Where can you read about the controversy surrounding reactions to casting Shailene Woodley in Amazing Spider-Man 2? How can you buy some concept art from a failed Fantastic Four pitch? What state is Batman possibly from? Want to read a super spoiler-filled post about the armors in Iron Man 3? Does the latest poster confirm it? Is someone writing a Man of Steel sequel already? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits.

Comic Book Movie posted a controversial, satirical editorial about Shailene Woodley‘s looks and the idea of her playing Mary Jane Watson in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

That article was one of a couple that prompted tons of debate, including this retort by CinemaBlend’s Katey Rich. CBM commented at this link.

Artist Constantine Sekeris (via Comic Book Movie) is selling several pieces of Fantastic Four concept art from before 20th Century Fox settled on Tim Story for the director. More at the top. Very affordable now too! Cheap even!

Lego Batman: The Movie — DC Super Heroes Unite will be released on May 21.

Gotta love these ’60s Batman Mezitz via Super Punch.

In the Empire article (via CBM), the cast and crew of Iron Man 3 talked all about the film. Here’s a quote from director Shane Black:

Tony Stark is [now] relying on these suits to feel like he’s in any way capable. He surrounds himself with these things almost like a blanket. In The Avengers, he fought aliens, but he was the one character I would not have picked to fight aliens. Now we’ve taken advantage of the fact that he’s fought aliens and he talks about it.

Interesting photo by Marc Webb today. What’s the Amazing Spider-Man 2 master plan?

Wait, is Batman from New Jersey? NJ.com (via TheMarySue) explores the convincing evidence.

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