Superhero Bits: The Dark Knight Rises, Comic Book Men, The Avengers, Amazing Spider-Man, Supergirl, Thanos

How much responsibility does Christopher Nolan feel in making The Dark Knight Rises? Will we finally see an Avengers video games on consoles this year? Want to see a photo of the Parker family from The Amazing Spider-Man? Is Disney considering an Avengers ride? Has Comic Book Men been renewed on AMC? Which TV station picked up The Avengers? And where can you continue the Amazing Spider-Man viral? Read about all this and much more in today's five page Superhero Bits.

The Gamma Squad has a nice gallery lining up The Avengers vs. Justice League.

Whoa. Wired did a column on the physics behind some of The Hulk's movements in The Avengers. Gizmodo found things that would allow you to smash like him too.

Superhero Hype found that an Oscorp Industries site from The Amazing Spider-Man is now online.

Film Crit Hulk of Badass Digest wrote a column for The New Yorker (?!?) about Ruffalo's portrayal of his character in The Avengers.

Coming Soon compiled a bunch of links showing behind the scenes Avengers stuff.

The Hero Complex has a great profile on Cobie Smulders, how she got involved in The Avengers, if she'll be back for 2 and more.

Thor dog! From Film Drunk.

Considering the success of The Avengers, Disney and More wonders if Disney will make some sort of Avengers ride.

Comic Book Movie found the above photo on Facebook, its a family portrait of Peter Parker and his mysterious parents in The Amazing Spider-Man.

The Hollywood Reporter reports shawarma sell outs all over Los Angeles. Thanks Avengers.

Hot Toys Thor. Whoa. Thanks to Cool Toy Review.

Entertainment Weekly thinks S.H.I.E.L.D. is hurting the Marvel movies.

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Total Film (via SHH) has some new images from The Dark Knight Rises.

In that same article, Nolan talked about his responsibility in making this film:

We feel a tremendous challenge and responsibility to finish our story. We have to give the audiences something they haven't seen before, but also fulfill their expectations of what they enjoyed in the first two films. That's the tricky balance....With a sequel there is always the challenge of trying to meet or indeed exceed expectations. And some of those are based on the size, scale and world of the film. We traveled to many different places because we wanted to give it a broader canvas.

Here's a trailer for a new Avengers mobile game, via Marvel.

Ubisoft announced a new Avengers game, Marvel's Avengers: Battle for Earth, will be out for X-Box 360 and WiiU later this year.

You know It's Just Some Random Guy was going to weight in on The Avengers and this summer.

The biggest disappointments in Superhero History are written by at Shooting the Script.

Look who just returned in the Marvel comic books. Curious timing. Head to Marvel (via CBM) for more and I'm just going to leave it like that.

Kevin Smith's Comic Book Men was renewed for season two by AMC.

Bleeding Cool breaks down the new Amazing Spider-Man trailer.

Great idea at CriticWire. They've compiled 10 of the worst and funniest comments on Avengers reviews from around the web. Here's a gem:

you gave a good review to Twilight... your review is invalid. you could tell a gold mine from a copper mine. if they were labeled. time to get a new profession

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Thaeger (via Fashionably Geek) has a gallery of finger cosplay. Yes you read that right.

Deadline reports Marvel is being sued over Iron Man merchandising.

Cool Avengers Art by Bruce Yan over at F Yeah Movie Posters.

Badass Digest has a good write-up on the post credits spoiler in The Avengers.

Sideshow Collectibles is taking preorders on this original Angel statue.

Cracked lists the six ways Iron Man is simply better than Batman.

Movieline has a funny piece on some of the weirder pieces of Avengers merchandise such as this above.

Geek Sugar pics their favorite 3D moments in The Avengers.

Proof you can do a superhero wedding without going over board. See more at Etsy via Fashionably Geek.

IFC says The Avengers is the anti-Dark Knight, and that's a good thing.

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Australian designer Romance Was Born created a whole line of fashion co-sponsored by Marvel. Read and see more at Fashionising via Comics Alliance.

Film School Rejects ran a hilarious response to Moviefone's Girl's Guide to Avengers. And also a piece on how girls don't talk to each other in the movie.

Nice Carnage wallpaper by Stjepan Sejic. Download the larger version at Cool Vibe.

Cool Toy Review posted a whole gallery of a nice Avengers display in Hong Kong.

Topless Robot lists 12 lesser known teams who should now get Marvel movies. And one already is.

The Hollywood Reporter did a good interview with Joss Whedon talking about his "massive ego"

The Comic Center (via Shirtoid) has a shirt called Green Lantern Equation.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Arrow is a "lock" for a pick up.

This photos is cleverly captioned "Supergirl is a Narcissist" over on Fashionably Geek. The cosplayer is AlisaKiss.

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Captain America learns about his shield in this funny comic from Dorkly (via Nerd Approved).

EPIC picked up TV rights for The Avengers according to THR.

CollegeHumor's Favorite Funny Videos

College Humor joked a bit about what it could be like to have Sex with Hulk.

Think Geek is selling these cool Marvel themed goggles.

Cool art at The Autumn Society, which is pretty self-explanatory.