Movies: You may have known all about how George Lucas financed Red Tails, a movie out in January about WWII's Tuskegee Airmen, but did you know Boondocks creator Aaron McGruder co-wrote it? Nice. [The Daily Cartoonist]

Industry: Wizard has hired Kevin Kelly as managing editor of Wizard World's digital initiatives. [The Beat]

Gaming: President of Warner Interactive Martin Tremblay teased an unnamed DC superhero game due out in 2012 in an interview with the Los Angeles Times. What could it be? [LAT]

Threads: 80stees has DC superhero socks featuring capes. Wonder Woman wears a cape sometimes, you know? [The Mary Sue]

Gaming: If you're keen on NOS energy drink, you'll be able to access the Batman Beyond skin for Batman: Arkham City before other fans through the drink's rewards program. [NOS]

Adorable: Apparently, Toy Story 3 art director Daisuke Tsutsumi is married to Hayao Miyazaki's niece, who was the inspiration for Mei in My Neighbor Totoro. They met in elementary school, but parted ways for most of their life until they met again at a fundraiser event to save a forest that inspired MNT. [ANN]

Piracy: A list of the ten most pirated films of all time includes some familiar titles for comic fans such as The Dark Knight, Transformers, Kick-Ass and The Incredible Hulk. [Gizmodo]

Gaming: The Gotham City Impostors public Beta is now open to registered players. [GCI]

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