Superhero Bits: 'Crisis On Infinite Earths' Fixes A Plot Hole, Snyder Cut Campaign Does Some Good & More

What plot hole created by DC's Legends of Tomorrow did Crisis on Infinite Earths just fix? What charitable thing did The Snyder Cut campaign pull off? When will Ms. Marvel, Moon Knight and She-Hulk start shooting? What does Mad Max: Fury Road director George Miller think of Martin Scorsese's comments on Marvel movies? What year did Steve Rogers reunited with Peggy Carter at the end of Avengers: Endgame? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits.

Harley Quinn isn't having the best day in this promo for the upcoming third episode of the new animated series.

Crisis On Infinite Earths surprisingly fixed a plot hole created by DC's Legends of Tomorrow season one.

A full Stargirl trailer must be coming soon since DC Universe released this new title treatment and brief teaser.

The Snyder Cut campaign got Subway to donate 15,000 sandwiches to hungry families and support their cause.

The first edition of this Crisis on Infinite Earths featurette series goes behind the scenes of the first installment.

Thanks to Marvel Studios and the rest of their theatrical slate, Disney crossed $10 billion at the global box office.

Marvel Studios released an exclusive Black Widow poster to attendees at Comic-Con Experience (CCXP) in Brazil.

Kevin Feige says Ms. MarvelMoon Knight, and She-Hulk shows will start production sometime in 2020.

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Concept artist Ryan Meinerding created this new piece of work during post-production on Avengers: Endgame.

George Miller is the latest filmmaker to share his thoughts on Martin Scorsese's criticisms of the Marvel movies.

Mr. Sunday Movies pointed out some details you might have missed in the first Wonder Woman 1984 trailer.

Justice League writer Chris Terrio said an update on the Snyder Cut is coming soon, whatever that means.

A batch of colorful new character posters for Wonder Woman 1984 debuted over the weekend, and they're great.

The Avengers: Endgame script specifically reveals Steve Rogers returned to 1949 for his Peggy Carter reunion.

This LEGO Designer video takes a closer look at the big Batmobile set inspired by Tim Burton's Batman (1989).

Director Patty Jenkins already knows the whole story for Wonder Woman 3 and the Amazon spin-off as well.

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Iron Spider - Marvel Comics Hot Toys Figure

Hot Toys has released images of their Iron Spider figure inspired by the character's Marvel Comics appearance.

Avengers - Gingerbread Sweatshirt

This holiday sweatshirt turns The Avengers into adorable gingerbread cookies that Thanos would love to chomp on.

Batman and Robin - Batman Funko POP

Funko POP revealed the George Clooney version of the Dark Knight from Batman & Robin, but without nipples.

Black Panther Bowtie

If you want to make your bowtie even nerdier, then pick up this one that has little Black Panther faces all over it.

Read the previous edition of Superhero Bits right here.