Webcomics: Now up at IGN, both halves of Michael Avon Oeming's Portal 2: Lab Rat comic are pretty dope. Following his awesome Left 4 Dead series, he's starting to cement himself as the best comics-rooted-in-videogame-continuity (his stuff's too good for the simple "tie-in" tag) artist out there. [IGN]

Gaming: According to Rocksteady game marketing manager Dax Ginn, Batman: Arkham City is, "...all open, all the time." That's right, no load-screens in the main game environment! [MTV Multiplayer]

Solved Mystery: A copy of Action Comics #1 stolen from one of Nicolas Cage's houses 10 years ago was discovered in a San Fernando Valley, California storage locker last month. Since Cage cashed in on an insurance policy covering the comic containing the first appearance of Superman, he may not get it back. [The Daily Cartoonist]

Movies: 7-11/Dr. Pepper are currently hosting a Thor behind-the-scenes featurette. If you can get past all the product placement, it's actually pretty decent! [7-11]

Creators: Ziggy Marley discusses he and Joe Casey's upcoming Marijuanaman comic, which drops in just a few shorts weeks on April 20. [io9]


Humor: Screen Rant combines every 2011 summer movie trailer (including Green Lantern, Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger) into one bite-sized video. [The Mary Sue]

Conventions: Fans poised to attend the Phoenix Comicon May 26-29 can now vote for the show's upcoming badge design. [SuperPunch]

Movies: Acura's Join S.H.I.E.L.D. website it now up. It's kind of light on content just yet, but I expect it'll beef up closer to the May 6 release of Thor. [Acura]

Art: Craig Thompson's SPX 2011 flyer is almost as good as a straight Habibi preview. [Robot6]