Toys: USA Today has a first look at Diamond Select Toys' upcoming The Amazing Spider-Man movie action figure. [USA Today]

Fundraising: The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund is hosting a manga raffle at NYCC, with prizes that include a number of cool titles. [CBLDF]

Manga: Tokyopop is apparently showing signs of life on Twitter, writing that they hope to be able to release new manga soon. [ANN]

Webcomics: Ethan Persoff and Scott Marshall have kicked off their new online comic about John Wilcock, an underground magazine publisher in the '60s. [Boing Boing]

Video: Italian TV chanel Fox Retro advertises its '70s and '80s-centric lineup 8-bit style. Just wait for the Wonder Woman appearance. [Neatorama]

Tech: Howstuffworks takes a look inside the Etch A Sketch to see what makes it tick. Just don't use this knowledge to go Breaking Bad with one of these. [Howstuffworks]

Toys: Mimobot has unveiled its two new Emily The Strange USB flash drives at NYCC. [Mimobot]

Art: Though we've seen Star Wars alphabet art before, there's always room for more -- especially from alphabet master Fabian Gonzalez. [Via Neatorama]