Superhero Bits: Avengers Age Of Ultron, Agent Carter, Bartman, Incredible Hulk, Captain America

Want to see Avengers: Age of Ultron, as Lego, in two different ways? What comic outsells Batman in France? Who wants Hollywood to stop using Frank Miller's Batman stories? How did Chris Evans once again prove his worth to play Captain America? Did someone make a super cut of the lonely Hulk scenes in The Incredible Hulk? And remember Billy Zane as The Phantom? Read about all this and more in today's Superhero Bits.

The Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer, in Lego, by JimA73.

Gotham episode 13 has a new synopsis via Comic Book Movie.

Marvel posted a new Agent Carter featurette.

See a ton of concept art from Billy Zane's The Phantom.

Avengers Age of Ultron Group Tower

Disney released this Avengers: Age of Ultron photo this week, though it's almost exactly like an image in the trailer. Click to see it larger.

In France, the Bartman comics outsell Batman via Bleeding Cool.

Aquaman premium

Sideshow teased an upcoming Aquaman premium format figure.

For one more day, Marvel is running a good deal on their Marvel Unlimited package.

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This is a trailer for Avengers Now the Comic Book, which I see as a preview as what the Avengers in the movies could be in 10 or 15 years.

Good article on Toybox about the importance of 2015 for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Age of Ultron Lego preview

Artist Paul Lee (via CBM) posted some Avengers: Age of Ultron Lego comic book pages. They're not from the movie though.

Vulture asks Hollywood to stop using Frank Miller's Batman stories.

Captain America himself, Chris Evans, visited a sick child over Christmas.

How to knit a Wonder Woman sweater.

Flash Alternate logos

3dconceptualdesigner (via CBM) posted sevearl different versions of The Flash TV logo.

What does Paul Thomas Anderson's Punch Drunk Love have in common with Superman?

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Jim Martin Captain America concept

Comic Book Movie posted some Captain America and Fantastic Four concept art by Jim Martin.

Joker sneaker

Joker sneakers.

Incredible Hulk Lonely supercut via NBC.

Bat-Symbol-Food-Dish

Batman fans with pets might want to look into this.