The Walking Dead's season finale was watched by more than six million viewers - the most for any episode of the season. That's a lot of people who have come to love zombies since Halloween. [iFanboy]

Movies: It's been a long time since I gave any real thought to the 1980 live action Popeye film, but it turns out it's well worth reflecting on. [The Comics Reporter]

TV: Things aren't looking awesome for an ABC adaptation of Bill Willingham's Fables, but there's still some hope. According to the creator, "The TV show that was prematurely announced is probably dead - don't hold me to that, because I don't know. Hopefully, I'll know before it airs, but I'm kind of out of the loop." [io9]

Indie: Blammo creator Noah Van Sciver digs up an unused cartoon interview with his older brother Ethan's frequent collaborator Geoff Johns. [nvansciver]

Movies: It looks like Iron Man 3 will theoretically act as a sequel to the Thor, Captain America and The Avengers films. But not even director Jon Favreau knows exactly how... yet. [MTV Splash Page]

Gaming: The final installment of Doctor Who: The Adventure Games will hit on December 25 and pit the Doctor against the shadow monsters known as the Vashta Nerada. [io9]

Art: Japanese hobby and crafts maker Sankei is now selling 1/150-scale papercraft diorama kits of the little girls' house from Hayao Miyazaki's My Neighbor Totoro. It is insanely detailed. [Anime News Network]

Movies: Set photos from the upcoming Judge Dredd film make Mega-City One's vehicles seem a little sunnier than usual. [Superhero Hype]

Toys: Mega Man and Proto Man get the Halo treatment via custom action figures by Jin Saotome. I want these to be mass-produced so, so badly. Kotaku]

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