Superhero Bits: X-Men: Days Of Future Past, Iron Man 3, Amazing Spider-Man 2, Riddler, Batman

Want to see inside the production offices of X-Men: Days of Future Past? Will Iron Man 3 have its own 3D glasses? Does the FBI play into The Amazing Spider-Man 2? Where is an art gallery doing a full comic book exhibition? How is Spider-Man invading weddings everywhere? Is there a Dark Knight Returns statue you can never own? Will the Batman comic books have a huge twist in the future? Read about all of this and more in today's Superhero Bits.

Bryan Singer's Twitter is still blowing up with X-Men: Days of Future Past goodness. Here we see the production offices with Professor X wheelchairs.

Much like they did with The Avengers, Marvel is releasing collectible 3D glasses for Iron Man 3. Thanks to Superhero Hype.

Toys Revil took Beyonce's images from the Super Bowl and turned her into She-Hulk.

The Fire Wire wrote a cool story about this Bronze Dark Knight Returns statue you'll never own.

Some ass dressed as the Joker got drunk and terrorized an Applebees. I'm sure that wasn't scary.

Marc Webb is still going strong on The Amazing Spider-Man 2. But what does the FBI have to do with it?

Comic Book Resources report on a possible major Batman storyline coming up in Batman Incorporated.

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Comic Book Movie found some new promotional images from Iron Man 3 via a foreign promotion.

Despite all the different Iron Man armors we've already seen, Screenrant has 6 more that we want to see in the movies.

Entertainment Earth (via Super Punch) posted images of some of the 1960s Batman action figures, such as The Riddler.

The Superman Homepage has a massive, massive infographic of every Superman face for the past 75 years.

This Marvel video, edited to Carbon Leaf's The War Was in Color, is pretty great.

That's Nerdalicious posted a slew of Marvel and DC cookie jars, if you're into that sort of thing.

The LTD Art Gallery in Seattle is doing a comic themed art show called Mint Condition on March 1. Click here for all the info, plus above is one piece by James Gilleard and here's another by Jayson Weidel.

Neatorama points out that people hiding Spider-Man in their wedding cakes is a new trend. See pics there.

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Neca gave a tease of their upcoming 1989 Batman toys.

Classic Marvel Comic covers as a game of Memory. See more at Geek Alerts.

They're also selling a journal that looks like a Batman uniform.

Katrina Navarro (via Fashionably Geek) created everyday outfits for female superheroes. Very cool.

And finally, we finish today's column with a Teenage Mutant Ninja Doggy via Unique Daily.