Superhero Bits: DC Black Label Is Coming, Where’s Hawkeye, Shazam Set Photos & More

The Batman - 1939

What is the new DC Black Label comic imprint? Would you like to see The Batman set in 1939? Where is Hawkeye in all of the marketing for Avengers: Infinity War? Will Spider-Man continue to be called Iron Spider after Infinity War? Which movies could be part of Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Why is Michael B. Jordan paying for a girl’s broken retainer? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits.

Ghetto Gastro talks about how they prepared “Wakanda Patties” for the Black Panther #TasteofWakanda.

Avengers: Infinity War is opening up one day earlier on April 26, 2018 after being bumped up a week earlier.

Marvel asked their female employees which of Marvel’s women inspire them the most. Watch their answers.

DC’s new Black Label comic imprint will pair the best creators with some of the best characters at the company.

Marvel runs through their 10 favorite death scenes from the first 99 episodes of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD.

A new comic book in the DC Black Label line imagines what happens if The Joker was killed in Gotham City.

Artist John Regan imagines a version of The Batman with Jake Gyllenhaal as the Dark Knight back in 1939.

Joaquin Phoenix doesn’t regret passing on any Marvel roles, but he doesn’t have a problem with them either.

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