A gigantic statue of American McGee's interpretation of the Cheshire Cat? He's known to disappear from time to time, but Simon Crubellier managed to snap this shot in Soho, London several years after the release of Alice. We used to have one guarding Joystiq HQ, but one day he vanished and never returned. Check out the highlights for today:

Joystiquery
Readers pick best webcomic: my pokemans, let me show you them!
Today's best crossover video: Fighters and shoot-'em-ups

News
Keeping up with the Smash Bros: Final Smash
Everybody hurts, everybody cries, SingStar 90s tracklist
John Woo directing Ninja Gold film in conjunction with Warren Spector's game
Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror infiltrates PS2 from PSP
GameTap officially getting Grimm
Dirty Dancing, we never felt like this before
New Worms content on Xbox Live tomorrow
This Wednesday: Mad Tracks races onto XBLA
Chinese government raids company, attempts to seize funds
Halo 3 beta officially gets 2v2, unofficially VIP and pistol
Leisure Suit Larry gets mobile love
Dene Carter interview: no nudity in Fable 2
Ubisoft defends Splinter Cell series changes
Surprise ruined: Fallout 3 countdown is for teaser trailer
TGS 2007 show theme announced
Objection! Capcom registers 'Apollo Justice'
New details on Unreal Tournament 3
Croft's Anniversary gains Steam

Rumors & Speculation
PlayStation Network coming to PSP, hints PS3 update
Ubisoft president 'still considering' EA acquisition

Culture & Community
Sexy64 is first all-male gaming league
Lost Garden's new prototype challenge: CuteGod
Escape the ghetto ... Czech style
Gamer shot while saving robbery victim
The most impressive Mario cake ... EVER
Game therapy at Walter Reed Medical Center
Make your N64 look brand new again

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Croft's Anniversary gains Steam