Upcoming: Archie Comics' Mega Man #1 by Ian Flynn, Patrick "Spaz" Spaziante, John Workman and Matt Herms is coming on May 4. So dope to see a new ongoing series focusing on the more classic MM chronology. [Archie]

Creators: Upcoming Wolverine director Darren Aronofsky has a few Batman ideas on how to reboot Batman in both comics and movie form... but are they any good? [io9]

Creators: John Porcellino discusses illustrating in the same scale his work is printed at, a process that's seemed to serve his King-Cat Comics well over the years. [Comics Comics]

Eats: The University of Missouri has honored alumni (and Beetle Bailey and Hi and Lois creator) Mort Walker with a burger restaurant in its Student Center appropriately named Mort's. [MidMoCoCo]

Toys: There are plenty of statues depicting scenes from The Walking Dead, but customizer jazz04porche has the right idea with a proper articulated Rick Grimes action figure. Just imagine a full line of TWD toys... [Toycutter]


Awesome: Japan's upcoming pirate-based Power Rangers series, Pirate Sentai Gokaiger, continues to look perfect. [Japanator]


Tech: Yen Press launched its own iPad app last week. The functionality seems legit, even if I'm not super interested in the content. [Robot6]

Temples: It's not exactly prototypical, but the Wat Rong Khun buddhist temple in Chiang Rai, Thailand sports images of Superman, Neo from the Matrix and other sci-fi heroes. [Boing Boing]

Maps: Navigating the very 3D space of the Star Wars galaxy is difficult to fathom, but EW has a 2D map to give you at least a little perspective. [io9]

Lost in Translation: Our very own Chris Sims, defying a direct order from the president, posted something on his "creator-owned" blog last night. It's about wrestling moves. Or maybe erotic manga? Who can tell with that guy. He's troubled, you know? [TheISB]