Superhero Bits: Dark Knight Rises, Man Of Steel, Amazing Spider-Man, Avengers, Daredevil

Want to see a few new looks at Bane in The Dark Knight Rises? How about Spider-Man in The Amazing Spider-Man? Which outdoor activity did Russell Crowe and Henry Cavill train for in Man of Steel? Why do male superheroes get such practical costumes but females still have to bear it all? Is there a film critic who absolutely adored Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance? Want to hear Karl Urban do the voice of Dredd and read some Hulk dialogue from The Avengers? Read about all of this and more in today's Superhero Bits.

Stark Industries (via Comic Book Movie) posted these Dark Knight Rises stickers which reveal a new look at Bane. It's low-res and obviously drawn, but you get a glimpse of how massive he's supposed to be.

I thought Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance was boring and stupid. Perhaps not surprisingly, however, Armond White loved it! He makes some very interesting arguments in his review here.

Artist Fernacular has created some images that make fun of the fact that male superheroes wear costumes that are useful and females do not. That's just one image above, Gamma Squad has more.

If you're a Daredevil fan, this bust is almost a must own. Don't let Sideshow's $600 price tag deter you.

Taylor Kitsch told Comic Book Movie that he probably wouldn't play Gambit again.

Body paint Poison Ivy cosplay by Katrin Unge. Head to WOCC via FG for full body. And yes, I'm aware this is weird juxtaposed with the above bit.

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Batman seeks out an evil mailman in this video by Jawlin, via Bleeding Cool.

Tom Whalen is an amazing artist and this new print, an homage to Spider-Man, will first be released at an upcoming appearance at the King of Prussia mall on March 2. Head to Strongstuff for more information.

Actress Jenny Agutter, who has a small role in The Avengers, did an in-depth interview with Minister of Chance (via CBM) discussing many things about the film. Fast forward to around 14 minutes.

There's plenty of Catwoman art out there, but there hasn't been a lot of Dark Knight Rises Catwoman art just yet. Here's a cool one by Vitaminbee via Geek Art.

The Geek Twins list their top nine Bizarro moments of possible Superman casting.

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These Batman Nesting Dolls are so cool. Unfortunately, it doesn't look like they're for sale. Thanks to Red Bubble via Daily What.

A site called Hulk Collection (via CBM) has learned of some possible Hulk dialogue from The Avengers via a new toy.  Head to the site for more but here's are a few groundbreaking quips: "Hulk smash... Hulk smash Thor! (Crash!)... Let's go smash!... Hulk ready for fight!" and "You want more?", "Avengers Assemble!", "Nothing can stop the Hulk!" "Let's go smash!... Hulk ready for fight!"

This Armored Batman collectible, available via Sideshow, is not only cool, but surprisingly affordable.

We posted this video in our recent Star Trek 2 post but, Movies.com points out that not only is it our first look at the Trek stage, it's our first time hearing Karl Urban's voice for Dredd.

An Avengers/Powerpuff Girls mashup. Kind of odd. Kind of awesome. Thanks to Caroline Decker via Bleeding Cool.

New image of Spider-Man from The Amazing Spider-Man courtesy of CBM. I'm hypnotized by those eyes.

THE FINAL PAGE CONTAINS POSSIBLE, MINOR SPOILERS FOR THE DARK KNIGHT RISES AND MAN OF STEEL.

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Here's another new Bane figure from the Dark Knight Rises Fan page via CBM. He sure looks warm. But, wait, why is there blood pouring from the Batman cowl?

The Man of Steel Facebook (via CBM) found images of a scuba instructor with stars Henry Cavill and Russell Crowe (above), who trained them for the film. What exactly would they need scuba training for? More images at the link.