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You know that collector in your life who has everything, and is impossible to buy presents for? No need to stress any longer because you can buy him or her superhero poop! No one will see this gift coming.

Etsy seller Antoni’s Art Asylum makes fake turds from polymer clay and puts them in a special, labeled jar. They’re extra fancy because they’re created to match the colors of superheroes like Batman, Hulk, and Spider-Man. So many poop choices! Each pile of colorful crap is made to order so no two will be alike, just like real poop. Leave it in the jar or put it on a friend’s floor or bedside table for laughs.

Check out Hulk and Spidey droppings after the break.

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When you spend part of every day commuting, it can get boring. October Jones, of Text from Dog fame, spent some of his time on trains in late 2012-early 2013 drawing new and cartoon-y heads for his fellow passengers. It looks like he based the heads on the commuter’s outfit. The person dressed in red (pictured above) became Spidey, and others got Batman, Hellboy, or Waldo heads. Though it’s not exactly subtle – you might get caught taking the picture – it’s a fun enough idea that people probably won’t mind.

Check out more of the illustrated heads after the break.

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The first trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 has arrived and it features quite a bit of Electro towards the end. Check it out after the break…

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Pause for a moment and think about this: there are children who have never experienced the joys of a ViewMaster. In fact, some of them probably don’t even know what the toy is. You can show them the magic of the classic toy with fancy new releases featuring Darth Vader and Spider-Man. Each ViewMaster has bright designs and comes with three reels full of pictures that tell a story.

And they’re not just for children. I can’t wait to relive my past with these.

Check out the Spider-Man ViewMaster after the break.

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Batman and Spider-Man collide with Calvin and Hobbes in this art by Timothy Lim. He’s taken two well-known Calvin and Hobbes strips and turned them into Batman and Spider-Man comics and the result is fantastic. I think the Batman version wins because, shark.

See the Batman version after the break (click the images to enlarge)…

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Looks like Spider-Man had enough of Batman and all his toys so sold everything he had to buy a boat (seriously, he might be living in it). The Spider-Man speedboat matches Spidey’s costume and looks like it has plenty of room for gadgets. A web-slinger mounted on the front would be the perfect finishing touch.

See another picture after the break…

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Could you imagine if superheroes were real and used social media? We’d be constantly entertained. Between selfies, pictures of space and aliens, scenes from battle, and photos of the Avengers mansion, we’d all be stalking them. Comediva has imagined what heroes like Iron Man, Spider-Man, Thor, and more would post if they had access to Instagram and vintage filters. They should tag every single one as a humblebrag.

See more amusing examples after the break.

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This Spider-Man 2 teaser trailer is currently running at the Sony Pictures booth at San Diego Comic-Con and it really shows off how creepy-good Jamie Foxx’s Electro is going to be in the film. If this doesn’t get you excited about the movie, then nothing will!

See the full teaser after the break…

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Every story has a beginning. Our past shapes who we are and influences who we become. It’s true whether you’re a regular human or a superhero. Artist Khoa Ho took a look at the origins of heroes such as Batman, Iron Man, Superman, and more. When you look into their past, you see an orphan, a genius, and an alien. They evolved into something bigger, and this beautiful minimalist style art shows the transition perfectly.

Check out more superhero history art after the break.

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