Humor: Freaking News imagines Wonder Woman during the Renaissance. [Blastr]

Gaming: Official confirmation of a Pokémon Gray might be coming on December 17. [Kotaku]

History: Glenn Hauman's 2007 recount of the piracy of Kyle Baker's "Letitia Lerner, Superman's Babysitter" story serves as an example of how -- right or wrong -- some some piracy is born. [Boing Boing]

Video: Mark Cheng's G.I. Joe fan film, Operation: Red Retrieval, is finally wrapped and online. [Topless Robot]

Toys: It appears movie Iron Man Mark II is getting his own shiny Revoltech in early 2012. [Marvelousnews]

Giving: Lego is tapping its Star Wars line to help kids this holiday season with a series of e-greetings to help kids in need. Over at LegoSantaYoda, you can pick content to share with family and friends. Every time you send one of the greetings, "LEGO Systems will donate one new LEGO toy to the U.S. Marine Corps' Toys for Tots program, up to 1 million toys." [Lego]

Toys: It appears Mega Bloks has a third Marvel mini-figure wave in store, featuring eight new figures. [Marvelousnews]

Balloons: One talented fan has created Wild Tiger of Tiger & Bunny fame with balloons. [ANN]

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