Superhero Bits: Daredevil, Superman, Fantastic Four, The Dark Knight, Amazing Spider-Man 2

How can you buy a 9.0 rated copy of Action Comics #1? Is there a new viral site for Captain America: The Winter Soldier? Want to see the Avengers: Age of Ultron Comic-Con trailer, via storyboards? Where can you see a clip from the Roger Corman Fantastic Four documentary? What does Vincent D'Onofrio look like as Kingpin in Daredevil? Why does Mickey Rourke still hate Marvel? Read about all this and more in today's Superhero Bits.

Action Comics #1

The most perfect issue of Action Comics #1 ever found is currently on eBay. It ain't cheap.

A cryptic new minimalist Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. billboard is now up in Los Angeles, via EW.

SHIELD vs HydraA new viral site for Captain America: The Winter Solider is offering up a trip to the premiere of Avengers: Age of Ultron.NeoDusk reimagines a Star Wars esque sequel to Guardians of the Galaxy.Flash promo

A new promo image for The Flash via Superhero Hype.

Check out a storyboarded version of the Avengers: Age of Ultron Comic-Con trailer via the SDCC Blog.

Here's a deleted scene from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 featuring Max Dillon's mother, via Yahoo. Head here to see a makeup featurette with Electro too.

Three different takes on Marvel Universe Live from Film School Rejects, Latino Review and Screen Crush.

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/Film reader Matt W did this great behind the scenes album from The Dark Knight.

IO9 explores why superhero movie romances suck. And again.

Here's a clip from the Roger Corman Fantastic Four documentary, via Collider.

John Romita Sr. and Jr. are teaming up for a Superman comic book.

Here's Vincent D'Onofrio doing the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. What really makes this interesting, is this is his Kingpin look for Daredevil. Thanks to CBM.

Mickey Rourke still isn't a fan of Marvel movies.

More info about the props and costumes of Guardians of the Galaxy from Marvel.

Bleeding Cool examines the relationship between Guardians of the Galaxy and nostalgia.