Superhero Bits: The Amazing Spider-Man, The Avengers, Batman: Arkham City, Thor

How many Batman sequels does Gary Oldman think could happen after The Dark Knight Rises? What cool downloadable content is now available for DC Universe Online and Batman: Arkham City? Want to see footage from the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man video game that takes place after the movie? What do The Avengers have to do with David Letterman? And which superhero movie was the most talked about on Twitter in 2011? Read about all of this and more in today's Superhero Bits.

Nerd Bastards put together a bunch of cool superhero art including this massive piece by Kyriazis which is 52 inches long and includes many of the DC characters. Click here to see the full thing.

Gary Oldman told Crave Online he believes there will be more Batman movies with Christopher Nolan as producer:

For us I think [The Dark Knight Rises] is the end. Whether they will make more, my guess is probably. I mean, they don't have Potter anymore. So, there could be a Batman 4 a 5. It may be Chris overseeing it in a produce-rial position, but for us and for Chris I think that's it. It's a great way to go out though. It's a great story. Epic, epic thing it is.

Check out the trailer for the Lightning Strikes DLC for DC Universe Online thanks to Superhero Hype.

MTV Splash Page lists their top 5 comic book movie deaths of 2011. Spoilers abound.

Peanuts and Batman villains combine for this Arkham Psychiatric t-shirt, available at Red Bubble (via Fashionably Geek.)

Bleeding Cool debates the ethics of making Watchmen 2.

Marvel has released your first look at The Amazing Spider-Man video game, which will take place in events after the movie. There's a video above and images at the Marvel site and Comic Book Movie.

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Funny note on the paper shredder in the office from The Daily What.

What Culture lists their top four possible stories for David Slade's Daredevil reboot.

Geek Tyrant has a column of WTF comic book covers including this one showing The Avengers on David Letterman. Too weird.

Twitter released their year end trends and Thor beat out The Dark Knight Rises for most talked about comic book film of 2011. Dark Knight Rises isn't released for another year so the fact that it's number two is probably more impressive.

Sexy norse god cosplay! That's Sif vs. Loki...if he were a girl, thanks to CB Cosplay (via Fashionably Geek).

Tom Hiddleston told The Playlist about the differences in Loki between Thor and The Avengers:

Working with [director] Ken [Branagh on 'Thor'], it was Loki's origin story as much as Thor's origin story, so he was asking for an emotional volatility, a vulnerability, and a spiritual complexity. With [director] Joss [Whedon on 'The Avengers'], he wants to take both of these characters further down the road and set them off, so he wanted a Loki who was feral and dangerous and having a really good time. Someone who overtly and openly delights in the chaos he creates, as opposed to being kind of incidental and accidental, while never losing sight that the birth of his traits comes from loneliness and spiritual desolation. He has nowhere to call home, no place he belongs, so he's a wounded soul, Loki.

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A skins pack for Batman: Arkham City has now been released giving access to all those cool alternative costumes. Check out the trailer above.

Head over to Amazon to snag this 4GB Iron Man USB drive. Thanks to Geek Alerts.

io9 has an interview with the writer of Uncanny X-Force about the book's current, eventful storyline.

Geek Tyrant posted this holiday card from Michael Cho.

Blastr has posted 14 more comic book theme holiday cards, drawn by some of the best artists in the world. The above one is from 2004 by Jim Lee.