This makes me angry for two reasons. First, it reminds me that I’ve consumed every episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation and I can never experience them again for the first time. Second, I have absolutely nowhere to put this mini-fridge in my home.

Sure it may have that cool, green glow… It may keep my drinks cool and within arms reach… It may… you know what? Screw this, I’ll make room.

Source: ThinkGeek


Mondays suck. That’s why we here at Mighty Ink Comics and Entertainment vow to brighten it up a little bit by giving you something to nod your head to. Those who listen to our podcast know we have a wide range of musical tastes. Music Mondays will feature music from, inspired by, or remixed from our favorite games, comics, and other media.


During DC’s panel at San Diego Comic Con, fans were treated to what we’ve all been waiting to see: Gal Gadot in full Wonder Woman regalia. What are your thoughts?


Sensory Overload: The Gigantic Comic Con Edition Part I (7/25)
By Lex Lutz

This week we have a lot news from San Diego Comic Con, including a new picture of Batman Ben Affleck, Agents of S.H.I.E.LD casting, Age of Ultron artwork, and so much more after the jump!
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PRESS RELEASE: This coming April, New York Times bestselling writer Rick Remender (Uncanny Avengers, Uncanny X-Force) re-teams with critically acclaimed artists and frequent collaborators Jerome Opeña & Dean White (Avengers, Uncanny X-Force) to take Earth’s Mightiest Heroes old and new to the brink of destruction in Avengers: Rage of Ultron – an all-new original graphic novel! Time and time again, Ultron has reformed himself, each time more powerful than the last. Now, with complete control over the central computer core of Saturn’s moon Titan, only the Avengers stand in the way of total annihilation at the hands of Planet Ultron! This full length original graphic novel marks another stellar offering from Marvel’s all new OGN line, featuring the world’s most popular super heroes brought to life by the best creators and debuts in a high-end, oversized format featuring sophisticated packaging and design.

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PRESS RELEASE: Today during their panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego, comiXology, the revolutionary cloud-based digital comics platform, unveiled a new DRM-free backup feature that allows customers to download and store copies of their books.
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PRESS RELEASE: Award-winning publisher BOOM! Studios invites horror fans to open the puzzle box and explore all-new tales of the LeMarchand Device with CLIVE BARKER’S HELLRAISER: BESTIARY, a new anthology-style limited series that picks up where classic horror anthologies like Tales from the Crypt and Vault of Horror left off.

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You didn’t think the Batman news was over just because Batman Day was yesterday, did you? Dan Didio wants us to live every day like it’s Batman Day, apparently as he tweeted an up-close look at Ben Affleck’s cape and cowl from the floor of SDCC. Of course we’ll have to wait until Superman v Batman: Dawn of Justice to see it in action, but it’s real. It’s a tangible thing, and we’re getting closer than ever to witnessing DC’s movie universe become a reality.

***UPDATED*** with pics from Caitlin Holland.

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The folks at Humble Bundle are at it again, and this time they’ve teamed up with IDW and Hasbro. In honor of San Diego Comic Con (or Comic Con International depending on who you ask), one hundred issues of Transformer goodness are available until August 6th for a donation of your choosing. Click here to check it out, and read on for the official press release!
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Batman’s iconic costume has been reimagined many times over his 75-year career, but it’s never been seen like it will be at SDCC 2014. To celebrate Batman: Arkham Knight from Rocksteady Studios , DC Comics and Vice have teamed up to present a one-of-a-kind art exhibit show called Cape/Cowl/Create!

Over twenty hot artists from DC Comics, the tattoo art scene, the graffiti world, and the edge of cool have all been given the ultimate blank slate—a white latex reproduction of Batman’s famous cowl and cape. Each will bring his or her own unique sensibility to decorate this piece however they see fit.

Lee Bermejo, the acclaimed illustrator behind Joker and Batman: Noel and one of the artists participating in Cape/Cowl/Create, found it was an “amazing opportunity to do something different, yet still contribute to the Batman legacy by trying to bring to life a more personal interpretation of the iconic character.”

“I decided against drawing directly on the cowl,” he elaborates, “and wanted to try something a bit ambitious by extending the costume past just the mask and cape. It was a great look inside how to bring this character to life, which is what I try to do every time I tackle the Batman mythos in my comics.”

Intriguingly, the opportunity to contribute such a unique tribute to the Dark Knight also revealed some of the challenges that artists must overcome when adapting iconic comic book characters for live action film and TV.

“I wanted to try and utilize the mold as my starting point and really get to bring the costume to life,” Bermejo explains. “This was a huge challenge because it introduced me to a problem costume designers have been trying to solve in film and TV for years: How do you dress a masked vigilante/superhero and maintain the power and vitality of the character?”

Jeff Lemire (who recently tried his hand at drawing the Dark Knight in Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight Vol. 1, but is better known these days for his work on Animal Man, Green Arrow and Justice League United) also found it a singular challenge. “After staring at the amazing pure white sculpt of the cape and cowl in my studio for two weeks,” he says, “I finally worked up the courage to ‘paint’ the entire surface with a coating of instant coffee (yes, instant coffee) to give it a really unique, almost rusted look. Then I drew on top of that with blue acrylic ink, covering the cape and cowl with ornate decorations, designs and a giant BAT on the cape, whose wings fold with the cape pleats.”

Bermejo adds, “Being a part of this project has been a huge honor because Batman, unlike most other comic book characters, is open to such rich and diverse interpretation while always remaining true to the core of what Batman is. It also is an amazing way to portray the importance of the ‘look’ itself. Possibly one of the most recognizable fictional characters in the world, you can’t deny the sheer power of that silhouette. No matter the interpretation, this always remains the foundation.”

Over twenty acclaimed artists have come together for the Cape/Cowl/Create art exhibit. Catch the bulk of the cowls on display at “Legends” in the Hard Rock Hotel, which will be open to the public from July 25-27 from 12 p.m. – 7 p.m.

To see Jeff Lemire and Lee Bermejo’s cowls, stop by the DC Comics booth (#1915), where they’ll be on display with cowls by Zack Snyder, Rocksteady and more.

For photos of the cowls when they’re unveiled, follow DC Comics on Twitter or keep an eye on DCComics.com throughout Comic-Con weekend.