Toys: Starting in July two new variant Marvel Select figures of The Amazing Spider-Man will arrive at, and physical Disney Store locations: one with swappable "unmasking" body parts and one that's entirely metallic. [Art Asylum]

Legal: The final count in The Oatmeal's charity fundraiser response to FunnyJunk's lawsuit for the American Cancer Society and the National Wildlife Federation is $220,024. [The Daily Cartoonist]

Creators: Mark Millar was given an honorary degree by Glasgow Caledonian University last week. I wonder what his acceptance speech was like? [Daily Record]

Hotels: If you're headed to Tokyo, why not stay in one of the three, $340ish-a-night Gundam themed rooms at the Grand Pacific Le Daiba hotel? Well, aside from it being super expensive? [Kotaku]

Crowdfunding: Digitalmanga's Kickstarter to publish Osamu Tezuka's Unico has surpassed its fundraising goals with a few weeks to spare and has begun implementing new stretch incentives. [Kickstarter]

Gaming: Namco Bandai will release a Tokumei Sentai Go Busters game on the Nintendo DS in September in Japan. [Tokunation]

Design: If you've ever wanted to design your own virtual The Dark Knight Rises tumbler, Wired's got you covered with a new virtual engine that allows users to tool around in their custom non-Batmobiles. [Wired]

Fan Cuts: YouTube user kashchei2003 imagines a Doomsday movie using existing footage from various superhero films/games/TV shows. [Topless Robot]

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