Art: The cover to Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill's "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: 1969" has surfaced at last. I kind of want to live in it. [Bleedingcool]

Hollywood: Zack Snyder's upcoming "Superman" film apparently won't be based on previous movie or comic stories. Really? Not even "Grounded?" [MTV Splash Page]

Innovation: Steven M. Johnson's latest installment of "Museum of Possibilities" has some great space-saving exercise equipment ideas with some serious applications for bloggers. [Neatorama]

Gaming: THQ's uDraw tablet for the Wii will official drop on November 15. There are currently no plans for a comic-making game, but there totally should be. Look at that unicorn! [Joystiq]

Art: Minimalism gets the best of "Futurama" with each character reduced to just three pixels. [Reddit]

Animation: Cartoon Network has released new clips from the October 22 "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" episode "Emperor Joker!" [CBR]

Threads: Threadless user vintz imagines Leonardo da Vinci's version of "Sonic the Hedgehog." Robotnik's Metal Sonic has a new rival. [Super Punch]

Records: With 1,000 captioned images across an 8X20' canvas, "The Pavement Edition of the What on Earth Wallbook" is now one of the UK's (and the world's) biggest comics. [Comic Vine]

Anime: As pointed out by Bigredrobot, Speed Racer has a Posse, guys. [Chris Haley]

Awesome: It looks like a certain Caped Crusader may have an outpost on a US Airforce base in Japan. Is this part of "Batman, Inc.?" [Gizmodo]