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Link Ink: A Robot in Disguise, ‘Power Rangers’ on DVD and a Princess Leia Hoodie

Robots: Kenji Ishida’s custom transforming robot will have you thankful he’s not working for the Decepticons. [ANN]

TV: AMC has renewed Comic Book Men and Talking Dead for second seasons. [AMC]

Movies: Poster Collective rounds up a beefy gallery of Batman posters from film, TV, games and more. [Blastr]

DVD: Shout! Factory will release Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Season One, Volume One on August 21, kicking off a comprehensive release of a 40-DVD collection that includes 183 episodes from multiple PR series. [Crunchyroll]

Art: Bob Basset’s 1920s style Batman cowl evokes a simpler time when leather was enough to strike fear into the hearts of criminals. [io9]

Video: Princess Peach sings words of inspiration in “The Best We Can Be” by Random Encounters Entertainment. [Neatorama]

Threads: If you want to rock Princess Leia’s “A New Hope” buns without all the work, this new Star Wars hoodie might be for you. [Geekologie]

Video: RC Universe profiles Rick Hamel’s awesome robot dragon. [Topless Robot]

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