Art: Chris Schweizer makes Avengers out of the cast of NBC's Community for a commission. [curiousoldlibrary]

Gaming: DC Universe Online will finally arrive on PC and the Sony PlayStation 3 on January 11 at respective $49.99 and $59.99 price points. [Kotaku]

Manga: Tokyopop has started offering some formerly out-of-print titles via a print-on-demand service. Volumes cost around $16, but there's currently a 30 percent price break. [ICv2]

Signings: If you (like me, unfortunately) weren't able to make the Axe Cop trade paperback signing at Bridge City Comics in Portland this past weekend, publisher Dark Horse Comics has a nice recap showing the brothers Nicolle hard at work. [Dark Horse]

Toys: Fwoosh Users Robokillah, Buzzy Fret and Ibentmyman-thing's custom DC Universe Classics style Secret Six lineup should have Mattel considering a few new characters. [The Fwoosh]

Environmentalism: Yesterday Sherman's Lagoon creator Jim Toomey went to Washington, DC and delivered more than 3,600 individual letters from Aquarium of the Bay visitors calling for international bans on shark finning to NOAA Assistant Administrator for Fisheries Eric Schwaab. [The Daily Cartoonist]

Sadness: Longtime Riverdale schoolteacher Ms. Grundy (no relation to Solomon) passes on in the alternate future of Life With Archie #6. [NYT]

Gaming: If you were looking for a story link between Sucker Punch's Infamous and its upcoming sequel, look no further than DC Comics' upcoming six-issue miniseries by William Harms and Eric Nguyen. [Joystiq]

Animation: Cartoon Network's animated adaption of Phil Hester and Andy Kuhn's Firebreather will arrive on Blu-ray and DVD March 22. [ComicsContinuum]