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Following the success of the Avengers film, and with Iron Man 3 set to hit theaters next month, the characters who make up Marvels Avengers team are more recognizable than ever. Naturally, the publisher is taking advantage of that fact via merchandise, including the two t-shirts pictured above.
Art: Bart Sandel crafts Nutcracker versions of Optimus Prime, Skeletor and other fun characters.
Customs: Gregos Thomas imagines a Masters of the Universe line from LEGO with a CG rendered minifig poster.
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
Threads: DC has unveiled a new line of Marc Ecko Batman graphic tees.
Gaming: Joystiq got to spend some time with a very early build of Activision and High Noon's Deadpool title during Gamescon. So far the outlook is promising.
TV: Louie CK can't keep his hand off volumes of Yotsuba&! in a recent episode of Louie. We don't know why, but we approve!
Manga: Although he's decided on an ending, Naruto creator Masashi Kishimoto told Japan's Otona Fami magazine that he can't foretell how much longer the series will continue, meaning fans should probably brace their shelves for plenty more volumes.
Theory: Centives continues to examine The Dark Knight Rises with a look a
As the fourth and latest installment of Threadless' Comics-On Tees series, writer Chris Roberson (iZombie, Memorial) collaborates with artists Mike Allred, Colleen Coover, Chris Samnee, and Francesco Francavilla to create a collection of t-shirts entitled Monkey Around. The Comics-On Tees series (which debuted at San Diego Comic Con 2011) features a fusion of fashion, art, and comic narratives; each