Upcoming: Fantagraphics has unveiled its Spring/Summer 2012 distributor's catalog, which includes works by Gary Panter, Mort Meskin, Malcolm McNeill, Basil Wolverton, George Herriman, Josh Simmons, Gilbert Hernandez, Jaime Hernandez, Tom Kaczynski, Nicolas Mahler, Jacques Tardi, Gabriella Giandelli, Guy Peellaert, Lorenzo Mattotti, Ulli Lust and many, many more. [The Beat]

Freedom of Speech: The offices of French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo were firebombed, presumably by Islamic extremists, a day after the magazine named the Prophet Muhammad its editor-in-chief and ran a caricature of the Prophet. No injuries are reported. [The Daily Cartoonist]

Rulings: A Belgian judge has ruled that Tintin in the Congo isn't racist. He actually looked at it, right? [The Beat]

Gaming: DC Universe Online has released a new launch trailer for the game now that it's free-to-play. It's got the rock music. You know, for the kids. [DCUO]

Movies: Kelly Brook poses with some alien creatures on the Belguim set of the live action remake of the animated Heavy Metal movie. [io9]

Gaming: A new teaser trailer for the full version of HeroClix Online is up at Gametrailers. [GT]

Movies: The Rock says his Roadblock in G.I. Joe: Retaliation is a BAMF. I think I smell what he's cookin'. Think he'd mind if I called him RoadRock? [MTV]

Upcoming: Dark Horse Comics is teasing an upcoming project from Caitlín R. Kiernan. What might it be? [Dark Horse]

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