Amazing: Tumblr user Transie's Poké ball rose by any other evolution would look as awesome. [Neatorama]

Crime: A copy of Amazing Fantasy #15 worth an estimated $15,000 has reportedly gone missing from a comic collector's home in Lincoln, Nebraska. [Journal Star]

Industry: Cowboys and Aliens rightsholders Platinum Studios apparently lost $7.5 million in the first half of 2011 and are now working to raise $10 million in capital. [ICv2]

Animation: Just in case you didn't catch it in the official DC Nation promo (I didn't), Amethyst of Gemworld is getting her own animated short. [Robot 6]

Cookies: Decorating awesome homemade Star Wars cookies doesn't require officially licensed cookie cutters, especially if you're as talented as Sweetsugarbelle. [TDW]

Video: Alan Moore lends his support for the Harvey Pekar memorial Kickstarter. [Boing Boing]

Upcoming: Boom! Studios will print variant covers for its new Peanuts comic featuring Charles M. Schulz's original versions of Charlie Brown, Lucy, Linus and Snoopy on issues #1-4, respectively. [Comics Continuum]

Anime: Japanese fans will soon be able to mail items with Dragon Ball Kai stamps. [ANN]

Toys: Diamond Select and Art Asylum's new Marvel Comics neon sign evokes some serious comic shop from the '90s (and present day, depending on your retailer) nostalgia. [Art Asylum]

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