Movies: Havok (played by Lucas Till) seems more like a Pyro in a new X-Men: First Class image. [Facebook]

Webcomics: Wired UK reveals that Angry Birds co-founder Mikael Hed wrote a webcomic series called August Jessor in a past life -- like, way back in 2007. It's still online to peruse, to boot! [Robot6]

Gaming: Mike Fahey reviews the $160 Marvel Vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds Tournament Edition Arcade FightStick from Mad Catz. Bottom line: It's awesome.. [Kotaku]

Novelty: Programs like Comic Life have been topping photos with word balloons for years, but if you'd like to go the analog route, Perpetual Kid's upcoming $18 comic strip picture frame may be for you. [Boing Boing]

Art: Ward Sutton looks at Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark from the Wall Crawler's point of view with the hilarious "Spidey Super Theater Stories" strip. [TCR]


Animation: This week's episode of Young Justice will ship the teen heroes to BIALYA in "Bereft." [CBR]

Sculpture: Don't worry, Mr. Freeze didn't get the better of Batman. Someone awesome in Vermont did take the time to sculpt the Caped Crusader's awesome likeness, however. [The Beat]


Gaming: College Humor releases perhaps their best animated parody yet with "The Fantastic Mr. Star Fox." [CH]

Interviews: You can read part two of Andy Yen's interview with our own Andy Khouri, in which he gets downright philosophical about this thing called blogging. [Lalawag]