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Link Ink: The Stan Lee Foundation, ‘Shi’ Relaunch, ‘Authority’ Rumors


Animation: Chris Yost shares his thoughts on the differences between writing for Disney XD’s animated “Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes” show and Marvel’s tie-in comic book series. Unlike the Avengers’ earlier animated incarnation, this group won’t be Power Rangers, y’all! [Newsarama]

Hollywood: Is an “Authority” movie in the works? [Spinoff Online]

Television: Dean Haspiel won an Emmy award for his introductory sequence on HBO’s “Bored to Death.” [The Beat]
Gaming: A ‘Dragon Age’ film may very well be on the way care of director Fumihiko Sori. [Nippon Cinema]

Art: Stan Lee is seeking artists to create the logo for the Stan Lee Foundation. [Splash Page]

Comics: Billy Tucci plans to relaunch “Shi” in 2011. [Bleeding Cool]

Internships: Oni Press is currently looking for an editorial intern for the upcoming fall semester. What are you waiting for qualified candidates? [Oni Press]

Comics: Tom Spurgeon acknowledges 25 emblematic comics of the 1970s. [The Comics Reporter]

Comics: Brendan McCarthy’s “FUBAR” is currently seeking a publisher. [Bleeding Cool]

Comics: Talk about superhero origins – the “Superman/Batman” series first came about thanks to a tattoo! [Every Day Is Like Wednesday]

Hollywood: What went wrong with the “Scott Pilgrim” box office performance? A lot of things, apparently. [Cinema Blend]

Hollywood: A scene from “Captain America” was shot in Trafalgar Square in London, England over the weekend. [Superhero Hype]

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