Superhero Bits: The Dark Knight Rises, Man Of Steel, Hellboy, Avengers 2, Amazing Spider-Man

Why did Ron Perlman recently dress up like Hellboy? Want to see behind the scenes photos of Christopher Nolan on the set of The Dark Knight Rises? Is there a way to get your phone synced up with Man of Steel content right now? Which problem occurred during the first Dark Knight Rises press screening? How much might Scarlett Johansson make when she returns for The Avengers 2? Did The Amazing Spider-Man have a good weekend at the box office? What honor was bestowed upon Christopher Nolan this weekend? And can you purchase Todd McFarlane's original art for Spider-Man #1? Read about all this and more in today's Superhero Bits.

Ron Perlman dressed up as Hellboy again to make the wish come true of a sick little boy. See a bunch of photos on Facebook and read more on The Hollywood Reporter. Great, great story.The Amazing Spider-Man grossed a very respectable $140 million over the long weekend.The Reel Bits (via Comic Book Movie) put up a few cool behind the scenes images from The Dark Knight Rises, like this one of Christopher Nolan scoring with Hans Zimmer. That didn't sound right.

Thanks in very large part to The Avengers, Disney has already crossed $1 billion at the domestic box office according to Deadline.

The Man of Steel Facebook Page (via CBM) has updated with this Augmented Reality QR code that teases something for Comic-Con this Saturday night.

At 11:35 p.m. tonight, ABC News will have a special profile on Christopher Nolan and The Dark Knight Rises. Head to their site for some more.

Cool Glennz Teez shirt called "Arch Enemies."

Though if you read Superhero Bits you saw them very early last week, The Dark Knight Rises production notes went everywhere during the week. Blastr has nine takeaways. It also has a list of real locations used including these in Los Angeles.

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Christopher Nolan talks to MTV about the consequences felt in The Dark Knight Rises.Dredd screenwriter Alex Garland spoke at a recent Q&A and said the film was conceived as something of a trilogy. Thanks to Bleeding Cool.

"Son of Odin vs. Son of Coul" by ninjaink at We Love Fine via Shirtoid.

Superhero Hype has an epic tome on how DC Entertainment can catch up to Marvel Studios.

Take a tour of the DC office courtesy of G4.

The Sun (via Comic Book Movie) has an article about Scarlett Johansson's upcoming Avengers 2 salary ($13 million they think) and surmises it'll start shooting next year.

This Dark Knight Returns Batman action figure is a custom job by grungethemovie via Toy Cutter.

Hollywood has made so many different kinds of superhero movies, but Gamma Squad has five types they haven't done yet.

Oh boy I wish I could afford this, but I don't have $200,000 laying around. But if you do, you can buy Todd McFarlane's original artwork for Spider-Man #1. Read more at Hollywood Reporter.

This is always a fun article. All the Spider-Man movies that almost were made but weren't. MovieFone wrote it up this time.

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Love this Storm fan art by Wayne Harris at Planet Pulp.

Movieline has a fantastic article of the cast and crew of Spider-Man and The Amazing Spider-Man answering the exact same questions. Too funny.

Nokia has used some of their software to map Gotham City from The Dark Knight Rises. Thanks to Mashable.

Personally I can't get my head around a worthy Batman reboot after The Dark Knight Rises, but Total Film has 15 different ways.

Everyone gets a star on the Walk of Fame, but few get their hands and feet immortalized at the Grauman's Chinese and Christopher Nolan is now part of the elite group. Coming Soon has a great write up on the event, which was attended by the whole Dark Knight Rises cast.

Collider has a really good interview with producers Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach talking about the history of The Amazing Spider-Man and the almost Spider-Man 4, etc.

Cool video and images about how the special effects of the high school battle in The Amazing Spider-Man were done via ScreenSlam.

At the first press screening of The Dark Knight Rises in Los Angeles, there was a malfunction with the IMAX projection.

Trailer Addict posted this featurette focusing on Andrew Garfield in The Amazing Spider-Man.

Film Crit Hulk at Badass Digest wasn't exactly a fan of The Amazing Spider-Man. Hulk Smash.

Really nice Dark Knight Rises fan art by Justin Eddy at Jeb Kennedy.

Film School Rejects listened to Sam Raimi's Spider-Man director commentary and wrote about it.

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Baby Mountain via Funny or Die did this video called The Henchman showing that maybe Batman isn't all that.

Hot Toys is releasing a Jim Gordon Dark Knight Figure. Pretty insane. See more photos at Superhero Hype.

If you've been following Dew Gotham City, the site keeps updating with their own bits in regards to The Dark Knight Rises. Comic Book Movie grabbed a bunch.

Have twenty minutes to watch Dark Knight Rises interviews? Comic Book Movie linked to the above video.