Will we find out how Professor X loses his hair in X-Men: Days of Future Past? Want to see a ton of concept art from The Dark Knight Rises including Bane and Catwoman? Which superhero movies were on the list of most pirated in 2012? How did they do the Deadpool makeup in X-Men Origins: Wolverine? Did Iron Man answer the wishes of a sick boy? Has Hot Toys got the license for Man of Steel? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits.

Comic Book Movie (via Batman Hungary) posted a ton (and I mean a ton) of alternative concept art for Bane in The Dark Knight Rises. Catwoman too.

/Film reader Nate F is trying to make a Justice League short film and has set up Facebook and IndieGoGo pages to try and raise funds. Visit those links for more. Good luck Nate.

Cool Winnie the Pooh/Marvel mash up at Red Bubble via Shirtoid.

Eddie Redmayne is pretty underwhelmed in regards to this Marvel auditions.

It’s a Marvel DC holiday card!

Total Film (via CBM) spoke to James McAvoy about X-Men: Days of Future Past and he confirmed we’d find out why Professor X went bald:

[Screenwriter] Simon Kinberg and I had a chat about it and we came up with a whole bunch of idea about how, why and where he might go bald. It’s got to be linked to the plot though. In the comics, he lost his hair as soon as his powers awakened, and we clearly didn’t follow the source material. It can’t just be that he looks in the mirror at the end of the film and goes ‘Oh [frick], I’m losing my hair’. Although that could be quite funny with all this shit going on… he goes ‘Arge, I’m really stressed…’”

Cool Batman lamp from Entertainment Earth.

Helvetica font gets a bunch of superhero interpretations via Behance.

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