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Link Ink: Becky Cloonan’s Chemical Romance, Charmander’s New Flame and Movie Posters Got Back

Art: Becky Cloonan’s Rock Sound magazine art depicting My Chemical Romance’s Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys album identities is dope and hopefully a taste of the upcoming Killjoys comic. [Robot6]

Movies: Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige drops a lot of hints at the future of Avengers franchise films. [Collider]

Animation: Bruce Timm makes it clear that 2011 is going to be big for Hal Jordan in both Green Lantern: The Animated Series and Green Lantern: Emerald Knights projects . [MTV Splash Page]

Advertising: If recent sci-fi movie posters have seemed somehow familiar to you, you’re not alone. Blastr lines up 12 strikingly similar designs (with a few that seem a little debatable). [Blastr]

Giant Robots: Japan’s giant RX-78-2 Mobile Suit Gundam has given us plenty to talk about, but China’s exotic version is well worth a look as well. [Neatorama]

Eats: The Food Network has enough cake shows to choke a ponyta, but one pokéfan tops all of their achievements with a Charmander cake fit for a gym battle. [Neatorama]

Cosplay: Given all the work that went into this awesome cardboard Gundam cosplay, you’re kind of a jerk if you actually call this suit’s malfunction a “Fail.” I hope everyone at the Singapore Toy, Games & Comic Convention 2010 gave this kid and his friends several dozen high-fives. [Boing Boing]

Toys: Rustthisworld’s custom Super Smash Bros. characters born of Super Hero Squad toys (and other parts) have me wanting to break out my paint pens. [Super Punch]

More Cosplay: Peter Kokis’s Optimus Prime exoskeleton hasn’t suffered the same fate as the unfortunate Gundam cosplayer in Singapore. In fact, I saw this suit in front of the Javits Center during NYCC a few months back and the dude was basically busting a move in this thing for a crowd of Transformers fans. [BrooklynOptimusPrime]

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