Doctor Sonic uses construction paper and scissors to make gorgeous superhero art. Thanks to Geeks Are Sexy.

Speaking to Empire (via CBM) Chris Hemsworth discussed the difficulties in exploring Thor’s character in subsequent films after Thor: The Dark World:

In a way, it becomes more difficult at this point. Thor 1 was the origin story and he starts off as a brash child and ends as the hero; the danger then is, where does he go from here? If he doesn’t change, he’s gonna become boring. How do you break him down again to rebuild him and have some sort of arc, some sort of journey? Avengers was different, it was the arc of the team. So now, on [Thor 2], we’ve been really throwing around, “Okay, so what’s Thor’s big conflict here?” Because it can’t just be that bad tempter again, or that he’s too cocky. We’ve done that. And now, where does the humour lie? Because it can’t be the fish-out-of-water, Crocodile Dundee kind of thing that we had in the first one. He’s been to Earth now. There may be elements of that…

Photographer Kamil Kurnikoff did an Iron Man themed photo shoot at a recent convention, where people took the Iron Man concept and placed it on other properties like Predator. Head to his site for more images. Thanks to Fashionably Geek for the heads up.

The Geek Twins have some fun ideas of minority characters to appear in The Avengers 2.

SPOILER: Superhero Hype posted this stunt from the set of Thor: The Dark World. The above still isn’t a spoiler, but if you press play it is. A little. CBM has a few other angles too.

Home Media Magazine has a great write up on the second screen app that’ll be packaged with The Dark Knight Rises Blu-ray.

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