Gaming: Marvel Vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds will get its first DLC on March 1, which will include new costumes for six playable characters (including a classicish Thor, Iron Patriot and Steve Rogers) for $5. [Joystiq]

Publications: Wizard World Digital will launch as a free (ad supported) weekly publication on February 23. [iFanboy]

Industry: DC Entertainment at Warner Bros. has named Courtney Simmons its new Senior Vice President of Publicity. [The Source]

Conventions: King City creator Brandon Graham's official poster for Portland's upcoming Stumptown Comics Fest is a sight to behold. Additionally, CA will be there in full effect as EIC Laura Hudson's been selected as a judge for the Stumptown Comics Awards. [SCF]

Toys: Bandai's upcoming Thundercats toys continue to evolve on the Toy Fair showroom floor. [ComicVine]

Gaming: A new Voltron videogame is in the works from THQ as part of the coordinated reboot of the property that includes the upcoming Voltron Force animated series on Nicktoons. In the meantime, the Voltron mobile game on the iPhone is pretty fun. [Variety]

Actors: The Guild creator Felicia Day is taking another flight of fantasy in new web series Dragon Age: Redemption, playing the sarcastic elven assassin Tallis. [USA Today]

Movies: Dreamworks has has optioned Bloom County creator Berkeley Breathed's illustrated book Flawed Dogs for an animated feature, which is timely given the upcoming March 11 release of Disney's Breathed adaptation Mars Needs Moms. [ICv2]

Gaming: It's not exactly uncharted territory, but don't expect to be able to buy a functioning used copy of Sony's DC Universe Online for the PlayStation3. All copies are tied to one-time use codes. [Joystiq]

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