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  1. Michonne Will Permanently Kick Ass In Your Home With The New McFarlane Walking Dead Statue

    Bloody Good Fun

    How much do you love The Walking Dead's Michonne? Do you love her enough to pay $295 for a limited edition Todd McFarlane statue of her killing zombies dead? Get all the details and see the full statue after the jump! 

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  2. Things We Saw Today: What Bane’s Mask Almost Looked Like

    Things We Saw Today

    Here's a page from The Art and Making of the Dark Knight Trilogy that shows us what Bane's mask almost looked like. I don't know about you, but I think he would have been infinitely more terrifying, albeit out of place in the Nolanverse, with his eyes covered. (via Blastr.)

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  3. Things We Saw Today: A Definition of Brave

    Things We Saw Today

    Dean Hipp produces pop culture mashups so good that it makes us angry. And while this isn't a mashup, we're still shaking our fists. (Misterhipp)

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  4. Neil Gaiman & Todd McFarlane Settle Spawn Dispute, Clarify Comic Book Copyright

    I will make it legal!

    A long-time lawsuit, over who owned select characters created for McFarlane's Spawn, between creators Neil Gaiman and Todd McFarlane has finally been settled. And according to Gaiman, the suit sets a new precedent for comic book copyright that could prove beneficial for the industry going forward. 

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  5. Things We Saw Today: Doctor Who Framed Roger Rabbit

    Things We Saw Today

    We love a good pun. (via Martin Starr) Hit the jump for tons of other stuff we saw today! 

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  6. Neil Gaiman Defeats Todd McFarlane in Legal Battle Over Spawn Characters

    It's not everyday you see the Associated Press link to Neil Gaiman's blog. So what's all the fuss about? Yesterday, a federal court judge ruled that Spawn creator Todd McFarlane owed royalties to the Sandman writer, over three derivative characters—Dark Ages Spawn and shapely warrior angels Domina and Tiffany—based on Gaiman's own "Medieval Spawn" characters, created when he guest wrote issue #9 in 1993. We recount the case's history, which stretches back over seven years, after the break.

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