Things We Saw Today: Archie’s Pal Kevin Keller at The Olympics

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Check out this Olympics-themed Archie comic! Romance, sports, and shenanigans abound! (via Newsarama.)

  • British actor Bob Hoskins announced his retirement today, after being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. He’s best known as Eddie in Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, and more recently, Muir in Snow White and the Huntsman. Sad day! (via The Hollywood Reporter.)
  • Watch these great make-up tutorials by 12-year-old cancer patient Talia Castellano. Prepare yourself for a lot of feelings, and a kick-ass make up lesson to boot. (via The Frisky.)

Here’s a new poster from season 3 of The Walking Dead! I’m particularly excited by the presence of Michonne, who looks quite ready to kick some ass. (via MTV Splash Page.)

  • Check out the kickstarter for Gail Simone’s Leaving Megalopolis, “a thrilling, original 80 page graphic novel of suspense and terror in a superhero universe gone horribly wrong, where a small band of survivors face the horror of both their formerly beloved protectors, and the dark secrets within themselves.” Consider us super pumped for this  graphic novel!
  • Judith Crist, an influential film critic first hired by The New York Herald Tribune, and the first woman to hold such a position at a major U.S. newspaper, passed away at age 90. (via The AV Club.)

This 7-foot-long LEGO Serenity replica took over 475 hours to make. That’s a dedicated browncoat. (via Geekologie.)

  • You guys, making gifs is now a viable career option! Hurry, quit your day jobs and get your portfolio (ahem, your Tumblr) ready! (via Jezebel.)
  • Ever get sidetracked while watching the Olympics because you just can’t wrap your head around the physics of all of these amazing human feats of strength and agility? Well, okay, maybe you don’t, but Wired is here to help you break down the science of pole vaulting anyway. (via Wired.)

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