Movies: Empire's March issue will feature multiple The Avengers covers focusing on Captain America, Iron Man, Thor and Black Widow. [SHH]

Tech: At Andertoons, Mark Anderson explores the indie cartoonist's publishing potential on iBooks. [The Daily Cartoonist]

Fresh Ink! Online: Ed Laroche (The Almighty) helps host Blair Butler review Daredevil, T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents, Batman, Catwoman, Ultimate Comics Spider-Man, Prophet and Tenjo Tenge. [G4]



Gaming: Former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain crooned for a South Carolina crowd this past weekend, sort of Shatnering his oft-quoted lyrics from Donna Summer's Pokémon: The Movie 2000 jam, "The Power of One." [Kotaku]


Comic Strips: I have no idea what this past weekend's Hi and Lois gag is supposed to mean, but it's nice to see a cartoon kid reading a reverse-bound (manga?) Spider-Man comic nonetheless. [The Comics Curmudgeon]


Art: If you thought the original ThunderCats series was bonkers, early concept art proves that it could have been even more stunning. [io9]

Art: Makeup effects artist Kevin Kirkpatrick's IRL Beavis and Butthead sculptures are quite a sight, huh-huh. [Reddit]


Video: Batman, Robin, Nightwing, Oracle, Batgirl and more team up against an army of rogues in the fan-made Batman: Death Wish. [Topless Robot]