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Link Ink: Doctor McNinja’s ‘Ghost Trick’ Crossover, Icy Instrumentation and G.K. Chesterton ‘Axe Cop’ Style

Webcomics: Dr. McNinja crosses over with Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective protagonist Sissel with action packed results. [Joystiq]

Hollywood: Stan “The Man” Lee got his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame yesterday. Big ups from we, the True Believers. [Robot6]

Tech: There’s already a few iPad stylus options on the market, but maybe this Crayola one will inspire the next generation of digital artists? [Gizmodo]

Music: Imagine if Bobby Drake and company put their ice-wielding powers to a more musical use. They might be as awesome as Norwegian composer and percussionist Terje Isungset who is set to perform a series of concerts with instruments made out of ice in the UK this month. [Wired]

Promos: The CW is teasing the end of Smallville with the tagline “Destiny is Now.” Still no costume, though…[Superhero Hype]

Gaming: From the looks of the preview, the DC Universe Online Legends comic series will actually expand upon the DCUO’s in-game narrative. [The Source]

Sculpture: Flickr user Eric 10d forms his own Space Battleship Yamato from Zen Magnets rare earth magnet balls and some nails. I can’t even get my vial of Buckyballs to stay in a cube shape… [Neatorama]

Gaming: Blah mashes up Capcom’s Street Fighter franchise with WWE: Smackdown vs Raw 2011 and it’s as good as it sounds. [Joystiq]

Art: Axe Cop artist Ethan Nicolle draws writer G.K. Chesterton with style and flair. [HeyOscarWildeIt'sClobberinTime]

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