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DeviantART user Gingashi has decided to cut Batman's rogues gallery in half by blending the villains of Gotham together. I'd happily watch Harley Quinn take up the mantle of the Ventriloquist for a while with the Scarface puppet, but having half of Harvey Dent's body turn into Clayface seems like a special kind of hell.
Video: YouTuber Demi Adejuyigbe manages to improve American Psycho with... Pokémon cards?
Animation: Obnoxio the clown is back in the latest Marvel Super Heroes: What The--?!
Craft: Dark Horse profiles the prolific letterer Nate Piekos as he works on the continued adventures of Francesco Francavilla's The Black Beetle.
Movies: The CES version of the Pacific Rim trailer packs in even more mecha vs. kaiju action.
Toys: Tiny Young Justice skateboards can now be yours as part of McDonald's latest Happy Meal.
Legal: Silicon Knights has been ordered to destroy the code for, and recall all unsold copies of X-Men: Destiny (and Too Human) as the result of losing a lawsuit by Epic Games for breach of an Unreal engine licensing agreement.
Prints: Matthew G. Olin's typographic superheroes can now be purchas
TV: An hour-long animated adaptation of Joshua Williamson and Vicente Navarrete's all-ages Dear Dracula from Image will debut on October 16 on Cartoon Network as part the channel's "Spooky Specials" Halloween programming.
Gaming: Registration has opened for the Marvel Heroes MMO, with select fans eligible for Closed Beta access.
Upcoming: It looks l
Charles Forsman got our attention last fall when he imagined Raiders of the Lost Ark in the style of Popeye, but the Snake Oil creator's latest movie/comic strip remix casting Charles Schulz's Peanuts gang in Steven Spielberg's Jaws might be even more endearing. Though he's a fan of the Jaws novel at heart, Forsman illustrated movie scenes for fan familiarity. All seven strips depicting key moments
By now, everyone and their mother has probably seen the video that mashes up the audio of "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" with footage from "The Matrix," but from what I can tell, that's only the start. Toda
On the surface, Scott Pilgrim and Thomas "Neo" Anderson may not seem to have a whole lot in common. Sure, they're both fighters on an epic journey, but Scott's actions are a little more romantically motivated than Neo's world-saving "Chosen One" mission