Superhero Bits: Daredevil, X-Men Days Of Future Past, The Dark Knight, Fantastic Four, Gotham

What does Harvey Dent look like on Gotham? Want to see an Honest Trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past? Will you be seeing more of The Flash TV show? How does Charlie Cox describe his character on Daredevil? Which DC movie could James Wan be directing? What did a spy photographer on the set of Batman v Superman have to say about it? Read about all this and more in today's Superhero Bits.

Here's the Screen Junkies Honest Trailer for X-Men Days of Future Past.

CW's The Flash was given a full season pick up.

Two Face Gotham

Here's Nicholas D'Agosto as a young Harvey Dent in Gotham, via DC All Access.

Buried in the news of James Wan returning for The Conjuring 2 is the news he may direct a movie for DC. The safe bet is Shazam due to the connection with The Rock and New Line.

Fantastic Four sequel storyboardFilm Sketchr ran some storyboards of action scenes in Fantastic Four: Rise of the the Silver Surfer that never got made.Charlie Cox talked to The Hollywood Reporter about the dark desires and passions of Matt Murdock in Netflix's Daredevil.

Looks like a specific version of The Dark Knight Joker will be in Lego Batman 3 as well.

The DC Vertigo imprint is getting overhauled in 2015.

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Gentle Giant Igor Iron Man 3

This Gentle Giant Igor statue from Iron Man 3 is amazing.

Yahoo interviewed one of the spy photographers watching the set of Batman v Superman.

Here's another new clip from LEGO Batman: Be-Leaguered.

If you want a Guardians of the Galaxy shirt, but with cats, click here.

The Joker Florey

Check out this awesome new Joker screenprint by Florey from the Poster Posse. It's on sale Wednesday.

This DC Comics visual history book seems pretty neat.


Can you identify these comedians in Batman masks? Head to The I Bang for the answers.

Boing Boing wrote about how comic book conventions became so not about comics anymore.