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Link Ink: Many Vehicles Would Have Been Cooler as Vans, The ‘Walken’ Dead and Onslaught’s Return

Art: Brandon Ortwein’s reimaginings of geeky conveyances as tricked-out vans will have you scoping used car lots by the end of the day. [Flavorwire]

Hollywood: If you hate surprises, you can read all about the leaked (and possibly fake/too old to matter)upcoming Deadpool movie script by Zombieland writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick. [i09]

TV: Smallville gets a heaping helping of Kirbyfication on November 12 with Granny Goodness and her female furies in tow. [CBR]

Art: AMC’s adaptation of The Walking Dead premiered last night, making this wonderful bit of parody extra wonderful to wake up to. [Laughing Squid]

Crossovers: Onslaught looks to be rearing his purple head again in February care of Sean McKeever and artist Filipe Andrade (with covers by Humberto Ramos and Rob Liefeld) in Onslaught Unleashed #1. [Comicscontinuum]

Indie: Top Shelf’s official cover for Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill’s The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: 1969 is ready to party like it’s 1999. That’s, like, 30 years ahead of its time. [Top Shelf on Facebook]

Animation: Transformers fans can finally get a look at The Hub’s new Transformers Prime, which kicks off on November 26. [Spinoff]

Threads: Is it just me, or do these new anti-bone loss space suits look like something out of The Ultimates? [Neatorama]

Toys: DC Comics’ 75th anniversary Kubricks set includes some familiar faces (and four Batman sculpts), but is a great catch-all way to nab some fan-favorites in one buy. [Tomopop]

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