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

Want to watch a car speed through the destruction of The Avengers? How about a new clip from The Amazing Spider-Man? How does the DP of The Dark Knight Rises describe the film? Does Morgan Freeman really not know anything about Christopher Nolan's Batman movies? What lead a man dressed as Batman to get arrested on April Fools Day? Which role did Guy Pearce almost play in Batman Begins? And what's the connection between Calvin & Hobbes and Watchmen? Read about all of this and more in today's Hulk-size Superhero Bits.

Above: A New photo of The Hulk from The Avengers thanks to Comic Book Movie.

Toys R Us has posted a huge gallery of striking Avengers wallpapers and more. Thanks to Comic Book Movie.

Check out this Acura commercial for The Avengers.

Bleeding Cool points out DC Comics is looking for an intern.

Head to Comic Book Movie to download a super high resolution version of the previously released Man of Steel logo seen above.

Buzzfeed (via IndieWire) has a series of hilarious "authentic" outtakes from the set of The Dark Knight Rises featuring Christian Bale and Morgan Freeman. This is just the first one.

Even Agent Colston got his own poster from The Avengers via Twitter.

We all love the Batarang, and Geek Twins has 8 fun facts about it.

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Cracked.com (via Geeks Are Sexy) made this clever photo of Captain Canada.

Frustrated over the difficulty of attending San Diego Comic Con? Film.com has a list of other, much less busy conventions.

A perfect female outfit for midnight screenings of The Amazing Spider-Man via Fashionably Geek.

Odds are if you read this column, the TopTenz list of movies you didn't know where originally comic books won't surprise you, but it's certainly possible.

Marvelous News (via CBM) found new images of 6 inch Avengers toys.

Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy is coming to Blu-ray. Head to Marvel for more.

The Ellen Show revealed a new clip from The Amazing Spider-Man via CBM.

Mr. Lovenstein's Awkward Superman comic is pretty funny. Thanks to High Definite.

The Sports Hero continues their early dissection of The Dark Knight Rises, asking the question, what injuries has Bane sustained?

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Bobby Rubio's Avengers vs. X-Men art (via Geek Tyrant) give the comic a little Step Up vibe.

On April Fools Day, a man dressed as Batman and said he was going to blow up a hospital. It was a joke but the cops didn't find it funny and arrested him. Read more at Nerd Basterds.

Andrew Wilson's Avengers art called "Come At Me Bro" is very unique. That's just one member of the team above. Head to RampagedReality via Geek Tyrant to see the rest.

Gamma Squad has a nice gallery of pulp comic covers by Tony Fleecs.

Guy Pearce almost appeared in Christopher Nolan's Batman series, he said to Dark Knight News, via CBM.

Disney released an in depth interview with Joss Whedon and Mark Ruffalo about the difficulties bringing the Hulk to the big screen. Here's a taste from Ruffalo.

In a lot of the other versions of the character, The Hulk grew in size drastically, but in 'The Avengers' he is always going to be about eight and a half feet tall. He gets stronger as he gets angrier, but he doesn't really grow much taller. When I found out there was a whole new arena of technology that would allow an actor to play what has always been a CGI character, I thought it could be something cool to try my hand at. It's a game changer for The Hulk because it's hard to capture real anger in a CGI character. Anger is something that's deep and primordial. There are so many subtleties and variations to it, so this idea of bringing a darker, more humanistic Hulk was really exciting and compelling.

Calvin and Hobbes meets Watchmen in this charity art by Raid71. Head to OMG Posters for more info.

Dark Knight Rises cinematographer Wally Pfister spoke to British Cinematography (via CBM) about the film, his prep time and more. Here's his non-spoiler description of the plot:

It's the continuing story of Batman, beginning where it left off last time, with Batman on the run and Gotham City facing continual problems. They realise they need Batman back, but there are new villains he has to tackle.

Gorgeous custom Spider-man Munny from Tenacious Blog.

That's Nerdalicious posted this video of a bunch of dumb kids drinking and one gets burned and almost turns into Two-Face. It's a stretch here, for sure, but enraging enough to feature.

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Head to Comic Book Cosplay (via FG) to see the rest, and much more, of this sexy Elektra cosplay by Paris Sinclair.

Dark Knight Rises fan poster by Paul Shipper

It's never too early to get ready for Halloween and Fashionably Geek points out a set of Zombie DC costumes are on the way.

THE FINAL BIT IS A POTENTIAL SPOILER FOR THE DARK KNIGHT RISES

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Comic Book Movie found the above HeroClix description of Liam Neeson's character from The Dark Knight Rises. The pose is likely from what he's doing in the movie. Click to read more info.