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Link Ink: ‘Infinite Crisis’ Gets Coast City, ‘Teen Titans Go!’ Gets A Second Season And Mega Man Joins ‘Super Smash Bros.’

Gaming: The Infinite Crisis video game has a pretty massive Coast City… that we probably shouldn’t tell Mongul about. [IC]

Gaming: Mega Man will be a playable fighter in the next Super Smash Bros. game on the Wii U and 3DS in 2014. [Crunchyroll]

TV: Teen Titans Go! has been renewed for a second season on Cartoon Network’s DC Nation programming block. Young Justice fan rage commence. [TV Guide]

Movies: While it may ring as heresy to some, CinemaSins has taken the opening of Man of Steel as an opportunity to point out everything wrong with the first Supes feature. [CS]

Digital: In honor of Man of Steel opening in theaters this week, Starbucks has made DC Comics’ Superman: Action Comics #1 available as a digital download through Apple’s iBookstore as a “Pick of the Week” via free download code cards from June 11 – 17. [The Source]


Movies: The Hobbit 2 is going to be titled “The Desolation of Smaug,” and open on December 13. [ScreenCrush]

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