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Link Ink: Hulk’s Fashion Sense, Battle Angel Alita Movie, Chris Samnee’s ‘Thor’ Cover Process

Covers: Check out Chris Samnee’s cover process for “Thor: The Mighty Avenger Double Rainbow.” [iFanboy]

Characters: You wouldn’t like Hulk when he’s angry, but you’ll absolutely love him when he’s stylish. [Newsarama]

Hollywood: A little too late, but “Scott Pilgrim vs. The World” gets a 3-D motion poster. [Collider]

Motion Comics: Fall Out Boy’s “Fall Out Toy Works” comic will be adapted as a motion comic by “Repo Men” director Miguel Sapochnik. [Comic Book Resources]

Hollywood: James Cameron might finally adapt “Battle Angel Alita” as his next big screen project. [Splash Page]

Hollywood: Warren Ellis offers a first look at Brian Cox’s role in “Red.” [Warren Ellis]

Webcomics: Watch Cameron Stewart’s process as he works on “Sin Titulo,” his Eisner Award-winning webcomic. [Drawn]

Webcomics: Rick Grimes has no idea what he’s in store for in this “Walking Dead” and “Arrested Development” mash-up. [Let’s Be Friends Again]

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