Gaming: Zen Studios has teamed up with Telltale Games to develop a digital pinball game based on the latter's acclaimed The Walking Dead video game series. Looks fun, and perhaps also soul-crushing. [ArcadeSushi]

 
 
 

Activism: This year's Banned Books Week, September 21-27, will focus on comics and graphic novels, and the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund will be heavily involved in the planning. [CBLDF]

 
 
 

Movies: Chronicle director Josh Trank is a busy man. Not only is he heading up the new Fantastic Four franchise reboot, he's also directing a "standalone" Star Wars movie, outside the new trilogy. [Badass Digest]

 
 
 

Television: The poster for The CW's new iZombie TV series, based on the Vertigo Comics title by Chris Roberson and Mike Allred, makes the show look very...procedural. [SpoilerTV]

 
 
 

Business: Oni Press has named Tim Wiesch, who was formerly director of foreign licensing for Dark Horse, as its new vice president of business development.(That probably means movie stuff.) [The Hollywood Reporter]

 
 
 

Movies: With Adam McKay apparently out of the running to direct the new Ant-Man movie, a few other comedy-guy names are being kicked around: Rawson Thurber (We're the Millers), Nicholas Stoller (Forgetting Sarah Marshall), and Michael Dowse (Take Me Home Tonight). [Deadline]