Quick comics news hits around the web:

-- "Whiteout" producer Joel Silver wants to make "Swamp Thing: The Movie"... in 3D. [io9]

-- The "Batman Beyond" cartoon series is coming back as a comic book miniseries. [Newsarama]

-- A rundown of the various Marvel deals for movies, toys, video games and themes park, and when they'll expire so Disney can scoop them up. [Deadline Hollywood Daily]

-- Time magazine lists the Top 10 Oddest Marvel characters, from The Asbestos Lady to Spider-Ham.

-- Tokyopop loses its licenses for manga series like "Chobits" and "Love Hina," as Japanese publisher Kodasha moves to Random House for it own distribution. [The Beat]

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