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Link Ink: ‘Supermaker’ Cuts To The Core Of A Crisis And Camilla d’Errico Kickstarts ‘Tanpopo’

Digital Comics: If you like a good (or very sad) superhero crisis, you can check out Andrew Drilon’s Supermaker right now at Top Shelf 2.0. [TS2.0]

Art: Dark Horse gives a look at Tom Morello and artist Scott Hepburn’s process for creating pages from their upcoming Orchid series. [Dark Horse]

Lego: Rebrickable is a site that can tell you what official Lego sets you can build from ones you currently own. For real. [Twitter]

Kickstarter: Camilla d’Errico and BOOM! Studios are running a Kickstarter campaign to fund a run of two different exclusive hardcover editions of Tanpopo. [Kickstarter]

Toys: Art Asylum and Diamond Select Toys’ Marvel Select Green Goblin figure will pack a serious glider display in summer 2012. [DST]

Design: Alexandre Deviers blends Pikachu and Raiden for a Threadless submission. [Super Punch]

Interviews: Real TV talks to Peter Bagge about his career in comics. [Boing Boing]


Toys: The S.H. Figuarts toy from Kamen Rider Fourze makes me want to be a KR for Halloween. [Tomopop]

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