean (and huge) "Little Nemo" poster. [Boing Boing]

Hollywood: For a movie about the United States' super solider, "Captain America" sure is spending a lot of time in London. It's worked out pretty well so far according to Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige, though. [Total Film]

Covers: Marvel's released a new pulp-style "Incognito: Bad Influences" #1 variant cover by artist Sean Phillips. [iFanboy]

Toys: This Lego TARDIS is brick-for-brick, a miniature Time Lord's best bet. [Blastr]

Animation: Marvel Animation's Josh Fine breaks down the voice cast for Disney XD's "The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes." [Comics Continuum]

Contests: "Pinocchio: Vampire Slayer" creators Van Jensen and Dusty Higgins are looking for a few good artists to design their own puppets as part of a contest to promote their upcoming sequel, "Pinocchio Vampire Slayer and the Great Puppet Theater." [PVS]