Saturday Trending Topics: The Panic Room Conspiracy

Rabbit hole, indeed. I find today’s top topic pretty amusing, because — as we’ve said before — panic room is a pretty interesting code name for a secret project. I think I’m going code name the next Avatar secret project “Don’t Tell Rich”.

That aside, we had some fun here on Bleeding Cool in 2011, and as you just saw a little bit ago, we’re having More Fun on Bleeding Cool here in 2012.  And that’s just hour one.  As for the remaining 8,759 hours… if you only knew.

Most-Read Comic Stories Today:

Is There A Watchmen 2 Reference In Justice League #3? 

One Little Bleeder pointed out a page from Justice League #3 by Geoff Johns and Jim Lee, the chief creative officer and co-publisher of DC respectively.

Swipe File: Ultimates 2 Vs Natalie Imbruglia 

But did anyone notice another lookalike in the Ultimates cast? Little Bleeder Mike Powell did, when rereading the Ultimates 2 volume over Christmas. Hello Ultimate Wasp… and Natalie Imbruglia.

Alan Moore, Lois Lane And Princess Leia Covered In Sperm

At the recent Nine Lessons And Carols For Godless People service, Alan Moore gave an address, dressed in a T-shirt modelled on the Superman logo, rewritten as “Sperm”. It’s a Rick Veitch design, and is on sale here. Of course, he’s not the only one who has been seen modelling it…

Most-Read TV/Film Stories Today:

There Seems To Be An Avengers Spoiler Hidden In This Description Of… Yes, Toys 

Another day, another toy tie-in to a tentpole Superhero film and another apparent spoiler. This time, The Avengers, and we may have just learned which other naughty from the Marvel movieverse could be showing up.

Amazing Spider-Man Building Blocks Confirm A Spoiler Rumour

It’s not Lego but Mega Bloks, their legally permitted imitators, who have scooped the Amazing Spider-Man licensing deal. Here are the box designs for three of the sets due to launch ahead of the movie.

2011′s Biggest Box Office Hits, Both In The US And Around The World

Let’s contrast and compare the year’s biggest hits at the “domestic” American box office versus those that have performed best across the rest of the world. These would presumably be “non-domestic”… so that’s what, exactly? “Feral”?