Movies: Fans may not know what Bane has in store for Batman in The Dark Knight Rises, but Tom Hardy seems to have cheerfully "broken" at least one crew member while working on the film. [Blastr]

Digital: Counter to what CA was originally told, Dark Horse has "chosen to release all new single-issue comics digitally for the price of $2.99 for the first month, dropping to our standard digital pricing of $1.99 after that." [Dark Horse]

Animation: Some conservatives think movies like the Astro Boy, The Incredibles and others have overt political agendas. Is there a political party devoted to licensing merchandise or something? [THR]

Gaming: DC Comics is coming to HeroClix Online in the form of new maps and more than a dozen DC figures on December 7. [HeroClix Online]

Fresh Ink! Online: Blair Butler and guest host Jim McCann discuss Cobra, Davedevil, Infinite Horizon, FF, Ultimates, Locke & Key, Richard Stark's Parker: The Martini Edition and The Art of Tim Burton. [FIO]

Gaming: A new Thor board is now available in Marvel Pinball (which is now on almost every gaming platform). [Marvel]

Shelvage: Even if you're not a DVD collector, you've got to admire RPF user msmuse101's Doctor Who TARDIS bookcase. [Geeks are Sexy]

Tech: Crabfu's new video review of the Wacom Inkling in action looks at the device's current capabilities. [Boing Boing]

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