Superhero Bits: Iron Man 3, The Wolverine, Amazing Spider-Man, Kick-Ass 2, Arrow, Thor: The Dark World

Want to see a few more seconds from Iron Man 3? When and where can you direct questions to the creators of The Wolverine? What Spider-Man world record was set at New York Comic-Con? Is Mark Millar happy with the progress on the set of Kick-Ass 2? Has Guardians of the Galaxy launched its official page? How are the deleted scenes from The Amazing Spider-Man looking? Where is Thor: The Dark World currently shooting? Which superheroes is Olly Moss now drawing? And why is Superman dressed like Harry Potter? Read about all of this and more in today's Superhero Bits.

Comic Book Movie posted a second look at the Iron Man 3 trailer.Mark Millar reported from the set of Kick-Ass 2, including more hype for the Hit-Girl/Mother Russia fight. Read more at Superhero Hype:

Everything is working perfectly and Vaughn was correct when he told me to trust his judgement when he hand-picked Jeff Wadlow for this gig. This feels like the next chapter of something we all dug a great deal, incredibly consistent with what came before, but at the same time going a little darker and a lot bigger.

Olly Moss has been making doodles of Batman villains. Head here for more.

Will Ant-Man start shooting in January 2013? That's the rumor but that seems a bit too early.

If you've got to carry around a suit, it might as well be in this superhero case. Buy it here via Fashionably Geek.

James Gunn revealed the official Facebook for Guardians of the Galaxy.

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Hugh Jackman and James Mangold will answer questions from the set of The Wolverine next Monday. Read more here or watch the annoucnement above.

Here's a great story of window washers at a children's hospital dressing up like superheroes for the kids.

Anton Emdin did this funny Stan Lee cameo art, via Xombiedirge.

At New York Comic-Con, Marvel set the world record for signatures on a greeting card celebrating Spider-Man's birthday: 2,707.

DC Comics is releasing a bunch of cool, new collectible posters available. Great stuff. That's just one.

Will video game films be the next superhero films? Ain't It Cool News believes so.

Thanks to Sir Mitchell for this great Gif.

Comic Book Movie has a bunch of non-spoiler images of the crew setting up to shoot Thor: The Dark World.

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Mike Mitchell has been reskinning a classic Superman pose with different pop culture icons. Here's Harry Potter, head to his site for Hulk, Charlie Brown, Ned Flanders and more.

Superhero Hype posted some images of Deathstroke on The CW's Arrow.

How does Loki fit into Thor: The Dark World? Screencrush has some ideas.

Cool piece of art by Michael Latimer called Feral, via Expresso Beans.

The Playlist tweeted this link to a 20-minute segment from The Charlie Rose Show featuring Christian Bale and Christopher Nolan talking Batman Begins.

Comic Book Movie posted this deleted scene from The Amazing Spider-Man. Head here for even more info and video.The Avengers made another $33 million in the home market this week.