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  1. Things We Saw Today: Glassware Straight From The Hundred Acre Wood

    Oh, bother!

    This Winnie the Pooh glassware can hold more than honey--and just look at the bottoms!

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  2. Nobody Can Hide Their Villainy in This New Trailer for Gotham

    Holy rogues, Batman!

    You might think to yourself: hey, proto-rogues gallery, how about you dial down the obvious hallmarks of your villain identities? But let's be real. We're talking about a group of people that works their motifs into helicopters, bombs, fish, and illicit nightclubs. Your average rogue will plan an elaborate, themed heist the way other folks would plan an elaborate, themed junior prom. This is about as subtle as we can reasonably expect them to get.

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  3. Shirtless Arrow, Grumpy Batman, & All-New DC Collectibles Of Your Favorite DC Women

    Money doesn't buy happiness, or shirts, apparently.

    Ok, I will be honest, while we're pretty sure it's in Stephen Amell's Arrow contract that he must be shirtless at least once an episode, we never thought they'd make an action figure out of it. See all that and more fabulous DC Collectibles you can soon have on your shelves.

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  4. New Gotham TV Spot Is Full of Puppies, Rainbows, Tragic Gravitas

    Minus the puppies and rainbows.

    No, I'm never going to let the Bruce Wayne casting call requesting a young actor with "tragic gravitas" go. What do you think? Is David Mazouz's gravitas looking tragic enough?

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  5. Things We Saw Today: Fight Crime In Style With This Batman Hair Bow

    NANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANA HAIR BOOOOWWWW.

    You can wear this leather Batman bow by Etsy seller Dulcecalaveritas either as a hair bow or a necktie. Or both. Just place bats all about your person.

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  6. Batman Hearts Superman, And Other Hilarious Memes Of Yesterday’s Batman v Superman Image

    "I want you to remember the man who looooooooves you."

    No one quite knows why Superman looks so glum in the Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice teaser photo that was released yesterday. Still shaken up over the whole Zod thing from Man of Steel? Just saw The Iron Giant and feeel personally responsible? Who knows, but his misery (as well as Batman's misery, of course) is our amusement in this gallery.

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  7. Enjoy the 4th of July With a Marathon Featuring the People Who Really Matter in Your Life: Batman

    Every bat-time. One bat-channel.

    IFC is running a Fourth of July marathon of the 1960s, Adam West Batman TV show today! For freedom! Today has 10 hours of Batman in store for you going in order from the very first episode, so take a look at the schedule after the jump. There's nothing more American than sitting inside all day watching Batman. (Either that, or I don't understand America at all.)

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  8. Zack Snyder Answers the Most Important Question About Batman v Superman: Why Is It “v” and Not “vs”?

    Spoiler: The movie will actually take place entirely in a courtroom.

    There's some other stuff, too, like why an older Batman is in the film and the challenges of bringing back Superman for round 2. But the "v". The v is what's important.

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  9. Today in Gotham News, Carol Kane and Kyle Massey Have Been Cast

    I'm not a witch, I'm your mom!

    Gotham is set to debut this autumn, but in the meantime they are piling as many character actors into they can into the series. Today it's been announced that two more roles have been cast: Carol Kane, probably best known to our audience for Annie Hall and The Princess Bride, is the Penguin's mother; Kyle Massey, a Disney Channel regular (most notably That's So Raven) and former Dancing With The Stars contestant, will also have a recurring role.

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  10. [UPDATED] Oh, Fantastic: New Creative Team on Wonder Woman Comic “Doesn’t Want to Say Feminist”

    Great, Hera!

    "We want her to be a strong -- I don't want to say feminist, but a strong character. Beautiful, but strong," says David Finch, new artist on DC's core Wonder Woman comic. So that's great. 

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