Video Games: Tracey John Bravel attempts to chronicle every single video game reference that appears in Bryan Lee O'Malley's "Scott Pilgrim" series. [UGO]

Conventions: Wizard World has blinked in the face of Reed Exhibitions, moving several of their northeast conventions - including Big Apple Comic-Con - out of the way of New York Comic-Con. [Wizard World]

Hilarious: When there's something strange in your New York Public Library, who are you going to call? The Improv Everywhere group! [Slash Film]

Cosplay: If you're looking to successfully cosplay at your next planned convention appearance, look no further than Molly McIsaac's introductory guide. [iFanboy]

Role Playing: No, you're not losing your mind: Comics Alliance's recent April Fool's prank of the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen 1988 has inspired a roleplaying session set within this fictional universe. Wonderful! [RPPR Actual Play]

Gadgetry: A woman has developed her own working arc reactor based on Tony Stark's technology. Well, not really working, but it still looks neat! [Geekologie]

Hollywood: Once again, director Tim Burton is attempting to get an adaptation of manga series "Mai, The Psychic Girl" off the ground. Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter can't be far behind. [Latino Review]