Gaming: According to Warner Bros. Montreal, after the success of Batman: Arkham City, they're "not satisfied anymore with sub-par superhero games" and are currently working on games starring other DC characters. [MTV]

Creators: Philadelphia's City Paper tried charging cartoonists a contest submission fee of $5. It didn't go well. [The Daily Cartoonist]

Legal: A New York judge has barred Archie Comics Co-CEO Nancy Silberkleit from contacting Archie staff or vendors for any reason other than those required by her contract with the publisher following the publisher's lawsuit against her this past summer. [CBR]

Gaming: A new trailer for Transformers: The Fall of Cybertron debuted this past weekend on Spike TV's Video Game Awards. Things don't look so good for Bumblebee. [Spike TV]

Movies: The Amazing Spider-Man movie won't feature cameos by former Spidey film franchise stars Tobey Maguire or Kirsten Dunst, but not for a lack of desire on their part. [Showbiz Spy]

Toys: WizKids will introduce new "Galactic Guardians" HeroClix to its Marvel line soon, expanding the playing field with new takes on cosmic characters. [ICv2]
Kaiju: There is totally a Godzilla Christmas tree at Japan's Aqua City Odaiba shopping mall. I want to be there right now. [Neatorama]

Anime: Gekijōban Pocket Monster Best Wishes! Kyurem Vs Seikenshi (Pokémon: Black & White the Movie - Kyurem Vs. the Sacred Sword Masters) will open next year in Japan. [ANN]