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Link Ink: Henry Cavill Dons a Supermanly Tee, Nathan Fillion Rules and a ‘Batmobile’ is Born

Movies: Upcoming Superman star Henry Cavill sports this “S” on the new cover of Entertainment Weekly. [EW]

Awesome Dude is Awesome: Speaking of EW, in an interview about Firefly reruns heading to cable, Nathan Fillion told the site, “If I got $300 million from the California Lottery, the first thing I would do is buy the rights to Firefly, make it on my own, and distribute it on the Internet.” You’ve got to love that man. [EW]

Blogging: WordPress took down two Funky Winkerbean commentary blogs at the behest of FW and Crank Shaft creator Tom Batiuk’s lawyers for violations of “unauthorized use of the Funky Winkerbean name, trademark, or comic strips.” [The Daily Cartoonist]

Trailers: The Italian trailer for Dylan Dog: Dead of Night sees star Brandon Routh punch some monsters with Superman-like strength. [Slashfilm]

History: Fanboy.com digs into the manga and anime fandom of the ’80s with a killer photo essay of the Cartoon/Fantasy Organization’s early basement meetings. [io9]

Art: Matt Donovan’s science fiction awareness posters will keep you vigilant here in the 21st century. [Super Punch]

Transportation: Behold the potentially street-legal “Batmobile” in the form of Sasank Gopinathan’s Kinetia LMX Supercar. [Big Shiny Robot]


Gaming: Mogworld author Ben “Yahtzee” Croshaw reviews Sony’s DC Universe Online (NSFW audio). [The Escapist]


TV: Doctor Fate will be dropping in on the Young Justice team this Friday on Cartoon Network in the episode “Denial.” [Comics Continuum]

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