Theme Parks: A Justice League: Alien Invasion 3D ride is coming to Australia's Warner Bros. Movie World in September. [SHH]

Tech: Wal-Mart has a new Webslinger augmented reality app that shoppers can use to pose with a version of The Amazing Spider-Man. [WM]

Fresh Ink! Online: Host Blair Butler is joined by Kyle Higgins (Nightwing, Deathstroke) to chat about The Cape, Astonishing X-Men and Astonishing Spider-Man and Wolverine. [G4]

Toys: SDCC 2012 attendees will be able to pick up a Marvel Universe X-Factor box set for $50 at the convention and potentially afterward from if enough are left over. [Marvel]

Art: Olly Moss imagines what Benjamin Franklin's take on Voltron might have been like. [io9]

Anime: Viz Media will launch a $6.99 per month "24-hour anime channel" called Neon Alley onto video game consoles this fall. [Neon Alley]

Giant Things: An entirely too wholesome 60-foot long statue/slide for children of Neon Genesis Evangelion star Rei Ayanami statue/slide for children is set to be constructed in Tokyo for the "Shiohaku Expo 2012" summer amusement event, which runs July 25 - August 26. [ANN]

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