Mike Mitchell is still posting some of his fantastic superhero themed pieces from his Just Like Us show at Gallery 1988. This one is called “USA, USA, USA.”

The MTV crew had a bunch of fun opening and playing with toys from The Avengers.

Screencrush posted a new featurette on Batman Live, which is coming to the US soon.

Kevin Feige spoke to The Huffington Post and talked about how the tag of The Incredible Hulk with Tony Stark almost totally screwed up The Avengers:

We do not follow up on that scene in the narrative in any of the subsequent features. But, for fans, which are really the only people going, “Hey, wait a minute. What about when Tony Stark walked into the room and talked to General Ross?” There’s a short film on the “Captain America” DVD that wraps that up and explains that. So, all the dots are connected and most of them didn’t paint us into a corner. But I would say that is probably the closest one that almost did.

Because of The Avengers being released, Hawkeye will be getting his own comic in the near future. More info at Marvel.

The cast of Chronicle was doing international press and got grilled by Superman himself, Danielle Rizzo.

Matt Goldberg at Collider wrote a interesting editorial called “Contemporary Superhero Films Should Take a Lesson from BATMAN: THE MOVIE.”

The check used to buy Superman sold for $160,000 according to Reuters.

Marvel.com spoke to Chris Evans about bringing Captain America from the past to the present in The Avengers.

Speaking of Evans, he and Chris Hemsworth sat down with Hitfix and did an interesting Avengers themed interview.

Game Informer Magazine (via CBM) talked to Brian Michael Bendis who wrote the cancelled Avengers video game and he expressed regret no one would ever see it.

Batmania Rio’s Tumbler (via CBM) put up a gallery of international Dark Knight Rises merchandise.

Geeks of Doom has a great article on the proper way to cosplay.

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