Here’s another cool superhero shirt from Shirtoid. Spider-Man as an old cartoon.

Director Philip William McKinley, who took over for Julie Taymor on Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, talked to Deadline about the show and said that it’s actually doing quite well:

We are selling out every night, consistently drawing $1.7 million each week and finishing behind Wicked and The Lion King. Right now, it’s all about maintenance and being incredibly conscientious. We’ve got the New York Department of Labor in the building for every show still, but we’ve taken safety to heart.

According to this tweet, screenwriter John August apparently helped out on the Iron Man script.

Who wouldn’t want to cook in this Batman apron from ThinkGeek (via That’s Nerdalicious)?

Emma Stone spoke to the Chicago Sun Times (via Latino Review) about her experience on The Amazing Spider-Man, saying she was more “grounded” and that there won’t be an upside down kiss:

Why would we do an upside-down kiss? I’m not Mary Jane. I’m Gwen Stacy in the Spider-Man film. New girl. New kiss. I wanted to do different kisses to make our mark.

Starbuck herself, Katee Sackhoff, talks about voicing Black Cat in Spider-Man: Edge of Time. Thanks to Superhero Hype.

Geek Tyrant (via Deviant Art) found some beautiful work by Mike Henry. There’s Batman, of course, but at those links you can see all of Batman’s villains – Joker, Bane, Penguin, Catwoman, Scarecrow, Two Face, Riddler and many more – in the same style.


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