Bizarre: Has Iron Man hit hard financial times? Because I can't think of anything else that explains this. [Movie Walker via CB Cebulski]

Legal: Comic book artist Jazan Wild has filed a complaint that NBC used his series "Jazan Wild's Carnival of Souls" as a blueprint for the fourth season of "Heroes." Wild's comic focuses on a "traveling circus of damned souls," which he calls "virtually identical" to the NBC show's fourth season plot. [Courthouse News Service]

Superpowers: Try applying the Periodic Table of Super-Powers to these baby powers. [Cracked]

Television: Harry Knowles has seen the zombies of AMC's "The Walking Dead" and describes them thusly: "I haven't seen such an awesome cadaverous Zombie since 'Return of the Living Dead' or... even 'Lifeforce.' Only... this was mixed with more 'wet' than either of those. We're talking very cool work here." [AICN]

Hollywood: "Splice" director Vincenzo Natali is interested in directing an "Alpha Flight" movie, saying: "It's an interesting group and it had a lot of different members, so you can take it in a number of different directions." [Splash Page]

Theology: Sean T. Collins finds inspiration in Comics Alliance's interview with "S.H.O.O.T. First" creator Justin Aclin, asking: "If Asgard was floating above your rural Oklahoma hamlet or the Wrath of God was trotting his green bikini briefs all around your hometown, would you become a believer? Or would you support a super-squad with gods in their crosshairs?" [Robot 6]