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Link Ink — Kids Break Superhero World Record, U.S. Army Graphic Novel

– A school in Berwick, Maine has unofficially broken the Guinness Book of World Record’s record for having the most people dressed up as superheroes in a room for at least 10 minutes, with a grand total of 109 superkids.

The U.S. Army’s infiltrating your comic shop with its own graphic novel, which is “as realistic as you can get, because as a soldier, every detail counts.”

– Team-up of the month: On WFMU‘s Media Squat, Douglas Rushkoff speaks with “American Splendor” creator Harvey Pekar.

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