How much did Nicolas Cage‘s copy of Action Comics #1 sell for? Is there an update on a comic book sequel to Watchmen? What does Robert Rodriguez have to say about Sin City 2? Does Michael Shannon have a funny anecdote about the differences between Take Shelter and Man of Steel? How should have X-Men: First Class really ended? Read about all of this and more in today’s Superhero Bits.

I’m starving, got any super pizza back there? Thanks to KidsKidsKids via That’s Nerdalicious.

The new Superman game we featured recently is now available on iPhone and iPad.

Geeks Are Sexy has a full set of geek trading cards including the cast of The Big Bang Theory, Kevin Smith, the Mythbusters and, of course, Stan “The Man” Lee.

Mark Ruffalo spoke to The Capitol (via Comic Book Movie) and compared The Avengers to Hydrofracking. Yeah, it’s a stretch.

The How It Should Have Ended crew tackles X-Men First Class.

I mentioned this yesterday, but just to be a completist, here’s a snippet from Coming Soon‘s interview with Jeremy Renner:

[I] was blessed to be a part of [the Marvel] universe because I love what Marvel did with something so fantastical and unrealistic, making it kind of plausible, like when they did “Iron Man”. I just thought those were really great movies, the first one in particular… The character of Hawkeye was always cool. He’s kind of a rogue, shadowy character. That’s what attracted me to him. Then he’s also a human being. He just has a high skill set, so they call him a superhero.

What Culture loves the DC 52, but has found at least five major flaws with the entire reboot.

Nicolas Cage‘s previously stolen, 9.0 graded copy of Action Comics #1 recently sold at auction for $2.1 million, the most ever paid for a comic book. Thanks to Hollywood Reporter.

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