Seen this behind the scenes photo from The Avengers yet? I haven’t. Thanks to via CBM.

Maggie Q will voice Wonder Woman on Cartoon Network’s Young Justice show according to TV Guide.

Hillary White has put pop culture figures in famous paintings and awkward situations, such as the Temptation of Robin, above. Head to Society 6 to purchase prints. Thanks to Geeks Are Sexy.

The Hollywood Reporter spoke to Joe Kelly, the comic book writer behind Superman vs. The Elite, on the eve of its world premiere at WonderCon.

Head to MSNBC (via FG) to read about this real life Slovak Batman.

WhatCulture lists 10 Marvel superheroes who need a movie.

Screenrant has a massive infographic on all the significant Batsuits of all time. Head there to see the full thing, here’s just the first slice.

Something called X-Treme X-Men will be out this summer according to Bleeding Cool and revealed at WonderCon.

I think we’ve posted some of these before, but Stitch Kingdom has a better look at domestic 3D glasses that will be available as some screenings of The Avengers.

TVKids (via Comic Book Movie) caught up with Stan Lee for a chat and he geeked out about why Marvel is better than DC:

I can give you a very clear and definite understanding as to why I and the people at POW! and at Marvel are so much more scientific than the competition. Here’s the example: You’ve seenSuperman flying on the screen, haven’t you? What is his means of propulsion? What makes him fly? He doesn’t have a jet engine, there’s nothing pushing him, he just sort of assumes a horizontal position, lies on the air and off he goes. When I wanted a character to fly, such as the Silver Surfer, I gave him a flying surfboard—perfectly scientific, perfectly understandable, and not the least bit as frustrating as wondering how Superman does it. So as you can see, science is really something I’m very much into and every factor of our stories is as scientifically accurate as I can make them.

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