Video Games: Twisted Pixel had a playable demo of its upcoming "Comic Jumper" title at the ready for PAX East and so far the game seems to be shaping up into something the comics crowd could easily enjoy. [Kotaku]

Hollywood: Mike Fleming reports that Bryan Singer is officially trading in his director's cap for a producer credit on "X-Men: First Class," as has been previously speculated. [Deadline New York]

Teasers: Get your fill of Don Cheadle and Scarlett Johansson in the latest "Iron Man 2" television spot, aired during the Kids Choice Awards. [Ain't It Cool News]

Politics: President Barack Obama has turned his sights from health care reform to galactic peacekeeping. First step - affordable power rings for every American. [Dean Trippe]

Hollywood: Mark Millar claims that he was asked to write the screenplay for "X-Men 4," but declined the offer. So much for an early teens Kitty Pryde running around cutting off limbs and swearing like a sailor. [Bleeding Cool]

Creators: "Turf" co-creators Jonathan Ross and Tommy Lee Edwards hit the road together to promote the impending release of their comic book, bad to the bone style. [Robot 6]

Comics: "If you truly want to write comics, or anything else for that matter, you've got to be ready and willing to put the work and effort into it that's necessary in order to get that big break," says Marvel's Tom Brevoort on breaking into comic books as a writer. [Form Spring]

Hilarious: It's been a while since we checked in on "Nic Cage As Everyone," hasn't it? Today, Nic Cage is Batgirl and Wonder Woman. Awesome. [Nic Cage As Everyone]