Superhero Bits: The Amazing Spider-Man, Captain America, Batman Returns, Stan Lee, Iron Man

Will Kat Dennings be back for Thor 2? Does Emma Stone know about what eventually happens to Gwen Stacy? Want to learn a bunch of new things about Tim Burton's Batman Returns? What's the latest on Stan Lee's new superhero? How has Captain America's uniform changed in The Ultimates comics and why is Iron Man doing a Care Bear stare? Read about all this and more in today's Superhero Bits.

Marvel.com has a few new photos of Peter Parker's family in The Amazing Spider-Man.

Is Kat Dennings coming back for Thor 2? She answered the question in a GoldDerby fan interview linked over at Comic Book Movie. Here's the quote:

I do know the answer to that. [However] I do not have the clearance to talk...interpret that as you will. I've asked when I can say things, but apparently I can't yet, so that will come soon.

Everyone in the comics community knows what eventually happens to Gwen Stacy. Emma Stone spoke to IGN about the inevitability of her character's story arc.

Here's a treat for you Tom Hiddleston fans.

I wish I could just copy and paste this entire article. Over on The Playlist they have a 20 year anniversary article featuring five things you didn't' know about Batman Returns. Phenomenal.

Oh, so that's the reason why the web-shooters in Amazing Spider-Man are mechanical and not biological...you can sell more merchandise, such as these web-shooters from Geek Alerts.

The Los Angeles Times has an update on Stan Lee's newest superhero, The Annihilator.

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I kind of hope we eventually see women wearing these Avengers dresses by ToughTink via IO9.

Artist James Zapata at All About Villains (via Geek Art) did some gorgeous renderings of Batman villains like Scarecrow.

In an interview with Yahoo (via CBM) Marc Webb spoke about how he felt Andrew Garfield was possessed by a spider in The Amazing Spider-Man:

He was so committed to the physical dimension of the character, like he really was focused on feeling like a spider was taking over him and keeping that DNA alive and every time I would see him, his elbow would be moving a certain way and he was embodying the, like he really was, it felt like he was being taken over by a spider — and when he got in the suit it really paid a lot of dividends.

Hot Toys via CBM revealed a full look at their Amazing Spider-Man figure.

Who wouldn't want their own comic toilet roll from Geek Alerts?

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For the geeky girl looking to stay cool this summer, head to this Etsy page via Fashionably Geek to grab an Amazing Spider-Man skirt.

Artist Josh Ln has designed some Nintendo Power Gloves with a superhero twist. You can link to merch at Fashionably Geek. They're so bad.

Superhero Hype posted this footage of Stan Lee in The Amazing Spider-Man video game.

This Loki art, called Fantasy, is even more impressive in full. Head to Cool Vibe to see Johnson Ting's work.

Pleated Jeans (via Nerd Approved) posted this image of Iron Man joining the Care Bears.

Comic Book Movie linked to an interview with the composers of the new Dark Knight Rises mobile game.

Captain America got a whole new look in The Ultimates universe, a universe the Marvel movies love to borrow from. Thanks to IGN.