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Link Ink: Millar’s ‘Miracle Park,’ Jon Hamm Ponders Superman and ‘Bayified’ Voltron

Hollywood: Mark Millar’s directorial debut will be titled “Miracle Park” and feature a plot that’s “‘X-Men’ meets ‘Trainspotting.'” [IGN]

Theme Parks: Is Euro Disney expanding to accommodate Marvel’s heroes? Quite possibly. [Robot6]

Evil Robots With Aliens Inside: Ever wanted to build your own Dalek? Blastr has your official BBC blueprints. [Blastr]

Movies: Atlas Entertainment previews new art from their future “Voltron” film. Some are crying foul due to its similarities to Michael Bay’s Transformers, while others dig ’em. [JoBlo]

Actors: Jon Hamm responds to his “Superman” movie role rumor positively on “Live With Regis and Kelly. [Gawker]

Radvertising: Umbro gets sound effecty via Love Creative. [Super Punch]

Movies: New “Priest” posters have surfaced, bringing a little ferocity back to vampire fiction in Hollywood. [Spinoff]

Previews: Bongo previews it’s annual “The Simpsons’ Treehouse of Horror” #16. There’s Lemmy galore. [Bongo]

Conventions: Molly McIssac profiles Spain’s comic book festival scene. [iFanboy]

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