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Link Ink: Pandora’s Process, Lost Posters, Superman’s Lunchbox

Food: I’d like to think that on Krypton, everybody owns this lunchbox. [Pop Culture Shock]

Comics: Bryan Lee O’Malley shows off an unused cover for “Scott Pilgrim Gets It Together,” the fourth volume in his Oni Press series of books. [Destroyer Zooey via Robot 6]

Process: Tommy Lee Edwards runs down his process in constructing the covers for Top Cow’s upcoming “Broken Trinity: Pandora’s Box” miniseries, as well as the covers for his new creator-owned project “Turf” at Image Comics. [Comic Book Resources]

Petitions: “Hack/Slash” creator Tim Seeley is starting a campaign for the creation of a Cassie Hack collectible statue based on his own designs. [Shock Till You Drop]

Statues: The full specs on Sideshow Collectibles’ upcoming Maleficent statue put the product at 10 pounds. That’s one heavy witch. [Toy News International]

Art: In celebration of the final season of “Lost,” artist Ty Mattson created eight original posters. None are for sale, but if that changes, I’ll be the first to let you know that they’re all sold out, ‘cuz I bought ’em. [Mattson Creative via Drawn!]

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