Posted on Friday, January 6th, 2012 by Germain Lussier
Want to see some rumored concept art of the Quinjet in The Avengers? What would the Justice League look like if they were in Japanimation? Still confused as to what happens in The Dark Knight Rises prologue? When did Archie Comics get so controversial? What do the Punisher and Star Wars have to do with each other? Is there an update on yesterday’s Nemesis news? Why are there two separate posts having to do with Spider-Man and bathrooms? There’s no answer to that last one, but you can see them both and much more in today’s Superhero Bits.
This rumored concept art is of the Quinjet in The Avengers. It originated at Spider Media.
Not sure what the Quinjet is? Total Film has a MASSIVE guide to The Avengers and I can only guess it’s in there.
Even without Bane’s dialogue, The Dark Knight Rises prologue is pretty dense with story. MTV has broken down all of what happens in an easily digestible way. Spoiler alert, of course.
The DVD box for Justice League: Doom has been revealed and, on it, we get our first official plot description thanks to CBM.
The Justice League consists of Earth’s finest super heroes and protectors of humanity. But in the mind of The Dark Knight, it contains potentially the most dangerous people on the planet. Batman has complied top-secret contingency plans should any of them go rouge. When these files are stolen by a rising group of super villains , The Justice League embark on a collision course that will test the very fabric of its alliance. With a stellar voice cast headed by Kevin Conroy, Tim Daly, and Nathan Fillion this thrilling DC Universe Animated Original adventure will challenge what you know about The Justice League as well as redefine what heroes are made of!
Having seen the movie, I can’t say I agree, but Blastr does their best to give five reasons why you want to see Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance.
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