Technology: Heidi MacDonald runs down the success of Apple's iPad debut, saying that between 600,000 and 700,000 units were sold on the day of launch. Additionally, Marvel's comic book application was within the top 25 apps for iTunes on opening day. [The Beat]

Holiday: Who said that a nomadic endangered species can't enjoy the finger things in life, like Easter egg painting? Don't tell Admiral Bill Adama and his "Battlestar Galactica" crew what they can and can't do! [Sci Fi Wire]

Creators: News that Greg Rucka is no longer working for DC Comics provoked responses from both J.H. Williams III and Rucka himself to clarify the future of "Batwoman" as a title and as a character. [J.H. Williams III and Greg Rucka]

Digital: How much is "Wanted" #2 worth to you? Depending on your circumstances, it could yield some profitable digital results. [Bleeding Cool]

Toys: The seemingly cool Black Lantern Hal Jordan and White Lantern Sinestro exclusive action figures from this past weekend's WonderCon get the highlight in this report - and I am officially more jealous than ever before! [Action Figure Pics]

Television: The cast of "The Big Bang Theory" as you've never seen them before - in sultry DC Comics superheroine outfits! [Entertainment Weekly]

Comics: Ben Morse runs down a list of comic book events that "stuck the landing," like DC's "Zero Hour" and Marvel's "X-Cutioner's Song." [The Cool Kids Table]

Crossovers: The Aliens and Predators aren't the only deadly creatures sticking their unwanted maws in the 1,000 Acre Wood... [Kizer via Super Punch]