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The GuildTo be honest, it's a bit surprising that it's taken this long for "The Guild" creator and "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog" actress Felicia Day to make her debut in the comics world. An eternally multitasking creator involved with an endless array of geek-friendly projects, Day somehow found time to write a three-issue comic based on her award-winning online series.

In my interview with Day last week, she described "The Guild" as an origin story of sorts for her character in the Web series, Cyd Sherman, a gamer who juggles drama in both her online and offline worlds while trying to level up in the biggest quest of all: life.

Published by Dark Horse Comics, "The Guild" features a story by Day and art by "Street Angel" creator Jim Rugg. The first issue hit shelves today. Read More...

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Earlier this month, I told you about the live-action "Street Angel" movie based on the 2004 series by Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca. The story of a pre-teen, skateboarding martial artist who defends her turf against ninjas, time-traveling conquistadors and other crazy threats is a favorite of mine, and after posting the story, I heard from the film's director, Lucas Testro, who filled me in on a few more details about the film -- including the news that "Street Angel" co-creator Jim Rugg provided some brand-new art for animation sequences in the film.

Testro also gave Splash Page readers the first look at some of the art Rugg created for the film.

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After the jump, check out another exclusive image from one of the animated sequences in "Street Angel," featuring the art of Jim Rugg. Read More...

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