Superhero Bits: The Dark Knight Rises, The Amazing Spider-Man, Galactus, Agent Coulson, Batmobile

When can you watch a documentary about The Batmobile? How much money does Bruce Wayne make versus Peter Parker? Want to watch some gameplay of the fighting game Injustice: Gods Among Us? Is it possible to win a screening of The Dark Knight Rises, early, in your hometown? What happens when Spider-Man goes steampunk? Read about all of this and more in today's Superhero Bits.

Set your DVR's. The CW is airing a documentary called The Batmobile 8 p.m. July 16 according to Huffington Post. It'll also premiere at Comic-Con.

Screenwriter John August sets the record straight in the case of Iron Man, Agent Coulson, and the IMDB.

Denis Medri reimagined Spider-Man and his enemies in the steampunk world. Thanks to Geek Tyrant.

ABC's Nightline did a feature on The Dark Knight Rises Monday night and while the full segment doesn't seem to be online, you can get a bunch of clips here.

Check out some gameplay footage from the DC fighting game Injustice: Gods Among Us. Thanks to IGN via The Awesomer.

Badass Digest did the right thing and inducted Batman into their Badass Hall of Fame.

Alex Pardee's disturbing piece "The Day I Killed Peter Parker" will be on sale at Comic-Con. Read more about it here.

Telegraph found a scientific break down of whether it's possible, or not, for Batman to land on the ground after jumping from a building. Thanks to Daily What.

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Superhero Economics: Bruce Wayne vs. Peter Parker via H&R Block

H&R Block did this great infographic about Superhero Economics pitting Batman vs. Spider-Man. Thanks to Geeks of Doom for the heads up.

More Spider-Man vs. Batman in this video set in Toronto. Thanks to IO9.

What Culture has their idea of five potential story lines for The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

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This Sideshow Collectibes Galactus Maquette is kind of insane.

Discover Magazine uncovers the questionable ethics behind superhero journalists. Thanks to IO9.

ScreenCrush did a good feature on Comic-Con exclusives and their number one pick were these Batman Arkham Asylum figures.

Basically, if you released a movie this summer, it'll end up playing on FX. Next up, The Amazing Spider-Man says Deadline.

Batman comes to Sideshow with this beautiful piece now available for pre-order.

If The Amazing Spider-Man got you interested in reading the comics but you don't know where to start, the AV Club has a good primer.

You can now get this cool Pixel Heroes art we ran a few months ago on a t-shirt at Design by Humans (via Shirtoid).

If you're at San Diego Comic-Con, you might have a chance to screen The Dark Knight Rises early in your hometown. Read more on Superhero Hype.

NOTE: With Comic Con beginning tomorrow, Superhero Bits will be off until Monday. Have a great rest of the week!