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Link Ink: ‘Arrow’ Counts On Seth Gabel, More ‘Street Fighter X Mega Man’ And ’80s Joker


TV: New Arrow stills show what Seth Gabel (Fringe) will look like as The Count in the Jan. 30 episode, "Vertigo."

Reality TV: One of the people who worked on King of the Nerds is more or less sorry for how the show has turned out, after working hard to make it as decent as possible...

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Former ‘Fringe’ Agent Switches Sides To Become ‘Arrow’ Bad Guy Count Vertigo


Arrow has found its Count Vertigo, and it's a familiar face to genre TV fans: Fringe's former Agent Lincoln Lee, Seth Gabel, has signed on to play the new series' "deadliest adversary to date."TVLine is reporting that Gabel will debut in an early 2013 episode of the CW series entitled "Vertigo," which, while it won't be the name of the character adapted from DC Comics' long-standing Suicide Squad member and Green Arrow nemesis, will be the name of a deadly new drug doing the rounds of Starling City that Oliver Queen sets out to investigate...

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The CW Orders a Full Season of ‘Arrow’ Based on DC Comics’ Emerald Archer


Someone at the CW must really, really like Oliver Queen. After a multi-year stint as a supporting character on the long-running Smallville, the television network has promoted Green Arrow to star status with the announcement of a series order for the hour-long show Arrow...

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Link Ink: Ralph Wiggum, the MC Chris Cartoon and New ‘Fringe’ Comic Creators


Upcoming: Ralph Wiggum, the Lisa-loving, leprechaun-seeing secondary star of The Simpsons is getting his own one-shot from Bongo Comics on February 29.

Creators: Jeff Parker (Thunderbolts, Underground) recommends some conversation points new comic collaborators should consider when starting a project together...

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DC Launches Digital ‘Fringe’ Comic Tie-In Series ‘Beyond The Fringe’


The last season of Fringe left fans yelling stuff like "Whaaaaaa?!," meaning the show's season four kickoff this Friday has been a long time coming. As nice as it will be just to hop back into the show, viewers also have the chance to fill in the gap between seasons with a new digital comic series, Beyond the Fringe, available at DC's digital storefront and apps for $0...

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Warner Bros. Announces Free Comic-Con Backpacks


If you've been to the San Diego Comic-Con International in the past few years, you've no doubt come to expect seeing/using Warner Brothers' free totes bearing timely promotional images for its TV shows, movies and comics...

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Link Ink: Opus The Peahen?, An Avenger’s ‘Thor’ Cameo and The Pope Gets a Manga


TV: In the alternate reality featured on Fox's Fringe, Berkeley Breathed's Opus is a... lady?

Animation: American Pie icon Jason Biggs will voice Leonardo in Nickelodeon's upcoming TMNT revival.

Lists: Adrian Beiting counts down 10 of the raddest McDonald's Happy Meals...

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Business Cards from Your Favorite Fictional Comics Companies


Prepare to make the nerdiest "American-Psycho"-business-card-scene jokes ever, thanks to designer Fro and his lovely set of business cards from some of the biggest fictional companies like Wayne Enterprises, Stark Industries and the Umbrella Corporation...

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DC’s Alternate Covers Hit the ‘Fringe’ Season Finale


After two days of teases, DC's The Source has finally rolled out the full images of its alternate dimension comic book covers that appeared on Thursday night's season finale of "Fringe" on FOX.

The wall-mounted covers were fairly visible to fan eyes, although these up close and personal images shed a lot more light on DC's output on the other side...

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Red Lantern/Arrow Image is Actually From a Parallel Universe


When DC teased a special Red Lantern/Red Arrow cover yesterday, I sheepishly assumed it was just part of the publisher's special line of 75th anniversary variant covers. While that assumption may have been reasonable, it turns out the truth about the image is even more interesting...

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