Television: I'm glad I'm not the only one who thought this was a lame reason not to name the Man in Black on last night's "Lost." [Nedroid]

Publishing: Manga publisher Viz Media has laid off as many as 55 employees in the company's San Francisco headquarters and the entirety of its small New York office, totaling an estimated 40% of the publisher's work force. [Publisher's Weekly]

Hollywood: Not so fast on that "Swamp Thing" remake! According to "Splice" director Vincenzo Natali, often rumored as a front-runner for the "Swamp Thing" director's job, the movie is on hold due to potential legal issues. [Splash Page]

Hollywood: Depressed that "Iron Man 2" wasn't able to beat "The Dark Knight" as the greatest opening weekend of all time? It's time to put a smile on that face and realize that despite losing out on the record, the "Iron Man" sequel was still a massive success. [E! Online]

Hollywood: Matthew Vaughn is reportedly bringing frequent collaborator and "Kick-Ass" screenwriter Jane Goldman aboard to rework the "X-Men: First Class" script. [Ain't It Cool News]

Advertisements: Tap-dancing Captain America and a superheroic Meatloaf are two of the most unforgettable advertisements in comic book history. [iFanboy]

Memories: Jimmy Palmiotti reminisces on his encounters with the legendary artist Frank Frazetta, who passed away earlier this week. [Listen to Jimmy]