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Link Ink: Stealing Peter Parker’s Lightning, The iPad’s Potential, Optimus Sub-Prime


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Artist Glen Brogan has just started reading Gerard Way and Gabriel Ba’s “The Umbrella Academy,” prompting him to create a White Violin sketch in the book’s honor. [The Autumn Society]

Lego: The Dark Knight returns in Lego cube dude format. [Flickr via Super Punch]

Hollywood: Logan Lerman of “Percey Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief” caused quite a thunderous stir on yon Internetz by saying he was the new Peter Parker. According to one source, however, that’s not quite the case. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Technology: A highlight of the iPad’s potential for “restoring comic books to their former glory” has piqued the excitement of one blog. Admittedly, I’m pretty pumped too. [Gizmodo]

Heartbreak: An incredibly realistic 14-foot-tall Optimus Prime replica was erected in Japan for the relatively meager cost of $1,600. It is currently being used as laundry dryer. FML. [Oddity Central]

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