Gaming: Warner Bros. has registered domain names for, and for an unspecified, but possibly videogame-related purpose (It has nothing to do with Sunsoft's 1989 Batman movie game for the NES). Hmmmm... [Joystiq]

Anime: A new Rurouni Kenshin anime has been cleared for production according to Jump Square magazine. More details are forthcoming. [ANN]

Awards: The winners of this year's Stumptown Comics Fest (as partially judged by our own EIC Laura Hudson) are now live. [The Daily Cartoonist]

Gifs: We've seen a lot of Paul Robertson's animated Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World: The Game .gifs, but we never mind more. [Tumblr]

Customs: Cosmic Marvel fixture The Living Tribunal gets his action figure due care of customizer argenta-2008. [Toycutter]

Threads: Tee Fury's sale of joebot's Firefly themed shirt may be over and done, but the awesome image will live on in our hearts. No power in the verse can stop nostalgia! [Tee Fury]

Tech: If you haven't dug the current stylus options on the iPad/tablet market, Wacom's got a $30 option in the pipeline that could wind up delighting the artist inside with a 25 percent narrower point that its competition. [Gizmodo]

Toys: Diamond Select and Art Asylum's first wave of Marvel Vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds toys will officially include includes Iron Man Vs. Arthur, Deadpool Vs. Dante, Phoenix Vs. Morrigan and Dormamu Vs. Trish this October. [Marvelousnews]

Mashups: One artist's fusion of Back to the Future and Futurama should be right up fans of either franchise's respective alleys. [The Mary Sue]

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