Geek Tyrant has a weird, but funny, series of Batman comic panels that used the word “Boner” in a Joker plot. “Boner” is supposed to be a mistake, but we all know what it reads as. (NOTE: I mistakenly misconstrued this as a Photoshop earlier today, my apologies.)

According to Bleeding Cool, if you buy a Marvel digital comic, they’ll send you a $5 gift certificate to your local comic book shop.

Kate Beaton draws a series of angry Wonder Woman comics on her official site, thanks to Super Punch.

Tom Hiddleston spoke to Superhero Hype about how much he enjoys returning to the role of Loki:

It’s nice to come back, like an old friend. When I came back to do ‘Avengers,’ I’d gone off and done F. Scott Fitzgerald and Captain Nicholls and Freddie Page in the ‘Deep Blue Sea’ and when I came back to Loki I was like, ‘Hey, man, how’s it going?’

Comic writer Kevin Bolk has been posting some pages from the 1982 comic book What If…? #34 which proposed a bunch of funny Marvel scenarios. Head there, or Super Punch, to see them.

Cosmic Book News (Via Comic Book Movie) reports some rumored detailed on the Batcave in The Dark Knight Rises.

Comic Book Resources posted a new trailer from the video game Gotham City Imposters featuring Batman and Joker.

Hans Zimmer says he’s doesn’t think he’ll be able to score Man of Steel (via CBM):

Man of Steel is in direct conflict with something else, and I haven’t worked it out yet. That rumor keeps floating around, [but] I’m not engaging that one at the moment.

Fashionably Geek put up a photo of Steampunk Rogue and Gambit.

In an interview with Vulture, Cobie Smulders speculated that her character in The Avengers might have superpowers. The original article misquoted her and has now been fixed both there and here. The new quote reads as follows:

[My costume is] very sleek, and very leather. And if she had a superpower it would be that she is hyperintelligent; a very nice, fine woman who has all the answers.*

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