Legal: Julie Taymor is suing the Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark producers over for what she claims are creative rights violations and unpaid royalties. [The Beat]

Digital: Amazon's Kindle Fire will officially ship with the Comics by comiXology app on November 15. [comiXology]

TV: Brian K. Vaughan will reportedly handle writing duties for an adaptation of Stephen King's Under the Dome novel in the form of an upcoming Showtime series. [Deadline]

Threads: Robe Show has a variety of DC Comics character robes in both fleece and toweling varieties for $45-60. [RS]

Digital: It looks like Viz's digital version of Naruto vol. 54 has beat its print counterpart to market by several months, with volume 55 poised to continue the trend. [ICv2]

Photos: Wired.com photos now sport creative commons licenses. Naturally, one of their images includes Jon Sung and our own Andy Khouri (prior to joining the CA team) at the 2010 SDCC protest of the Westboro Baptist Church. [Wired]


Toys: J. Scott Campbell customizes a Lego Hulk at SDCC 2011. [Marvel]

Custom Action Figures: Jin Saotome customizes an armored Steve Irwin and... The Death Ray. [Tomopop]