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Link Ink: ‘Rick And Morty’ Gets A Second Season, LEGO Comes To ‘The Simpsons’ And The ‘Black Widow’ Movie

Rick and Morty
Adult Swim

Thursday's links are waiting for you, after the jump.

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The Skateboards, Vampires, And Simpsons Art Of Isaac Lenkiewicz [Art]

Isaac Lenkiewicz, isaaclenkiewicz.blogspot.com

The first thing I saw when I went to check out Isaac Lenkiewicz's art was a post about how he messed up his hand falling off a skateboard, so even before I got too far, I was pretty sure I was going to like what he had to offer. Turns out, I was right: The stuff he posts at his website, including short comics inspired by Die Hard, sumo-wrestling giants and Bart Simpson fighting a vampire with a skateboard? Turns out that is exactly my jam, and "Challenge Bear" might be my new favorite character.

Check below to find some favorites, including an entry from his pixel art blog!

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Ben Aslett Draws Kill-Happy Fishermen, Devonshire Devils And The Simpsons [Art]

Ben Aslett, http://www.benaslett.co.uk

One of the most fun things about looking at awesome art all day for work -- which, I assure you, is actually pretty fun -- is seeing familiar icons rendered in entirely new ways. Case in point: British illustrator Ben Aslett, who lent his unique style to a few drawings of America's favorite family, the Simpsons. For these, Aslett's art took on a quality that reminds me a lot of the Golden storybooks I used to have as a kid, but digging deeper into his art shows that his friendly faces show up in a lot of different ways, from a robot Billy Bass to a depiction of the Devil of Devonshire.

Check out a few of our favorites below!

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Link Ink: ‘The Simpsons’ Going Streamable, High Art Hello Kitty And More Clayface Sculpting

The Simpsons FX Now
FOX

Click through for all of your Friday links.

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‘The Simpsons’ Studio Ghibli Homage Is Something Special [Video]

The Simpsons Studio Ghibli Homage
FOX

If you thought that Comic Book Guy marrying a mangaka named Kumiko in this Sunday's new The Simpsons episode, "Married to the Blob" was going to be all Hulk Hands and Stan Lee and Harlan Ellison cameos, rest assured that principally western pop culture references aren't going to hog all of the airtime. In a new clip posted by Fox's Animation Domination channel, fans can watch an intoxicated Homer and the father of the bride-to-be stumble through a Studio Ghibli/Hayao Miyazaki-inspired wonderland chock full of homages to Spirited Away, My Neighbor Totoro, Castle in the SkyKiki's Delivery Service and more. It may be the best thing you'll see all week... with the full episode probably being the best thing you'll see on Sunday.

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Official (Awesome) Images And Video Of LEGO’s ‘The Simpsons’ House Set Surface [Video]

The Simpsons House LEGO
LEGO

Listen, we know you probably already saw the low-res images (complete with sweet glaring flash!) of LEGO's upcoming The Simpsons House set that surfaced over the weekend. They were everywhere. We don't blame you for looking. We did. But you know what? You deserve better. Hit the jump to see the official, hi-res images, along with an HD video of the set in action.

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Comic Book Guy To Marry A Manga Artist On An Upcoming ‘The Simpsons’ Episode

The Simpsons Married to the Blob
FOX

The Android's Dungeon & Baseball Card Shop owner Jeff Albertson, the character from The Simpsons known to most as Comic Book Guy, has had his share of romances in the show's 25-year history, dating Agnes Skinner and nearly marrying Edna Krabappel.

Now, it seems he's finally found his one and only, a manga artist named Kumiko who is working on an autobiographical manga. If the screenshots (and the title) from the Jan. 12 episode, titled "Married to the Blob" are any indication, they'll be tying the knot. Check out some of those very screenshots after the jump.

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Buy This Book: ‘The Wonderful World Of Lisa Simpson’ #1

The Wonderful World of Lisa Simpson #1, Bongo Comics

It might just be me, but I have to imagine that for a lot of people my age, it's still a little surprising to see Bongo's commitment to producing kid-friendly Simpsons comics. Pleasantly surprised, you understand, but still, I remember being a kid when that show started, and I have fond memories of both the parental outcry about how the Simpsons were actively destroying family values and the truly hilarious explosion of bootleg merchandise that followed its initial popularity. And yet, here we are, with a long-running line of comics that uses some of the most popular characters in any medium of the last quarter century to tell stories directed squarely at younger readers, and does it with a consistently high level of quality.

The latest offering: The Wonderful World of Lisa Simpson #1, a one-shot anthology of stories focusing on the Simpsons' often beleaguered middle child, told by a roster of all-star creators, mostly women, and it is great.

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Fox And ‘The Simpsons’ Will Air ‘Bart The Lover’ To Honor Marcia Wallace On Sunday

Bart The Lover

A new episode of The Simpsons will air tomorrow, in its usual 8 p.m. EST time slot. But before that Fox will air "Bart The Lover," the memorable season three episode, in honor of Marcia Wallace, the voice of Edna Krabappel who passed away last week at the age of 70.

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Marcia Wallace, The Voice Of Edna Krabappel On ‘The Simpsons,’ Passes Away

Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel
Getty Images/Fox

Emmy-winning veteran actress Marcia Wallace has passed away, due to complications from breast cancer. In 1972, Wallace became a part of television history when she was cast to play Carol Kester, the joke-loving receptionist to Dr. Robert Hartley on The Bob Newhart Show. It was a breakout role for the actress, but to an entire generation of television viewers Wallace will forever be remembered as Edna Krabappel, Bart Simpson's cynical, sarcastic, and largely unlucky in love fourth grade teacher on The Simpsons.

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