Posted on Tuesday, September 6th, 2011 by Germain Lussier
Which character is Guillermo Del Toro thinking will make a good villain for his Hulk TV show? What have we learned about the bad guys in The Avengers? Is there a cooler looking X-Men: First Class Blu-ray case out there? Who made the best comic book arcade game of all time? What are the most ridiculous comic book movie moments of all time? Are scientists evolving an immunity to x-rays? Read about all of this and more in today’s Superhero Bits.
/Film read Joshua L noticed that Loki and Thor had their eyes on something on the set of The Avengers and decided to caption it.
Comic Vine (via Comic Book Movie) has posted a rumor that Guillermo Del Toro is attempting to make the Red Hulk the villain in the new Hulk TV show that goes to pilot next season. Read more at the above links.
The problem with the Justice League is that Superman is so powerful, he really doesn’t need much help, as shown in this Penny Arcade comic.
Geekologie has a fascinating article that could be the beginning of human mutation. Apparently, doctors who frequently work with X-rays are developing a defense to them on a cellular level.
“I’m the Juggernaut, bitch!” It’s one of many ridiculous comic book movie moments and Laser Cola has come up with the ten MOST ridiculous. This one just barely cracks the top five. Can you guess number one?
The Establishing Shot has written an interesting column about St Pancras Chambers which Christopher Nolan chose as Arkham Asylum in Batman Begins. There are more photos and info above.
In Los Angeles earlier this week, Superman caught a Superman thief. Bleeding Cool has the details.
Laughing Squid has posted a gross set of pictures created by Rick Parker called Sidewalk Superheroes. That’s just one of them above.
I think the whole point of a team movie is to explain why every member is there, so it’s about getting those moments for each character. I think we end up identifying with Steve Rogers, he’s our intro into the modern world – because he’s only recently joined it. Sometimes we refer to him as Luke Skywalker… but obviously a lot less whiny.
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