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Black Canary

  1. New Short Shows Us Who Wins In a Robot Destroying Contest: Green Arrow, or Black Canary?

    Supergirly

    There's nothing wrong with a bit of healthy competition between friends. Also, as with most DC Nation shorts, we would watch a whole show of this. Previously in DC Nation

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  2. The CW’s Arrow Will Host Two Out Of Three Birds of Prey In The Same Episode

    Almost Totally Excellent

    Guess who's back? 

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  3. Paul Dini Wants Female Fans to Read Black Canary/Zatanna OGN

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    Paul Dini has been pretty outspokenly pro-female fans in the past, even in the face of direct opposition.  He's also well-known for writing a lot of female characters that do well with female fans, such as Harley Quinn and Catwoman.  But Dini admits that many female fans of comics characters were made fans by other media outside of comics because of the success of shows like Batman: The Animated Series.  It is those fans that he hopes to attract with the upcoming Black Canary and Zatanna: Bloodspell original graphic novel with artist Joe Quinones.

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  4. The Superhero Art of Brittney Williams

    Brittney Williams just put up some charming X-Ladies art on her Tumblr, but she's got some equally adorable and expressive characters studies of the Daily Planet staff, the Wonder Twins, Black Canary and Green Arrow, and even herself. Hey, we think drawing amazing superladies totally counts as a superpower. You can find the rest of her art at her Deviant Art page.

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  5. Arrow Recap: Broken Dolls

    Recap

    Lots of DC Comics references in this week's episode of Arrow

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  6. Our First Look at Black Canary in Arrow

    Supergirly

    She's not Dinah "Laurel" Lance, but even without fishnets and with a mask, that's a pretty recognizable Black Canary. MTV says they think she's holding a sword, but I'm not so sure. Could just be a tapering baton. Caity Lotz will be playing a role that the creators have called the "beginning" of their Black Canary story, so I think it's safe to hold on to hopes or expectations that a Dinah will be in the role eventually.

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  7. Black Canary Goes to a Concert, a Kate Beaton Story

    Elsewhere on the internet

    We thought you'd like to know that Hark! A Vagrant updated, and that it's a comic about what happens when Black Canary trails a crook into a concert and discovers a new musical calling. Previously in Hark! A Vagrant

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  8. Are The Birds Of Prey Set For An Appearance On Arrow Season 2?

    DO WANT

    We already had a Birds of Prey television show. While it wasn't quite what everyone would have hoped for, I stand by my love for it. The next time we saw Black Canary was on Smallville and that's all I have to say about that. But last season on Arrow we were introduced to Huntress and we know a new Canary will appear in Season 2. Can they complete the trifecta and get us a Barbara Gordon for a new Birds of Prey team? Hit the jump to find out! 

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  9. Paul Dini and Joe Quinones’ Black Canary/Zatana to Debut in 2014

    Supergirly

    As one of the creators of Batman: The Animated Series and Justice LeaguePaul Dini is a name I trust with superheroic women, both in adaptation and in original characters like Harley Quinn. And Joe Quinones is an artist whose work is also very familiar to comic readers who like their women like they like their medical textbooks: anatomically correct (to be more specific, these days, you can enjoy his work in a lot of Marvel books and the covers of Captain Marvel). Which is why it's very cool to hear that the two of them will be collaborating on a story-contained graphic novel featuring Black Canary and Zatanna teaming up, due to hit shelves next May. Check Comics Alliance for a few more preview panels and a possible synopsis.

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  10. Nina Edlund’s Adorable Sketchcards of DC Comics Women

    Excelsior!

    Artist Nina Edlund has captured the women of DC comics perfectly in her Cryptozoic sketch card collection -- and they look so cute! Here are a few of our picks from her gallery of sketchcards, but she's drawn even more than just what we have here. Check out her website for the rest of her DC ladies!

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