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Link Ink: ‘The Walking Dead’ Action Figures, Matt Smith Sticking With ‘Doctor Who’ and Bryan Lee O’Malley’s 1988 Transformers Comic

Toys: Between McFarlane Toys and MTV, you can get a solid look at six upcoming The Walking Dead TV/Comic action figures including Officer Rick Grimes, Michonne, Zombie Lurker, Zombie Roamer, Daryl Dixon and Zombie Walker. [MTV Splash Page]

Movies: The Michael Bay/Brad Fuller/Andrew Form-helmed Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie reboot now has writers in the form of Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol’s Josh Appelbaum and Andrew Nemec. [Deadline]

TV: Anyone worried about a regeneration has until at least next season to worry about it. Matt Smith’s on board for another year of Doctor Who. [Blastr]

Video: Thousand Pounds reveals a trailer for their upcoming 20 minute short, Naruto: Dreamers Fight. Their ninja way is making awesome-looking fan films, apparently. [Topless Robot]

Art: Years before (back in ’88, y’all) the world got to know his Scott Pilgrim comics, Bryan Lee O’Malley was crafting Transformers tales of titanic proportions at home. [Flickr]

Getting Crunk: io9 looks back at the time the Decepticons got totally drunk. [io9]

Art: Scott Wegna gives readers a look at Atomic Robo’s evolution over the years (old Robo on the left, new Robo on the right). Personally, I like them both! [TwitPic]

Music: TheWarpZone covers Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” from a mutant perspective after seeing X-Men: First Class. [TDW]

Threads: Vincent Bocognani’s da Vinci Bob-omb is up for voting on Threadless. Something tells me it could explode. [Gamma Squad]

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