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Link Ink: Joker’s Vandalism, ‘Thor 2′ Endings Explained, And Golgo 13 Honored

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New ‘LEGO Marvel Super Heroes’ Animated Series ‘Maximum Overload’ Smashes Online [Video]

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Hot off the heels of the release of the video game LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, the toy brand and the comics publisher are teaming up once again for a five-episode Web series that will be available on the Disney YouTube channel as well as Disney's Roku and XBox-connected TV apps.

Maximum Overload, which finds Loki amassing an army to take on all of Marvel's heroes, went online today with all five episodes. It's loaded with cameos (look out for J.K. Simmons as J. Jonah Jameson and Stan Lee in episode 2). You can hit the jump to watch all five shorts in full right now.

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Xenomurphy’s LEGO Arkham Asylum Is The Raddest Thing You’ll See Today

Xenomurphy's Arkham Asylum, via Flickr

I don't think I'm blowing anyone's mind here when I say that Arkham Asylum has more personality than any other building in comics. Heck, it's got more personality than a lot of characters. I can't think of any comics or video games named after, say, The Daily Planet Building or even Avengers Mansion, but something about Arkham keeps drawing people back to obsessing over it. My guess is that it's the interior gargoyles.

What will blow your mind, though, is a LEGO creation built over the course of a year by Thornsten Bosch, alias Xenomurphy, depicting a mass breakout at the Elizabeth Arkham Asylum for the Criminally Insane. It's one of the most beautifully crafted, painstakingly detailed and flat-out massive LEGO sets I've ever seen, based loosely on Chicago's Tribune Building. Check out some amazing shots below!

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DC Heroes Get Silly In Trailer For ‘The Lego Movie’ [Video]

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From the looks of it, The LEGO Movie tells the classic hero's journey story. An ordinary guy finds himself in extraordinary circumstances, and he rises to them.

There are just a couple twists on that: First, he's a LEGO man. Second, he is routinely assisted by Batman (and Wonder Woman, and Superman, and maybe Abraham Lincoln, though he seems to be on the fence). Check out the brand-new trailer for the movie after the jump.

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Link Ink: ‘The Walking Dead’ Game Sequel, ‘Young Justice: Legacy’ Wii-less And ‘Gatchaman Crowds Second’

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Link Ink: Bill Watterson Talks ‘Calvin And Hobbes,’ More Marvel Vinylmation And The Sailor Moon Proplica

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Universal Press Syndicate/Bill Watterson

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Link Ink: LEGO ‘Thor: The Dark World,’ Lost ‘Doctor Who’ Found And Hot Toys Gets A Secret Base

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TT Games

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Link Ink: The xkcd Asteroid, Vinyl Ultron And LEGO BMO

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Link Ink: ‘One Piece’ Watermelons, A Vinyl Batmobile And LEGO Macross

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You Wish These ‘Masters Of The Universe’ LEGO Sets Existed

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Displaying a grasp of fake Lego mastery never before seen by human eyes, hobbyist Alex Jones (not that one, a German guy) spent two months of his life building the most amazing set of Masters of the Universe LEGO you'll ever see, and may never buy. Check out a few of the more jaw-dropping pieces after the jump.

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