Posted on Monday, April 2nd, 2012 by Germain Lussier
How is The Amazing Spider-Man like an internet troll? What are the Civil War seeds buried in The Avengers? Want to see The Avengers Monorail at Walt Disney World? Why are there Green Lantern toys coming to McDonalds? Who does Agent Coulson have a man-crush on in The Avengers? Interested in seeing a behind the scenes clip at an extra from The Dark Knight Rises Blu-ray? Would a sequel to Superman Returns have worked? Did someone actually eat 22-year-old Batman cereal and live to tell the tale? Read about all of this and more in today’s Superhero Bits.
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You feel the power of it, the power of not being seen, the power of the mask. Peter becomes witty when he’s got that protective layer. It’s like he’s on a message board. He’s got the anonymity of the Internet within that suit, and he can say whatever the hell he likes, and he can get away with anything. He can f**k with people and there’s no consequences because nobody knows who the hell he is. We all know how powerful and potentially dangerous that anonymity is.
Superhero Hype has posted a few low quality clips from The Amazing Spider-Man.
Kevin Feige told Bleeding Cool the seeds of Civil War are in The Avengers:
You can obviously see that in the decades and decades of Avengers comics prior to the Civil War event, the conflict between the characters, the differences in world views of all the characters, that led up to what happened in Civil War, certainly that’s in this movie, you can see how different Tony Stark and Steve Rogers are in a great way. In this movie the question is are they going to be able to stop fighting each other long enough to fight the bad guy. Civil War would someday be a great crossover eve but here it’s more in the character interactions than a direct easter egg.
An Avengers monorail is coming to Walt Disney World. Read more at Disney Parks or…
…. just watch this video from Inside the Magic.
Everyone seems to love the old Batman: The Animated Series. Topless Robot says, “No” and lists the 10 worst episodes of the series.
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