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Link Ink: HBO Loves Neil Gaiman’s ‘American Gods’, Buzz and Woody Get Real and Merry Marching in Mint Condition

TV: Fans will have to wait until at least 2013 to find out for sure, but HBO’s plans for adapting Neil Gaiman’s American Gods sound pretty legit — like a $3-4 million budget per episode under Tom Hanks, legit. [Gamma Squad]

Sci-Fi: Not every spinoff is sound, but there’s at least 10 Star Trek shows that might have been awesome. [Blastr]

Customs: Luis Eduardo Vargas Montoya crafts two of the finest Buzz Lightyear and Woody toys I’ve seen in ages. [Toycutter]

History: The mail-in days of the Merry Marvel Marching Society may be a thing of the past, but former Marvel EiC Jim Shooter’s got two kits from the ’60s in perfect condition for posterity. [The Beat]

Trailers: Wood artist extraordinaire Daniel Crosier makes his directorial debut with the first trailer for Isolation Man, a film about The Exquisite Vanishteer, a superhero who accidentally makes half the world’s population disappear. [Odamfeimud]

Legos: However awesome your Lego world was as a kid/is as an adult, Gerry Burrows has you beat. That’s okay, though, because his massive Star Wars room is about the most wonderful brick thing you’re likely to see for some time. [The Daily Mail]

Toys: Gundam AGE is coming soon to Japan, which naturally means that so are tons of mecha model kits. [Tomopop]

Video: Table 8 Productions puts its spin on the Green Lantern trailer, which they joke they created before the official version from Warner Bros. Love the last bit at the end. “I know, right?!” [Table8Productions]

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