Superhero Bits: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Dark Knight Rises, Iron Man 3, Amazing Spider-Man, Avengers

Want to find out when the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles show will premiere and how to help out a TMNT fan documentary? How does Shane Black look on the set of Iron Man 3? What is the number one fanboy problem with superhero films like The Amazing Spider-Man? How does Mega City One look in Dredd? Is Willem Dafoe surprised at the origin story in The Amazing Spider-Man? Do Spider-Man characters lend themselves to the Scott Pilgrim world? Want to see mashups of The Avengers and Batman as well as The Avengers and the X-Men? Read about all this and more in today's Superhero Bits.

TurtlePOWER Teaser from FauxPop TV on Vimeo.

Check out the teaser trailer for an independently produced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle documentary called Turtle Power. Read more at Bleeding Cool and head here to contribute.

Empire Magazine has a great new interview with Michael Caine discussing The Dark Knight Rises.

Hot Toys (via CBM) has released a whole bunch of images of Batman from The Dark Knight Rises.

The Amazing Spider-Man has crossed $75 million domestically.

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Comic Book Movie complied a bunch of Iron Man 3 set photos and info including this look at Shane Black directing Robert Downey Jr.

The new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon will premiere on September 29. Read more at Entertainment Weekly.

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A mini Bat Signal from Think Geek.

Willem Dafoe told Empire (via CBM) he was disappointed The Amazing Spider-Man told the same story as his film:

I have lots of thoughts. Where do I start? I haven't seen it. I don't know what to say. I will say that I did see the preview and I was kind of shocked at how it's another version of exactly the same story. Surprising. I wish them well, but I think it's hard to beat the charm, the naive charm, of the first one. There's never really any possibility of going back.

TFAW has this cool Hit Girl statue up for pre-order.

Matt Singer has an awesome article on Critic Wire about how fan assumptions ruin a lot of superhero movies.

The Durrrrian (via IO9) made a whole series of The Avengers as Medieval characters and they're gorgeous.

Movies.com has a few little things for you to look for in The Amazing Spider-Man.

This Peter Parker vs. The World art by The Madman is just too awesome.

The Cinearama Dome at Arclight Hollywood is one of the best theaters in the country. As long as it's not a 3D movie. Read some Amazing Spider-Man horror stories on Hollywood Elsewhere.

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The announcement trailer for Marvel vs. Capcom Origins has been released. Thanks to Egotastic.

Trailer Truth, a great feature on Movies.com, attempts to figure out what happens in a movie versus what you think will happen based on the trailers. With The Amazing Spider-Man, this is particularly enlightening.

Dark Knight Rises Bane Bust from Entertainment Earth via Geek Alerts.

Bleeding Cool waded through the spoilers of The Dark Knight Rises press notes and found a few gems.

Olly Moss and Daniel Danger are having fun with these Batman posters, aren't they?

MTV has five facts you probably don't know about The Lizard, the baddie in The Amazing Spider-Man.

Here's a poster for that Batman vs. Avengers movie you'll never get to see. Thanks to ScreenCrush.

Variety reports the number of international screens The Dark Knight Rises is on versus The Dark Knight is upped significantly.

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Marvel has released The Avengers Second Screen App. It's a must have for Comic-Con. Read more at SHH.

The guys at Movie Moron are decidedly unmoronic with their thought on an Amazing Spider-Man sequel and point out that the video game, already is one.

Empire Magazine (via CBM) ran this look at Mega City One in Dredd.

Comic Book Movie has run some new passages about The Joker which might hint to Robin being in The Dark Knight Rises.

Here's the cover of Uncanny Avengers, the new X-Men/Avengers comic part of Marvel's NOW program. Via Newsarama.

Spike's All Access was all about The Amazing Spider-Man.

Check out the latest video of Batman and Batman Live G4.