Want to see a sensual image of Catwoman from The Dark Knight Rises? How about a behind the scenes featurette on The Avengers? Which character did Joss Whedon force himself to cut from the film? What does Beyonce look like dressed as Spider-Man? Have props from Man of Steel revealed one of the film’s story lines? Does Brad Bird think The Incredibles can exist in the Marvel universe? How does one of the Man of Steel actors describe the film’s tone? Is Donald Glover happy about the influence he’s had on The Amazing Spider-Man? Read about all of this and more in today’s huge Superhero Bits.

Mike Mitchell‘s new show at Gallery 1988 is amazing and heavily superhero influenced. Here’s just one example, Magnets. See the whole show and buy some pieces at this link.

Total Film has a cool new Avengers featurette with new behind the scenes footage.

Marvel confirmed that Peter Parker and Miles Morales are going to meet in the pages of Spider-Man comic books.

Whoa. Check out this Catwoman image from Dark Knight Rises promotional materials via Coming Soon.

Mark Ruffalo told IGN Movies that he’d love to do his own Hulk Movie:

Why not! It was the one character — you know, I was a comic book fan when I was a kid and I always loved the Hulk. When The Incredible Hulk, that show, came on, I would not miss that. And so if I was going to find myself in that world, this would be the guy that I would be most interested in doing. To make a very short answer long: Yeah, I’d love to have him do his own movie.

Is it crazy I kind of want Ninjaink’s above fan poster to be the official one for The Avengers? Great idea. Thanks Geek Tyrant.

Interviews with the cast and crew of The Avengers are about ready to explode with the Los Angeles press junket happening Thursday. We aren’t going to link to them all, but we’ll run really great ones, such as this chat Joss Whedon had with The New York Times. Here’s a sample discussing a scene that was cut:

One of the best scenes that I wrote was the beautiful and poignant scene between Steve and Peggy [Carter] that takes place in the present. And I was the one who was like, Guys, we need to lose this. It was killing the rhythm of the thing. And we did have a lot of Cap, because he really was the in for me. I really do feel a sense of loss about what’s happening in our culture, loss of the idea of community, loss of health care and welfare and all sorts of things. I was spending a lot of time having him say it, and then I cut that.

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