Superhero Bits: The Dark Knight Rises, Iron Man 3, Man Of Steel, The Avengers, X-Men

What does Mattel's Dark Knight Rises San Diego Comic-Con exclusive look like? How did David Goyer describe the final scene of The Dark Knight Rises? Did a storyboard artist have some insight into Iron Man 3? How much money has The Avengers now made? Will Christopher Nolan help Zack Snyder with Man of Steel once The Dark Knight Rises is done? Want to see an amazing Avengers Blu-ray case? Read about all of this and more in today's Superhero Bits.

The art of John Aslarona is remarkable. Head to his site or Geek Art for more.

Collider posted the above video featuring The Dark Knight Rises San Diego Comic Con exclusive from MattyCollector. Very awesome.

Speaking to Empire (via CBM), Christopher Nolan spoke about Man of Steel:

It's Zack's movie so it'd be a bit rude of me to turn up and say I've got a few ideas now. My big point of responsibility was helping shepherd David's script. When I'm finished with this I'll be there for whatever Zack wants from me, but it's very much his movie.

Entertainment Earth has popular Avengers Pop characters in stock.

Marvel.com has details on how to make your very own wedding variant of Astonishing X-Men #51.

Movieline found a teaser trailer of Kevin Spacey in a Chinese superhero film called Inseparable.

Man I Love Films has a list of 10 movie characters who would make great Avengers.

Hot Toys emailed out a tease of one of their new pieces: The Bat from The Dark Knight Rises.

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A new comic comes out this week, Superman Family Adventures, and Comic Book Resources posted some images.

Comic books can teach you lessons and Nerd Basterds has ten great ones.

Black Widow always poses with her butt out in The Avengers, so Kevin Bolk (via Twitter) imagined if the men did that pose, rather than her.

Apologies to any female readers of this column, this was just too good to not appeal to the other demographic. Bleeding Cool (via Detroit MetroMix) posted photos of girls in body paint at Motor City Comic-Con.

Dave's Geeky Ideas (via Geeks Are Sexy) designed a Hellicarier disc holder for all of the Marvel Movie universe. See more photos at those links.

The Avengers is only the fourth movie of all time to make more than $500 million at the domestic box office.

Awesome custom Lego called The Bat Rod By Tiler via ToysRevil.

It's not Dark Knight Rises viral marketing, it's just a street artist who is a fan. Thanks to Melrose and Fairfax for this image by Thrashbird.

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Do you think Dayna Baby Lou is really a big Superman fan? I'm guessing no. See more at Geeks Are Sexy.

David Goyer spoke to Empire (via CBM) about the final scene in The Dark Knight Rises:

The final scene of The Dark Knight Rises is exactly that scene we talked about [when making The Dark Knight]. It remained completely unchanged. We both knew in our hearts that we were onto something special. I have to tell you, having finally seen everthing strung together a little while ago and seeing that scene, I got a complete lump in my throat.

Brett Ratner talks working in the world of comic books in this interview from the Stan Lee documentary.

Check out this Iron Man Scooter at 9Gag.

Tom Hiddleston tweeted this photo of him wearing a Loki shirt. Very cool. Thanks to Fashionably Geek.

Storyboard artist Federico D'Alessandro spoke to Desde Hollywood via CBM about Iron Man 3:

Shane Black is a master storyteller and the movie is in really good hands. The story delves deeper into Tony Stark's character. By the end of the movie, audiences will have a much better understanding of what his fears are and what makes him tick. I think audiences are really going to enjoy that. There are also some really cool action scenes. It's going to be a thrilling movie.

IO9 posted the work of Matthew Humphreys re-imagining the X-Men as Disney characters (which they kind of are now, anyway).

A children's book description of The Dark Knight Rises (via CBM) confirms an earlier speculative spoiler about Selina Kyle and Bruce Wayne. It's not major, but head there for the info.

Comic Book Movie posted a few new promo images, not theatrical though, for The Dark Knight Rises.