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Link Ink: Fantastic Family Tree, New ‘Scott Pilgrim’ Art and Stan Sakai Meets Usagi Yojimbo

Infographics: The Fantastic Four have had some recent shakeups in their family tree, but Joe Stone can help any fan make sense of the chaos. Or can he? [io9]

Crimefighters: Phoenix Jones has been pounding the pavement in Seattle suburbs, but Great Britain has its own hero in the costumed ‘The Statesman.’ [DailyMail]

Animation: Not only are some form of Peanuts comics coming from kaboom!, Warner Bros. will release a new Peanuts animated video, Happiness is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown, in March. [The Daily Cartoonist]

Art: Bryan Lee O’Malley celebrated his birthday yesterday by posting a new Scott Pilgrim illustration (featuring colors by Steve Buccellato). [Twitter]

Gaming: New DC Universe Online footage shows off the game’s illustrated cut scenes. [Topless Robot]

Art: Tom Fowler’s rendition of “The Last Supper” sees Sandman’s the Endless wine and dine. [Super Punch]

Conventions: There’s a new video up for CobraCon (the humorous ad campaign for The Official Hasbro G.I. Joe Collectors’ Convention) that gives fans the skinny on the March 31-April 3 show in Florida. [JoeCon]

Toys: Tonner’s upcoming line of DC superheroines is chock full of the dolly detail collectors have come to expect. [Tomopop]

Interviews: The celebrated Stan Sakai interviews his creation Usagi Yojimbo in a special comic strip, which reveals the secrets to the samuraibbit’s warrior ways. Kind of. [Dark Horse]

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