Some Personal Video Game Favorites Of Mine Series by Mark Marianelli
Duke Nukem, Mortal Kombat, Commander Keen, Soul Reaver, Descent, Half-Life
Kirby and Pacman, The Legend of Zelda, Super Mario Bros., Metroid, Kid Icarus, Megaman
Dark Forces, Wolfenstein 3D, Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold, Doom, Quake, Halo
Pro Wrestling (NES), Street Fighter, Tekken, Primal Rage, Def Jam, Soul Calibur
Alabama's The History Museum of Mobile is hosting a new superhero exhibit, "Up, Up & Away: Evolution of the American Comic Book Superhero," which includes sequential art material going back to the Renaissance.
Giger's Necronomicon (nsfw) is a 1976 documentary about H.R. Giger with music by Joel Vandroogenbroeck of the Brainticket.
Michel Fiffe has been chronicling his early experiences breaking in to comics over at his blog, as pointed out by Tom Spurgeon. It's full of good insights for those starting (or in the thick of) their own journeys.
The upcoming Iron Man Mark VII Nendoroid may be too cute for S.H.I.E.L.D. to handle.