Superhero Bits: The Avengers, Batman, Stan Lee, Iron Man 2, Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark

Where can you get yourself one of these snazzy DC Comics license plates? What was it like for the U.S. Army to be on the set of The Avengers? Did someone dressed as Batman really show up pose as a 15-year-old girl to catch a predator? Would you like to see video of Mickey Rourke bad-mouthing Iron Man 2? And what major award is Stan Lee getting? Read about all this and more in today's Superhero Bits.

This is crazy. After posing as a 15-year-old girl online, a guy dressed as Batman meets a a creepy pedophile at the playground. Thanks to CBM for the heads up.

You PC gamers who have been dying to play Batman: Arkham City don't have to wait too much longer. It'll be out November 22 according to Superhero Hype.

Several members of the U.S. Army were used as extras in Joss Whedon's The Avengers and now the Army website (via Comic Book Movie) has posted an article about their experiences. Here's an excerpt:

"The combat scenes had great realism," said Lt. Col. John Clearwater, deputy director for OCPA-LA. "It's a tribute to the U.S. Army Reserves and the veteran 391st MP Battalion. They rocked the streets of Cleveland with their 50-caliber machine guns and Mark-19's. The film crew was blown away by their firepower and teamwork."

To any of our Australian readers, or non-Australian readers who want to be jealous, starting next month you can get these DC Comics license plates. There's more info at Forever Geek.

The Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark drama continues. Ousted director Julie Taymor is now suing the producers because she "hasn't been properly compensated for her contributions as one of the original co-creators of the high-profile musical" according to Variety.

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You've read Mickey Rourke badmouthing Iron Man 2, now you can watch him do it thanks to MTV.

Stan Lee will receive the Vanguard Award from the Producer's Guild of America next year. Read more at Deadline.