Webcomics: My college roommates and I used to kick back with a brew or two and reflect on the madness that was Nickelodeon's '90s contest of might, GUTS. We'd usually laugh at the kids who lost while watching reruns on (the now defunct) Nick GAS. Reading Sean Michael Robinson's GUTS: A Young Adult Television Fiasco naturally makes me feel like a bigger jerk than normal. [Top Shelf 2.0]

Legal: Viz has dropped its initial plans to sue 1,337 (which was later reduced to just 1) alleged One Piece episode Torrenters. Of course, it reserves the right to pursue legal action again down the road. [ANN]

Gaming: Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters will get the Nintendo 3DS treatment on June 7, which should work out nicely for its assured scores of emerald constructs. [Joystiq]

Infographics: Raptr translates Marvel Vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds player data into one awesome infographic. [Kotaku]

Art: Stanley Chow imagines Jon Hamm as Batman and Superman. It don't take no stinkin' Don Draper to sell you on these babies! [Super Punch]


Movies: Super's Boltie does her best to stand in impossible superheroine poses, which comes off incredibly creepy. [Gamma Squad]

Webcomics: Stickycomics takes online loneliness to its logical conclusion. [TDW]


Animation: I love Peanuts and think Linus is a nice kid, but the "be true to yourself or something" extended metaphor his security blanket inspires seems painfully drawn out in this Happiness is a Warm Blanket Charlie Brown trailer. I'm a jerk who likes it better when his little brother Rerun mocks him for being a baby and Snoopy responds with his haunting cackle. [The Daily Cartoonist]

Art: I don't remember Batman and Wolverine's Marvel Vs. DC battle ending like this. You cad, Ryan Ottley! [Tumblr]

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