Superhero Bits: Arrow, Supergirl, Jessica Jones, X-Men: Apocalypse, Fantastic Four, Heroes Reborn, Ant-Man

After a couple days away, Superhero Bits is back with tons of goodies! Has a classic X-Men star has been spotted on the set of Apocalypse? Which MCU actor recently hung out with the Suicide Squad? How did they make Michael Douglas look so young in Ant-Man? Does Brian Michael Bendis like Netflix's Jessica Jones? Ever wonder what the Marvel superheroes would look like as dogs? Read about all this and more in today's Superhero Bits.

Iron Man dog

Josh Lynch (via Geek Tyrant) reimagines Marvel superheroes as different dog breeds, because why the hell not? (Header image also by Lynch.)

The Heroes Reborn: Dark Matters digital prequel is now available on the Heroes Reborn app (via Spinoff).

Watch the first trailer for the digital series Electra Woman and Dyna Girl.

Vulture looks into the VFX wizardry that de-aged Michael Douglas in Ant-Man.

Animator Leigh Lahav explains why there's no escaping the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Film School Rejects delves into Peyton Reed's '60s-set Fantastic Four movie that never was.

Batman procures a new ride from Shaggy in this Lego Dimensions TV spot.

One mom reacts to the lack of Black Widow (and other female superhero) toys by making them herself.

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Supergirl shares an adorable behind-the-scenes look at the first day of production.

Arrow adds J.R. Bourne as Double Down, Jimmy Akingbola as Baron Blitzkrieg, and Jeri Ryan as Jessica Danforth.

The Ant-Man trailer gets a Lego makeover.

Jessica Jones co-creator Brian Michael Bendis gushes that the Netflix show is "faithful and lively."

Stephen Amell teases Green Arrow (and Marc Guggenheim drops a hint about Episode 2).

Spider-Man's Tom Holland indulged his dark side the Suicide Squad set — and it seems Marvel was none too pleased.

Patrick Stewart dropped by the set of X-Men: Apocalypse.

Uproxx runs down Marvel Studios' history of director troubles.

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Batman Arkham Knight Harley Quinn Funko

Funko Pop announces four Batman: Arkham Knight vinyls to hit stores in September.

Baymax bed

Snuggle up to Baymax with this amazing body pillow (via ComicBook.com).

Tick t-shirt

This playful t-shirt features the Tick by way of Shepard Fairey.

Pepper Potts Hot Toys

Pepper Potts (along with the Mark IX armor) finally gets her own collectible figure from Hot Toys.