Customs: This Afrodisiac custom-made action figure is all kinds of win, win, win. [Toy Cutter]

Art: Here's what Iron Man would look like if Tony Stark had designed the armor in the 1940s. [Super Punch]

Musicals: By Crom, this is the greatest Arnold Schwarzenegger parody I've seen in quite some time! [io9]

Characters: Jim Gibbons revisits Wolverine's first appearance and discovers some hidden gems, like the fact that Wendigo is actually the world's first Pokemon. [Enemy of Peanuts]

Webcomics: Doctor Doom is...happy?! Yes! Yes he is! [Neil Cameron]

Opinion: Eric A. Diaz is wondering where the %#@* his "Wonder Woman" movie is, offering solutions to some of the character's perceived difficulties including an unmemorable rogues gallery and awkward costume design. [Geekscape]

Mysteries: Discover Magazine blogger Phil Plait is on Black Widow's list, but why? It's a mystery! [Discover Magazine]

Comics: Carlos D'Anda is selling his alternate universe DC Comics comic book covers as seen in the season finale of "Fringe." [gelatometti via Super Punch]

Characters: With Independence Day coming up (no, not the movie, though you should probably rewatch that one anyway), now's a good time to reminisce on some of the most patriotic characters in comic book lore. [About]

Relaunches: Is "Alien Legion" preparing for a relaunch at Dark Horse Comics? Looks that way... [Dark Horse]

Crime: Catwoman is terrorizing New York City! [New York Post]

Apparel: Wolverine and Captain America are among the five characters with the greatest footgear in comic books. [iFanboy]