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Link Ink: Jim Woodring’s Moebius Strip, Scott Pilgrim’s Precious Little Blu-Ray and Alan Moore’s Frank Miller Parody

Art: Celebrated cartoonist Jim Woodring doesn’t just construct giant steel dip pens, he also twists his work into Moebius strip for the ages. Check out his creation video and an animated .gif at Fantagraphics. [Neatorama]

Hollywood: “Green Lantern” star Ryan Reynolds may have to choose between Dark Horse’s “R.I.P.D.” and Marvel’s “Deadpool.” I know which one Rob Liefeld is hoping he picks. [Superherohype]

Parody: “Grim n’ Gritty” parodies are commonplace these days, but Alan Moore took a playful swipe at Frank Miller’s “Daredevil” all the way back in 1983. [io9]

Movies: “Scott Pilgrim vs. The World” arrives on Blu-Ray, DVD and digital download November 9 and seems to pack in the kind of special features fans will crave. [ICv2]

Toys: Dark Horse Comics’ spectral superheroine Ghost is getting her own 12″ action figure on October 20, which features articulation and accessories aplenty. [Dark Horse]

TV: AMC has released a new promotional poster for the October 31 premiere of “The Walking Dead,” showing Rick’s ride into zombie chaos. [AMC]

Gaming: Batman’s gotten his Lego videogame due, but would a bricky Mega Man adaptation work for fans? Probably not, but it’s fun to look at concept art. [Kotaku]

Toys: Free Comic Book Day 2011 won’t feature free toys exactly, but collectors will be able to nab a new line of DC Direct’s “Classic Icon” toys that features Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and Green Lantern. [Toynewsi]

Art: Will Marvel just let Noah Van Sciver draw a Howard the Duck story already? Perhaps in “Strange Tales?” Dude is ready! [The Comics Reporter]

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