Posted on Thursday, July 7th, 2011 by Germain Lussier
Want to see a photo of animated Catwoman from Batman: Year One? How about a trailer for Mark Millar‘s Wolverine story Old Man Logan? Curious what things looked like behind the scenes on Captain America: The First Avenger? Would you like to own Stan Lee‘s head or comic book jewelry? Read about all of this and more in today’s Superhero Bits.
TV Guide has your first look at a young Catwoman, voiced by Eliza Dushku, who’ll appear in the upcoming Batman: Year One animated movie. They’ve also announced that a short film featuring the character will be an extra on the October 18 release.
A few weeks back we showed a image of Robin in Batman: Arkham City and now MTV Multiplayer has an interview with game developers of how they came up with the brand new look for the Boy Wonder. Here’s a sample:
Our vision of Robin is the one of a troubled young individual that is calm and introverted at times, but very dangerous and aggressive if provoked. The shaved head is inspired by cage fighters, because we thought that Robin might be doing that in his spare time to keep him on his toes.
You might also remember we recently provided a glimpse at a fan’s awesome Lego Batcave. Well Forever Geek now has a bunch of more detailed images. There’s one above. So cool.
Nerd Bastards have put together a list of the Top 10 Most Influential Nerds in Comics which hits all the right names, leaves off some others, and adds some surprises. Names like Stan Lee and Alan Moore? Of course. Warren Ellis? Awesome, but top ten all time? Let the debate begin.
Comic Book Movie has popped up a bootleg video of some Batman Arkham City footage from a Japanese convention and, of course, it impresses to no end. This game is gonna rule.
Want a cool gift for your comic obsessed girlfriend (or friend, if that’s all she is). ComicSalvage (via BoingBoing) has some cool custom made jewelry made from “distressed” comics. Really nice looking stuff.
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