Movies: Kick-Ass director Matthew Vaughn has purchased the rights for Mark Millar's Superior. Millar is allowing National MS Society to use the character to promote MS awareness and research funding. [CBR]

Health: A Star Trek fan says his 12-year quest to learn Klingon has helped him battle his Dyslexia. [io9]

Theater: If you haven't caught Impetuous Theater Group's stage adaptation of Fred Van Lente and Ryan Dunlavey's Action Philosophers, next weekend's showings may be up your NYCC alley. [The Beat]

Interviews: Michael "Frick" Weber hosts Comic Book Storytellers, which has posted their most recent series of interviews asking creators what they wanted to do for a living before getting into comics. [Cloud9Comix]

Gaming: Those who preorder The Darkness 2 will get an upgraded to a Limited Edition, copy from 2K Games that includes an alternate darkling costume, "Gourmet Hearts" and "Relic Hunter" character ability upgrades, an illustration by creator Marc Silvestri and download codes for digital copies of The Darkness Origins Volumes 1 and 2. [Joystiq]


Video: Star Wars disco dancing on French TV in the early '80s. Just watch it. [Topless Robot]

Toys: Big Chief Studios' 1/6 scale doll of the Eleventh Doctor from Doctor Who looks like $230ish worth of plastic Time Lord magic. [Tomopop]

Gaming: A certain "mad" villain in a hat will apparently make an appearance in Batman: Arkham City. [Joystiq]

Foods: There are some weird foods in the world, but only one truly worthy of Bruce Wayne. Behold, bat nuts. [Neatorama]