Superhero Bits: Iron Man 3, Dark Knight Rises, Amazing Spider-Man, The Avengers, Dredd

Where can you see Dredd at San Diego Comic-Con? How about the brand new Marvel film, Item 47? Want to read a 50-page booklet about The Dark Knight Rises? Does Robert Downey Jr. know where things go after Iron Man 3? Which U.S. Senator has a role in The Dark Knight Rises? Why is a Batman toy in a Marvel box? What is Marvel doing to completely reboot their comic books? Read about all this and more in today's Superhero Bits!

Above: The Stormy Knight By Alex Pardee is a San Diego Comic-Con exclusive print. Head to Zerofriends for more info.

Above is a new motion poster for Dredd, which will have its first screening on preview night of San Diego Comic-Con. Head to www.judgementiscoming.com for info.

If you really want to spoil yourself for The Dark Knight Rises, Comic Book Movie has posted the entire 50 page set of production notes regularly given to press before a screening. It's spoiler-filled, but lots of new information.

Incredibly, this is not an image from The Dark Knight Rises. It is, in fact, the Hot Toys version of The Bat.

In the new Entertainment Weekly, Robert Downey Jr. comments about Iron Man 3:

These things tend to, in Act 3, really become about the same old things. So let's really flip that. I feel like I don't know where you go after Iron Man 3. Leave it all on the field, you know?

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Marc Webb won't confirm who pops up during the credits of The Amazing Spider-Man in this interview with MTV.

The Amazing Spider-Man made $35 million on Tuesday, setting a new record.

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Here's a video of David Arquette showing off a huge, painful, Wonder Woman tattoo he has. Thanks (I think?) to Bleeding Cool.

If you're attending San Diego Comic-Con, the SDCC Blog has info on how you can complete a scavenger hunt to see the new Marvel film Item 47.

Something tells me this Marvel Heroes Batman toy over on Geekologie isn't official.

Empire posted a five part Dark Knight Rises feature with some very cool quotes from everyone from Christopher Nolan all the way down.

Funny Avengers photoshop from 9Gag.

DC had The New 52 and Marvel is about to launch Marvel NOW. Read a bunch more about the huge relaunch at Entertainment Weekly.

Over on Nerdglass (via Comics Alliance) you can check out some amazing stained glass work with a nerd twist, such as The Avengers symbol.

Movies.com examines when you can watch The Amazing Spider-Man with your kids.

Piece of Cake made this Batman themed wedding cake on When Geeks Wed (via That's Nerdalicious).

WhatCulture has a list of five spoilers that have been revealed in the Dark Knight Rises marketing that you may not have picked up on.

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Film School Rejects posted an infographic on whether or not to reboot a superhero franchise.

If you want that great Captain America Hot Toys exclusive from Sideshow Collectibles, it's currently up for pre-order.

We Love Fine has a huge selection of cool Spider-Man shirts including this gem.

United States Sentor Patrick Leahy of Vermont has a role in The Dark Knight Rises says Yahoo. And the film will screen July 15 in his state.

Geek Art posted a collection of art by Simon Monk called Secret Identity.

David Williams' Amazing Spider-Man poster is simple, but great.

ThinkGeek is having a sale on children's Marvel bathing suits. Which I'm only mentioning cause these things rock.

Comic Book Movie has complied a bunch of info on Iron Man 3 shooting and how you can be a part of it over the next few days. They also posted this above set video. I have no idea what it is.