What does the new DC Comics logo look like? How about the cover of Marvel‘s Avengers vs. X-Men cross over? Was there going to be a Steampunk Batman video game? Would you like to see a prototype for a Superman Lives toy? Where can you get a degree in comic books? What’s the latest on the fate of the Powers pilot? How does Don Cheadle describe Iron Man 3? And is it possible The Dark Knight Rises is destined to fail? Read about this and much more in today’s Superhero Bits.

Sean Hartter did some Japanese mock-ups of Dark Knight Rises posters.

This YouTube user took footage from Batman: The Animated Series and edited it into the trailer for The Dark Knight Rises. Insanity.

Christopher Nolan’s brother Jonathan Nolan, or Jonah depending who you talk to, told Collider he’d like to get behind the camera and direct soon.

Tim Burton.jp (via Comic Book Movie) posted what appears to be a prototype of a toy for Tim Burton‘s Superman Lives. Atrocious.

Cult of Mac wrote about a gentleman at CES who created a Batman-themed bike with a full electronic set up. Head there for more pics and info.

This is DC Comics new logo (thanks to Bleeding Cool). Um. Yeah. But it might not be official yet if you read here.

A user in the Superhero Hype forums (via CBM) posted a long, detailed description of some scenes that were screened from The Avengers.

Fans of being clean and Marvel comics will enjoy these superhero soaps from Luxury Lane Soaps (via Geekalerts).

Alan Moore met some Occupy protesters who were in his V for Vendetta masks. There’s video. Thanks to Bleeding Cool.

Broadview Entertainment Arts University in Salt Lake City, UT is now offering a Bachelor’s degree in “Comics And Sequential Art.” Read more here, thanks to Bleeding Cool.

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