Movies: The standees for X-Men: First Class look just as massive as the cardboard mjolnirs for Thor. [Marvel]

Interviews: Shaun Manning talks to Mega Man Megamix and Mega Man Gigamix manga creator Hitoshi Ariga about adapting Capcom's games into a flowing narrative. [CBR]

Musicals: The Spidey Project has come and gone, but it sounds awesome, by Arachne! [TheMarySue]

Toys: People give grownups who watch cartoons a hard time, but seeing Hasbro's TV ad for the Thor movie Lightning Hammer toy, it's pretty clear kid's shows have the best commercials. [Marvel]

Out Now: Lex Luthor stole 40 cakes in Chris Roberson's Superman #709. That's as many as four tens and that's terrible. [Tumblr of Dean Trippe]

Conventions: Due to the crisis in Japan, the Tokyo International Anime Fair 2011 has been canceled. [ANN]

Art: Ian Leino assembles sci-fi's greatest guns into a single blaster image that you can buy for $19. [Blastr]

Fundraising: In an effort to help raise money for disaster relief in Japan, Kotobukiya is currently auctioning off some of its most rare statues, a few of which are signed by comic industry talent. [Nerdstock]

Trading Cards: In Asgard (and Trader Cracks) trading cards are all the rage. Just look at this Thor movie series. [SuperHeroHype]

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