Who wins in a CG fight between Hulk and Superman? Want to see some new merch from The Dark Knight Rises and The Avengers? Does The Amazing Spider-Man officially have a composer? Where can you hear real life psychological breakdowns of Batman’s villains? What does The Avengers trailer look like recut with footage from old school cartoons?  And which summer superhero movie is Kevin Smith most excited for? Read about all of this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. 

Bane gets a bobble head this summer for The Dark Knight Rises. Head to Toy News SI (via CBM) for Batman’s version.

James Horner is, in fact, doing the score for The Amazing Spider-Man. Thanks to CBM.

Facebook (via Comic Book Movie) revealed this new-ish Amazing Spider-Man logo from France.

I was alerted to a super interesting panel happening at WonderCon 2012. It’s called Detecting Deviants in the Dark Knight: Profiling Gotham City’s Serial Killers and it’ll take place Friday March 16 at 6:30 p.m. and feature several forensic psychiatrists and retired FBI agents profiling the villains in Batman’s universe as if they were real. Sounds awesome. Read more here.

YouTube user LeoCurbeloFilms recreated the latest Avengers trailer with clips from 1960s Marvel TV shows. Pretty insane. Thanks to Geeks Are Sexy. And if you like that, you can check out both trailers side by side below.

ComicBook (via Comic Book Movie) says sets are being built in North Carolina for Iron Man 3 and the mystery set title is Caged Heat.

A company called API is releasing a new line of nail polish, officially endorsed by The Amazing Spider-Man, here are a few of the colors. Thanks to Geeky Hostess (via Fashionably Geek.)

TechCrunch says Marvel: Avengers Alliance is breaking down some barriers.

Topless Robot did a rundown of the 10 best Batman: Brave and the Bold episodes. The one above, when he paired with Superman, is pretty high on the list.

CBM found an image of this Avengers themed shirt on Twitter. Not sure where to buy one yet.

Comics Alliance is running a heartwarming story of how a three-year-old girl turned her father onto superheroes and comic books. Well-worth a read.

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