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Link Ink: Visualizing Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man Speech, Self-Taught Superheroes and Lightsaber Lessons

Images: Chris Haley grafts The Amazing Spider-Man star Andrew Garfield’s Comic-Con speech about playing the Webslinger onto the film’s poster in tribute to what the character is all about. [Tumblr]

Manga: Our own David Brothers joins Carlo Santos, Christopher Butcher, Eva Volin and Deb Aoki for Comic-Con’s “Best and Worst Manga” panel, spotlighting some cool titles you may want to investigate… and some you’ll want to avoid. [About]

Reviews: Bookie Woogie looks at Fantagraphics’ The Complete Peanuts collections through the eyes of every comics’ toughest critics: kids. I wish I had as much taste — and talent — as these kids. [Bookie Woogie]

Fan Films: ENSO Productions and Gotham City FX team for Batman: The Last Laugh, a short film emphasizing Batman vs. Joker action. [Topless Robot]

Toys: The Neatoshop has stocked some more of NECA’s rare 10″ Coraline prop replicas. Their button eyes are particularly spooky. [Tomopop]

Digital: Sean O’Reilly and Pedro Del Gado’s The Gwaii from Arcana uses existing tech to deliver a 3-D comics experience on iOS devices like the iPad and iPhone. [mobadmedia]

Training: If you’re looking to sharpen your lightsaber fencing skills, you may want to become Flynn Michael’s apprentice. [Gamma Squad]


TV: HBO’s upcoming series Superheroes teases its August 8 debut with a new segment featuring Mr. Xtreme, Thanatos, Master Legend and Lucid. [Underwire]

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