Movies: The Amazing Spider-Man's sequel has been dated for May 2, 2014. Sony's got some serious faith in their Webslinger reboot. [THR]

Webcomics: Doug TenNapel's Ratfist has wrapped at 150 online pages. The full story will be collected by Image in December. [The Daily Cartoonist]

Manga: Studio Ghibli producer Toshio Suzuki has said that Ghibli founder Hayao Miyazaki is working on an autobiography or a possible adaptation of another person's autobiography for his next project. [ANN]

TV: The Aquabats chronicle their long journey to children's show stardom on The Hub. [io9]

Gaming: Japan's version of the Batman: Arkham City limited edition bundle will come packaged with its own colored version of the US's black and white Kotobukiya statue, driving collector's on either side of the Pacific wild with variant envy. [Kotaku]

Movies: Disney has hired Night At The Museum co-writer Robert Ben Garant to adapt Tokihiko Matsuura's Tuxedo Gin manga into Tux. [Deadline]

Customs: Toysrevil displays some awesome kitbashed DMZ customs in a blog post about toy team-building. [Toysrevil]

Dancing: Morgan Day and Emily Wigger show off their Super Mario Bros. Routine at the National Jitterbug Championships 2011. It's not quite "doing the Mario," but it's plenty awesome. [YouTube]

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