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Link Ink: ‘X-Men: Days Of Future Past’ Sets, MADventure Time And 6″ ‘Star Wars’ Figures

Movies: Director Bryan Singer took to Twitter to tease some set models from the upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past movie(s). [Twitter]

Toys: MTV has a first look at Playmates’ upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Classics Rocksteady and Bebop figures. [MTV]

Movies: This is a teaser for the Iron Man 3 Super Bowl commercial. Yes, a commercial for a commercial. Can we just agree to not discuss the fact that we both just watched it anyway? [SHH]

Magazines: No, this isn’t an alternate Adventure Time cover from Boom!, it’s the upcoming issue of MAD #520. Malfredeneumatical! [MTV]

Toys: Hasbro has announced Star Wars Black, a new line of 6″ action figures catering specifically to collectors. [USA Today]

Art: The Comics Reporter pointed out how dope Sarah Glidden’s Tumblr is the other day, and we’d be remiss if we didn’t pass the goodness along. [TCR]

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