How did X-Men: First Class screw with the overall X-Men movie timeline? What is Batmanning and does it play into a new fan film? Which superhero does Denis Leary prefer to The Amazing Spider-Man? Would we have The Dark Knight if it wasn’t for Batman & Robin? Want to hear about a mentally disabled man having $5,000 of Superman memorabilia stolen? What’s the latest on Batman: Arkham City? Read about all of this and more in a spoiler-free edition of Superhero Bits.

/Film reader Henry T sent in his 13 minute Batman fan film called Batman: The Line. Let him know what you think in the comments.

It’s old but it’s new to some of us: a very cool and stylized piece of art by Mike Mignola, circa Batman vs. Predator via Geek Tyrant.

Marvel.com posted this master shot of Marvel cosplayers at Wondercon 2011. We’ll run it now because there’s a bunch of cool cosplay in today’s Superhero Bits.

IGN noticed that, with X-Men First Class, the timeline of all the X-Men movies is pretty messed up. Hence the video above.

With the new DC Universe currently launching, The Flash‘s marriage has been ended according to Topless Robot.

Geeks Are Sexy has a huge gallery of cosplay from Dragon*con 2011 so head there to check out more images like this Captain America. Here’s an awesome Robin and Poison Ivy as well as a good Batman and Superman.

When you beat Batman: Arkham City, there’s a whole different mode that will be available. WhatCulture has all the details.

You’ve all heard of planking but what about Batmanning? That’s the new hotness thanks to The Awesomer.

St. Louis Today (via Bleeding Cool) has run a sad story of a mentally-disabled man who worked at McDonalds who had $5,000 worth of Superman memorabilia stolen from him.

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