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  1. STARFIRE HAS CLOTHES ON: Deets From the Team Behind Starfire & Harley Quinn

    Starfire has a new look and a new home! Harley's... still Harley.

    It looks like Starfire might finally be getting the comic she deserves! Starfire #1, created by Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti, is coming out in June, and in it, we'll find Starfire in a new costume, and in a new home - Key West, FL.

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  2. DC Comics Announces New Diverse Lineup to “Make Room for More Types of Storytelling, More Fans.”

    New solo series for Black Canary, Starfire, new creative talent, and more!

    DC Comics made some pretty big announcements today - new titles, new creative teams - in what they're calling "even more inclusive and accessible to a wider group of readers as the publisher continues to evolve comic storytelling for its next generation of fans."

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  3. The Women of DC Comics Discuss Their Passion for Creating

    I wasn't able to attend DC Comics' "Women of DC" Panel at New York Comic Con but I'm so glad they brought together Babs Tarr, Gail Simone, Marguerite Bennett, Caitlin Kittredge, Meredith Finch, Amanda Conner, Becky Cloonan, and Amanda Salmons for a talk. Here's a few more words they added after the fact.

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  4. The Mary Sue Exclusive Preview: Harley Quinn Vol. 1: Hot in the City Sketches & Layouts

    DC Comics new Harley Quinn series is set to make its debut in hardcover this week and we've got an exclusive look at never-before-seen sketches and layouts by Chad Hardin!

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  5. DC Comics Apologizes For Content In Their Harley Quinn Art Contest

    Not a Misprint

    After a week or more of controversy, DC Comics have finally released a statement regarding the Harley Quinn comic art contest they were holding.

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  6. Things We Saw Today: Google Celebrates Rosalind Franklin’s 93rd Birthday!

    Things We Saw Today

    Rosalind Franklin, the female scientist who discovered the double helical structure of DNA during the course of her work with x-ray crystallography, would have been 93 today. Learn about how her work went largely unacknowledged for so long, and refresh on the most dramatic story you heard during high school biology over at Geekosystem.

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  7. Power Girl Duo to Tackle Monthly Harley Quinn Series

    It's A World of Laughter A World of Tears

    Harley Quinn's expanded role in the New 52 as a prominent member of the Suicide Squad was overshadowed by a costume change that alienated many fans of the character, one of the many transplants from the beloved Batman: The Animated Series to make it to comics continuity. But I'm ready to go out on a limb and say that Harley getting her own series for the second time, and that series being placed in the hands of artist Amanda Conner and writer Jimmy Palmiotti, is a big ray of hope for fans of the character.

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  8. Things We Saw Today: A Chewbacca Cameo

    Things We Saw Today

    What, did you think I was talking about movies? (Fashionably Geek)

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  9. Legendary Comic Artist Joe Kubert Passes Away

    so long and thanks for all the fish

    The art world took a huge hit yesterday when it learned one of its most famous and respected members had passed away. Comic book artist and founder of the Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art, Joe Kubert, died yesterday at the age of 85. 

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  10. Things We Saw Today: Superhero Shirts, With Capes, For Grownups

    Things We Saw Today

    Well, "grownups," and I absolutely use those quotation marks to include myself. (Fashionably Geek)

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