Link Ink: The New Morning Edition, Featuring Spider Jerusalem & An E. Honda Reference!
ComicsAlliance Says: Introducing LINK INK: MORNING EDITION, the comic book equivalent of Steve Inskeep and Renee Montagne's NPR morning radio show! Or, in actuality, just us catching up with the trends. Enjoy the new post time.
Fashion: In the sumo wrestling arena, E. Honda has nothing on Batman and Superman. [Vancouver Sumo]
Customs: Something tells me that Spider Jerusalem would not be thrilled if he saw this thing. [Super Punch]
Practical: In space, no one can hear you scream. So when you're murdered and nobody finds your body for weeks, you're going to want to make sure you have interplanetary life insurance. [Dave Ex Machina]
Video: The Comics Reporter delivers a video parade rivaling almost any we've ever seen. [The Comics Reporter]
Comics: It took seven years to get to "Siege," but it took eight to get to "BPRD: King of Fear." Take that, Bendis! [comiXology]
Movies: If you really think that "Batman and Robin" is the worst superhero film of all time, you obviously haven't seen "Superbabies." [io9]
Webcomics: Spider-Man's alternate, taser-infused history [Lets Be Friends Again]
Conventions: Jim Lee's artwork for the Naples Comic-Con looks like an anti-breast feeding campaign started by SkyNet. I mean that in the best sense possible. [Bleeding Cool]