Hollywood: Are you concerned by the fact that newly minted "The First Avenger: Captain America" star Chris Evans doesn't seem to know much about the character or the comic books? Shawn Adler isn't - and he doesn't think you should be, either. [Splash Page]Conventions: More photos from WonderCon showcase exactly why I'm so bummed out that I missed this show. Also, Steve "Frosty" Weintraub analyzes the show in relation to Comic-Con International, stating that WonderCon could eventually become an event to rival the massive San Diego show. [Collider]

Challenges: Robert Kirkman threw down the gauntlet with Todd McFarlane several years ago, and it seems as though he's doing it again. The "Invincible" creator calls out Jeph Loeb for relying too heavily on "that fat corporate teat" instead of coming up with his very own creator-owned comic books. [Atomic Comics via Robot 6]

Conventions: Paul Pope is coming to Stumptown Comics Fest in Portland, Oregon on April 24th and 25th. I shall be at Stumptown Comics Fest, too. That is neat. [Stumptown]

Comics: Cyriaque Lamar wonders why Grant Morrison is allowed to maximize his out-of-box thinking in out-of-continuity tales, but not when it comes to mainstream superhero continuity. [io9]

Contests: It's a quick deadline, but if you're lucky, you could win two free tickets to the "Kick-Ass: Evening of Burlesque & Cabaret" event taking place at the Bordello Bar in Los Angeles this Saturday. [Comic Book Resources]

Hollywood: "Splice" director Vincenzo Natali wants to tackle the upcoming "Swamp Thing" movie, drawing inspiration from Alan Moore's run on the title. He says: "It's a comic book, but it delves into some very interesting stuff, both psychological and philosophical." [Splash Page]