Each weekday, ComicsAlliance brings you a carefully selected variety of links from around the web about comics and comics-related media, including movies, video games, toys, and whatever else might be worth noting. Quite frankly, these are items you may just need to know about to have a productive day. Take a look at today's hand-picked links after the jump.
In our digital age, it's easy to think of pixels as the building blocks of art, but classic-minded crafters will be quick to remind you that cross-stitching was all about 8-bit before it was cool (not really, they're mostly just nice people with needles)
Digital: You've got until the end of tomorrow to redeem cod
Gaming: Stan Lee continues to swing in the latest image promoting his Amazon preorder exclusive playability in the upcoming The Amazing Spider-Man game.
Publishers: SLG Publishing has applied for a Chase Bank and LivingSocial's Mission: Small Business program grant, which, if obtained, would supply the c
Aggressive, let's call it... toysploration... has a bit of a bad name thanks to Toy Story's depiction of mad customizer Sid, but in the right hands creepy baby doll pieces can achieve a truly higher calling. Case in point: Stacey Rader/GeekyVixen's line of kitbashed and customized "Battle Babies." Working
Though it's not necessarily voluntary, baby cosplay is still probably the cutest corner of costume culture. With this in mind, Calleigh's Clilps and Crochet Creations has begun selling crochet pattern PDFs instructing yarn-philes in the art of decking out their younglings in Batman and/or Robin costumes on Etsy. At $5.95 a pop, it seems like a decent deal for the craft-inclined. Personally, I'm just happy to have been exposed to some kooky abbreviations for croche
(via Etsy user Geekasms)
A shared feeling of tremendous victory over a taxing 18-month separation while they pursued their career goals became the inspiration for the superhero-themed wedding of Megan Harrod and Thomas Suszynski. Embodying the t