How did Marvel risk everything to get The Avengers made? Did Mark Millar have anything to do with the film? Want to do a maze in Hulk‘s pants? Has Sony released yet another Amazing Spider-Man poster? What did Chris Hemsworth and Chris Evans have to say about Avengers deleted scenes? Where can you see Agent Coulson and Nick Fury in a new Marvel comic and which members of the team opened the New York Stock Exchange? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits.

Above: UniqueDaily posted the above photo of all the Batmobiles driving on the street. I have no idea where this happened but it’s amazing.

Nice Iron Man/Game of Thrones mash-up t-shirt from Red Bubble via Fashionably Geek.

Variety has a very interesting and in depth article about the business behind The Avengers and how Marvel got the money to make it work. Their friends at The Hollywood Reporter have an article about some of the new comic book connections to the movie.

Nathan Stapley painted this for The Avengers show opening Thursday at Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles. Thanks to Super Punch.

Mark Millar says the idea for The Avengers movie came from his comics and enthusiasm.

A Black Widow featurette from Trailer Addict.

Screenrant has two articles on two different sides of the debate: Avengers over Dark Knight Rises as well as Dark Knight Rises over Avengers.

Des Taylor’s Live Cover Collection (via io9) blends history with superheroes. These are just two of many.

Movies.com has a very interesting article on how Joseph Gordon Levitt might fit into The Dark Knight Rises.

Our friend Daniele Rizzo, aka Captain Italy, surprised several members of The Avengers with his new get up.

What’s the latest on Man of Steel? Movies.com has their column to fill in the holes.

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