Superhero Bits: Avengers: Infinity War, Justice League Dark, Batman V Superman, Captain Marvel, Daredevil

Is Justice League Dark moving forward or what? How much could Avengers: Infinity War cost? Want another look at Batman v Superman's Batmobile? How about a first look at The Flash's Zoom? What's the main challenge of adapting Captain Marvel? How are Daredevil and Jessica Jones advertising at New York Comic-Con? Read about all this and more in today's Superhero Bits.

DC Super Hero Girls

Mattel introduces its new DC SuperHero Girls line of action figures.

Dave Bautista teases more Drax backstory in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.

Nelson and Murdock

Daredevil's Nelson & Murdock are advertising their services at New York Comic-Con.

And meanwhile, the real Hell's Kitchen is positively covered in Jessica Jones graffiti.

Loki and Ultron join forces in a trailer for Disney Infinity 3.0's Marvel Battlegrounds Play Set.

A Utah man is in trouble for posing as a federal agent to score a VIP pass to the Salt Lake City Comic-Con.

SuperMansion NYCC cover

Crackle's SuperMansion gets an NYCC exclusive comic book, with a cover by Rob Liefeld.

Read a synopsis for the Lexi Alexander-directed episode of Arrow.

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Photographer Clay Enos offers another look at Batman and his Batmobile.

Take it with a big grain of salt, but: Rumor has it the two-part Avengers: Infinity Wars will cost $1 billion.

Meet Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Werner Von Strucker, played by Spencer Clark.

Captain Marvel writer Meg LeFauve discusses the challenge of writing an extremely powerful female superhero.

Hasbro Legends Rogue

Hasbro unveils a new line of Marvel Legends figures, including a classic Rogue.

Justice League Dark is rumored to be moving forward with producer Scott Rudin.

Zoom is seen and heard in a new promo for The Flash.

Simon Kinberg compares Fox's X-Men plans to Star Wars, and looks back on the Fantastic Four flop.

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Quinn Fiction

This t-shirt has Harley Quinn by way of Pulp Fiction.

Magneto White

Magneto and his snow-white costume get a Marvel Now ArtFX+ statue.

Ant-Man calendar

An Ant-Man 2016 calendar to help you count down the days until the sequel.

Batman Pumpkin hoodie

Add a little pumpkin spice to your wardrobe with Halloween-themed Batman apparel.