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Link Ink: Lead Actress Leaves ‘Constantine,’ Bryan Singer Grabs Up ‘Age Of Heroes’ And Tokyo’s Studio Ghibli Exhibit

Television: Lucy Griffiths, who was the lead actress on NBC’s new Constantine series, has left the show. Her character, Liv, will be replaced by Zed, a character you may remember from the Hellblazer comics. [ScreenCrush]


Movies: X-Men: Days of Future Past director Bryan Singer has secured the rights to the Image comic Age of Heroes and is developing it with his production company. [The Tracking Board]


Digital Comics: Total digital comics sales rose to $90 million in 2013, up from $70 million the previous year. [ICv2]


Video Games: The new Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire will reportedly include a mode in which you can dress up Pokemon. This is not a drill. [Arcade Sushi]


Anime: If you’re going to be in Tokyo, between now and December 14, you can go check out an exhibit that highlights the architecture from Studio Ghibli’s films at the Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum. [Kotaku]


Movies: A film based on Valiant Comics’ Archer and Armstrong is reportedly in development. [ComicBookMovie]

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