Superhero Bits: MTV Movie & TV Awards Give Marvel Love, 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' Hints & More

Want to see some alternate Venom concept art inspired by Mark Bagley version of the character? What production of Stan Lee's is being auctioned off as an NFT? What's the latest hint at some spoilery casting in Spider-Man: No Way Home? Which Marvel stars and titles walked away with MTV Movie & TV Awards? What's the real reason Michael Rooker visited the Avengers: Infinity War set? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits.

Get a little peek at "Armed and Dangerous," the upcoming 15th episode of The CW's Batwoman season two.

Supergirl showrunners promise better days ahead for Supercorp now that Lena and Kara are both back.

DC's Legends of Tomorrow end up in the Cuban Missile Crisis in the upcoming "Bay of Squids" episode.

One of Stan Lee's earliest web series – which pioneered the term 'webisode' – is being auctioned as an NFT.

Here's a close look at the Lucifer series thanks to a little featurette release by Warner Bros. Entertainment.

Karen Fukuhara received the 2021 IMDb "Fan Favorite" STARmeter Award for her key role in The Boys.

Concept artist Matt Millard posted designs he created for the first Venom movie, inspired by Mark Bagley.

Fans of Gotham made #SaveGotham trend on social media in hopes of getting the canceled show to come back.

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Anthony Mackie won Best Hero at the MTV Movie & TV Awards, and here's the interview afterwards.

There's another possible hint from IMDb about a spoiler cast addition for Spider-Man: No Way Home.

DC Comics rounded up some of the most iconic moments with Joker in Batman: The Animated Series.

Dave Bautista says getting Drax make-up on for Guardians of the Galaxy is a "traumatizing" experience.

Kathryn Hahn and Elizabeth Olsen won Best Fight for WandaVision at the MTV Movie & TV Awards.

James Gunn explained the real reason why Michael Rooker visited the Avengers: Infinity War set.

Here's a look at Disney's Hotel New York featuring an assembly of artwork inspired by Marvel characters.

In case you didn't know, Zack Snyder has the Justice League sequels planned out if anyone actually cares.

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Thor: Ragnarok - Surtur Marvel Legends Figure

Marvel Legends is releasing a 13-inch figure of the Thor: Ragnarok villain Surtur with a huge fiery sword.

Batman Single-Cup Coffee Maker

If you like your coffee black like the night, then this one-cup coffee maker featuring the Batman logo is for you.

Iron Man 2 Hot Toys Briefcase Armor Figure

The 1/6 scale figure of Tony Stark in his briefcase armor from Iron Man 2 is available for pre-order right now.

Marvel Heroes Plate

Get your kids to finish their meals be revealing Marvel's superheroes on this melamine bamboo plate with rim.

Read the previous edition of Superhero Bits right here.