Want to see what The Dark Knight Rises Hot Wheels look like? How about the new DC Comics logo (for real this time)? How much are midnight Dark Knight Rises tickets reselling for on eBay? Does Michael Shannon understand the hype around Man of Steel? When might we see a new trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man? Read about all this and much more in today’s Superhero Bits.

Note: Due to the madness of Sundance, Superhero Bits will likely be on hiatus next week. We’ll return soon.

Wireless Goodness (via Comic Book Movie) has posted a look at The Dark Knight Rises Hot Wheels including “The Bat,” the name for the Batwing, and the Bat Pod.

Nicolas Cage spoke to Total Film about how his character changes in Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance:

Johnny Blaze is in a much different place in this movie. It’s a much edgier, almost cynical interpretation compared to the first Ghost Rider. Because in that movie, Johnny was trying to keep everything at bay, to keep things from erupting.

Maybe that DC Comics logo that leaked recently was just the beginning. Bleeding Cool has revealed more to the logo which, as seen above, changes based on characters. Visit the site for even more.

We recently ran an article that surmised The Dark Knight Rises would be a failure. Pajiba comes up with seven reasons why it won’t. And they’re not what you think.

MTV has posted this exclusive clip from Chronicle.

Tickets for sold out midnight IMAX shows of The Dark Knight Rises are going for hundreds of dollars on eBay. Thanks to the IB Times (Via CBM).

This is insane. Photographer Marcus Reugels views images through drops of water and he’s back with superheroes. Head to Geekologie (via Nerd Approved) to see Batman as well.

Michael Shannon spoke to the Los Angeles Times and said he doesn’t understand the fan culture around Man of Steel:

“There are legions of fans salivating, who will literally spend the next year and a half looking at the clock, waiting for this movie,” Shannon said, shrugging his shoulders. “That’s just the way it is. I don’t know why. Me, personally, I’m not a huge fan. I can’t even read comic books. I don’t know which panel to look at next. I hardly ever know what any of the characters are talking about. So, no, I am not one of them. But there are a lot of them. They’re out there. And they really want to talk to me about this movie!”

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