Superhero Bits: Deadpool, The Avengers, Amazing Spider-Man, Batman Vs. Superman, Dark Knight Rises

What has The Avengers been retitled in the United Kingdom? Will Ryan Reynolds' Deadpool movie borrow from X-Men Origins: Wolverine? Want to read a behind the scenes account of the Batman vs. Superman movie? What would the Steampunk Batman game Gotham by Gaslight have looked like? In which video game can you actually play as Stan Lee? And did a Marvel employee let the name of the Avengers villains slip out? Read about all of this and more in today's Superhero Bits.

/Film reader Gabriel V alerted us to this cool Dark Knight Rises fan art on Facebook. We can't make out the artists name on the piece so if you can, post in the comments and we'll update!

Ryan Reynolds spoke to IGN UK and said that the Deadpool script has improved a lot in the past few months and will have no connection to X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

James Reid has made all of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles out of polygons. Check them out at Geek Art.

FX has acquired the TV rights to Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, Chronicle and more. Read about it at Deadline.

If you like Harley Quinn, this homemade hoodie found on Fashionably Geek, is mighty enticing. You can order it here.

Addict of Fiction (via CBM) found out that Stan Lee is going to be a playable character in Activision's new Amazing Spider-Man game. Head there to see a video.

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A few months back, concept art from Gotham by Gaslight, Steampunk Batman game was released and now, thanks to Siliconera, you can look at some gameplay. Hat tip to Cinemablend.

In the UK, to avoid confusion with the popular TV show, The Avengers has been retitled Marvel Avengers Assemble. Thanks to Total Film.

Ain't It Cool News' behind the scenes photo of the day recently got batty with this image from Tim Burton's Batman.

Chris Hemsworth's stunt double in The AvengersMatthew LeFevour, spoke to Comicus (via CBM) about his work in the film. Here's a taste:

I'm not going to say anything related to the story .... the previews are out as well as some amateur footage from Cleveland. One of the funniest moments happened in the stunt team training facility. The smallest guy on the team, Sunny, was harnessed in part of the hulk suit, in which he couldn't even see out of the eye holes, and well we left him hanging; literally. The harnesses are not comfortable, he had an extra 50lbs of weight on him at least, and we dangled him for a bit. Maybe you had to be there but, I'm smiling just thinking about it.

And you thought you were an X-Men fan. This Bleeding Cool contributor is so tatted up with X-Men it's crazy.

Here's the trailer for an upcoming parody musical called Holy Musical B@man that'll take place in Chicago in March. Head to StarKidPotter's YouTube page for all the information. Thanks to Topless Robot for the heads up.

Hot Toys teased on their Facebook page that they will be releasing a Batman: Arkham City collectible.

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CBM points us to a lo-res version of a TV commercial for Ultimate Spider-Man.

Artist Funk-X (via CBM) created this cool fan image featuring characters from the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man.

Movieline has an exclusive excerpt from the book Development Hell by David Hughes, with details about the once expected Batman vs. Superman movie. It's awesome and fascination. Here's a tiny taste:

The story begins five years into Bruce Wayne's life post-Batman, having put his costume back into the closet following the death of Robin. He has settled down, married a woman named Elizabeth, and is happier than ever. Over in Metropolis, however, Superman has not been so lucky in love, having been dumped by Lois Lane due to the myriad difficulties of being Clark Kent's girlfriend. When The Joker, previously thought dead, kills Elizabeth with a poison dart, Bruce takes it hard. First, he blames Superman, because the Man of Steel saved The Joker from a fatal beating just before the murder; second, he resumes the mantle of Batman — not, this time, under any pretense of metering out justice, but for the sheer cathartic pleasure of beating up bad guys.

More Amazing Spider-Man video game news, here's a cool shot of Rhino in the game via IGN.

This final bit is not a visual, but a small auditory spoiler so be aware...

If you jump to 3:50 in this interview from Toy Fair, this Marvel employee drops a new name for the villains in The Avengers. It's not the Skrulls. Head to CBM to read more about them.