Pop Culture Roundup June 21, 2007

The Onion A.V. Club presents 10 Wonderfully Weird Moments From Fantastic Four Comics.


Toonzone has the first image from the WB's upcoming "Spectacular Spider-Man" 'toon series.


Able to alliterate an array of hyperbolic prose at the drop of a hat: It's the Stan Lee action figure.

"We feel it's long overdue that Stan Lee be immortalized as an action figure, much like the dozens of marvelous characters that he has created for years and years," said Eric Nyman, Hasbro's vice president of marketing. "And it couldn't be more fitting than to create him as a `Marvel Legends' figure."

The limited-edition, $14.99 toy will be introduced next month in San Diego at Comic-Con International, the annual comic-book convention.


Meanwhile, don't forget to eat your Kirby Krackle.


Lego is unleashing a line of Indiana Jones-themed building sets next May.


The original title logo from the Beatles' Rubber Soul album is up for auction.

The trademark stretchy font, which has been credited with launching a swarm of imitations, was created in 1965 by Charles Front, a young advertising executive who accepted the job on the side from his friend, the photographer Bob Freeman.

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