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Have toy names spoiled some cameos in Guardians of the Galaxy? Is J. Jonah Jameson mad at The Amazing Spider-Man 2? How is Thor: The Dark World doing in its international debut? Will Alan Taylor be back for a third Thor film? Did Christopher Nolan want to make The Dark Knight Rises? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits.

Happy Halloween from James Gunn and Rocket Raccoon.

Collider ran a very interested list of toys for Guardians of the Galaxy that might have a few major spoilers.

X-Men Battle of Atom

We Love Fine created this awesome X-Men infographic which is available on t-shirts, posters and more.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 viral site ran an editorial by J. Jonah Jameson regarding the Web-Slinger.

Everyone’s favorite junketeer Daniele Rizzo talked to Tom Hiddleston and Chris Hemsworth about Thor: The Dark World.

Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Kevin Feige talked a bit more about Ultron in Avengers: Age of Ultron:

There is an element of free will that our heroes have, that all humans have, whether it’s Thor or Steve Rogers — and certainly Tony Stark is the poster boy for free will. That’s what Ultron resents.

VH1 (via Superhero Hype) posted this clip, which includes a Zachary Levi-centric Thor: The Dark World scene.

Marvel announced the winners of their Thor: The Dark World science contest.

Superheroes reimagined as horror characters via Total Film.

Thor: The Dark World opened in a few European territories and is doing quite well, via Deadline.

EW THor Embed

Entertainment Weekly ran a new (non-embeddable) featurette on the villains of Thor: The Dark World.

Speaking to ScreenRant, Alan Taylor said he wouldn’t want to come back for a third Thor film.

stan-lee-Plotagon

Stan Lee is a character in Plotagon, a software he created that makes short films from screenplays. Read more at Variety.

Kevin Feige said using Thanos is a luxury in an interview with The Huffington Post.

Visit-Asgard

We Love Fine (via Shirtoid) has this super cool Asgard shirt.

Interesting article by Randy Shaffer about Christopher Nolan not wanting to make The Dark Knight Rises.

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