Want to see the best look yet at Hulk from The Avengers? How about some fan made concept art from The Incredibles 2? Did Gary Oldman actually lose his script to The Dark Knight Rises? To which director did Michael Shannon compare his Man of Steel helmer Zack Snyder? Which actor might already be cast in a new Mark Millar movie? Would you like to read the first few pages of Avengers vs. X-Men or the entire Avengers prequel comic? Read about all of this and much more in today’s Superhero Bits.

Sentitype (via Comic Book Movie) has posted several new Avengers images on movie tickets and bookmarks. This might be the best look at The Hulk yet.

Movies.com has an in depth dissection of Max Landis‘ short film, The Life and Death of Superman that we posted a few days back. Even better, Landis himself responded in the comments of the article.

Gary Oldman told CNN how he almost lost the ENTIRE SCRIPT of The Dark Knight Rises. Thanks to CBM for the heads up.

Edwin Rhemrev has made some gorgeous, hypothetical concept art for The Incredibles 2. Very cool stuff. That’s just one image above, head to animatie.blog.nl for more images and info.

CBM posted a small video of B-roll from New York’s Amazing Spider-Man event. Check out the madness.

Have I posted this already? I think I have. But it’s more timely now with Valentine’s Day next week. Thanks to CBM for the image.

Michael Shannon spoke to The Playlist and had some strong words about Man of Steel director Zack Snyder:

I think Zack is the master stylist, visually, I mean he’s up there with Scorsese in my book in terms of visual composition, orchestration, etc….The whole thing is edgy in a way like when Nolan took over the Batman franchise.

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