Toys: "We're ready to believe you," say the Peter Venkman, Egon Spengler and Ray Stantz "Ghostbusters" Mini-Mates exclusive to San Diego Comic-Con! [Toy News International]

Video Games: The upcoming "Transformers: War for Cybertron" has a lot in common with Sam Raimi's first "Spider-Man" movie, as director Matt Tieger explained that the film hits three different levels: those who know nothing about Spidey, those who haven't thought of Spidey in years and those who are big fans of the character. "We approach our game in the same way." [Destructoid]



Hollywood: Marc Bernardin's appeal for the new Spider-Man to be played by a non-white actor has led to a surprising campaign to cast Derrick Comedy front man Donald Glover in the role of Peter Parker. [io9 via Blog@Newsarama]

Museums: A trailer for the "Marvel 4D" superhero exhibit at Madame Tussauds wax museum in London really makes me wish that I was living in England. [Madame Tussauds via Bleeding Cool]

Rumors: A meeting between Matthew Vaughn, James McAvoy and Aaron Johnson led to McAvoy's casting as Charles Xavier in Vaughn's "X-Men: First Class" just last week. Does that mean there's a role for Johnson as Cyclops? [Slash Film]

Television: Looking to get zombified for "The Walking Dead?" If you live in Atlanta, you might get your chance! [Bleeding Cool]

Cosplay: Where can you find the world's most plentiful amount of superheroes? Hint: it's not San Diego - it's somewhere considerably more down under. [The Australian via Robot 6]