Superhero Bits: The Dark Knight Rises, Amazing Spider-Man, Avengers, Stan Lee, War Machine

Want to see even more Dark Knight Rises banners and fan-created posters? When do The Dark Knight Rises tickets go on sale? How is The Amazing Spider-Man viral going? Did Loki actually get what he wanted in The Avengers? Which Jersey Shore character is getting their own comic book? What DC Comic book characters will be fighting in a brand new video game? And who is the latest to create their own comic book convention? Read about all of this and more in today's Superhero Bits.

Cine 1 (via Superhero Hype) found this new international banner for The Dark Knight Rises.

Movies.com points out Dark Knight Rises tickets go on sale noon PST on June 11.

Marc Webb tweeted this behind the scenes photo from The Amazing Spider-Man.

A brand new DC themed fighting game, Injustice: Gods Among Us, has just been announced at Gamespot (via SHH).

Pajiba thinks Anne Hathaway in The Dark Knight Rises is like Alison Brie in Community. It kind of makes snese.

If The Avengers was an 8-Bit video game, this could be the swag t-shirt, via Red Bubble.

Stan Lee is starting his own comic convention in September. Read more about it at Mashable.

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Here's The Dark Knight Rises trailer recreated with sausages via The Wrap. Yeah, I don't know.

The Avengers "should have been gayer," says a fill-in post at Hollywood Elsewhere.

This Thing bust bank is pretty busty. Head to Neatoshop via Geek Alerts.

@elguapo1  found this post on Mask of Reason that surmises Loki actually won at the end of The Avengers. It's a curious theory.

This War Machine may look like a statue but it's made out of paper. Read more on Paper Replika via Nerd Approved.

The Situation from Jersey Shore is getting his own comic book. The first look is at Wizard World (via CBM) and it's as bad as you imagine.

Artist uwedewitt puts superheros on famous album covers, via The Awesomer. That's Dr. Strange on Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon.

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The Amazing Spider-Man viral has been incredibly in-depth and Superhero Hype is still on top of it. Above is one of the latest videos revealed but there are more photos and documents at the link.

You can now order this limited edition Avengers themed Iron Man at Sideshow.

HeroClix TabApp will begin incorporating Marvel characters according to App Advice.

More Dark Knight Rises fan created posters, here's Alfred and this Facebook page (via SHH) has Gordon too.