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Black Canary

  1. Things We Saw Today: Doctor Who‘s Eleventh Doctor In Funko Form!

    Finally, I can take Eleven home with me! Erm.... *blushes*

    At long last, my Doctor is available in Funko Pop! form! Here's the Doctor Who Eleventh Doctor Pop! vinyl figure, now available on sale at the HotTopic website in this exclusive pre-release!

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  2. Victory is Ours! DC Comics Debuting New Bombshells Series and Variant Covers This Summer

    "A story of the DC heroines, all the DC heroines."

    "DC Comics Bombshells is one of the wildest things I’ve ever had the pleasure to create—a story of the DC heroines, all the DC heroines, in a crisis that defines themselves as well as their generation."

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  3. [UPDATED] Things We Saw Today: Target “Most Likely to Screw Up Star Wars Merch”

    #WeWantLeia, but not like this!

    TMS reader, Kirsten McKnight tipped us off to this really disappointing Star Wars shirt from Target featuring Leia as "Most Likely to Be Rescued." Really? Not "Most Likely to Rule?" or "Most Likely to Be a Senator?" or "Most Likely to Rebel?" Get it together, Target!

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  4. The Flash Mob: “Who Is Harrison Wells?”

    Cisco, I could hug you to death.

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  5. The Cover For DC’s Black Canary #2 Has Us Jazzed About This New Girl Band Comic

    Black Canary #2 hits stands and online retailers July 15th, and Annie Wu's cover is everything. Written by Brenden Fletcher (of Batgirl and Gotham Academy), we have a feeling this is going to be one rockin' comic (sorry). #2 is even going to have a variant cover by Batgirl's Babs Tarr.

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  6. The Psychology of Inspirational Women: Black Canary (Laurel Lance)

    The Background: Black Canary is the alter ego of Dinah Laurel Lance, and was one of the first DC female superheroes, along with Wonder Woman. Black Canary’s initial name in DC comics was Dinah Drake, and in the later series the Black Canary was based on two separate people – mother (Dinah Drake) and daughter (Dinah Laurel Lance). In the comics Black Canary temporarily worked with the Justice League and also with Oracle (formerly, Batgirl).

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  7. The Mary Sue Exclusive Preview: Christy Marx’s Black Canary Story From Secret Origins #11

    Before we get into DC's Convergence event, there's still some books we're looking forward to getting our hands on. One of them is the final issue of Secret Origins and we just so happen to have an exclusive look at Christy Marx's Black Canary story!

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  8. Let’s Take a Minute To Celebrate The Awesome Female Creators At DC Comics

    Yesterday the annual DC summit wrapped up at their new offices in Burbank, California, and clearly a good time was had by all (though it would have been better if they've stayed in New York City and we got to hang out with them... shh, no, Victoria, don't be jealous). Here we have Babs Tarr (Batgirl), Ming Doyle (Dark Universe), Becky Cloonan (Gotham Academy), Annie Wu (Black Canary), and Genevieve Valentine (Catwoman).

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  9. Things We Saw Today: Everything Is Awesome! At the BAFTAs, Anyway

    Take that, Oscars.

    The LEGO Movie got the appreciation it so richly deserved at the biggest awards ceremony in filmmaking: the BAFTAs. Fun fact: There used to be an award show people really liked called the "Academy Awards" or  "Oscars," and then everyone got the sense that they were out of touch and stopped caring.

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  10. 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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  11. All About Arrow: “Midnight City”

    It was Laurel's first day on the job! What did you think? Will she ever replace Sara in your hearts? I mean, granted, she's never spent years with the League of Assassins, but she's doing her best. Let us know what you think of the new Canary (and the rest of "Midnight City") in the comments!

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  12. All About Arrow: “Left Behind”

    Oh my god, Diggle actually got to DO stuff.

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  13. Arrow‘s Caity Lotz Talks Sara Lance and Media Representation At New Orleans Wizard World Comic Con

    One of the more popular panel at last weekend’s Wizard World Comic Con New Orleans was a very laid back, casual chat with Caity Lotz (Arrow/The Machine/Mad Men), where she spent the better part of an hour laughing and answering fan questions about everything from her role on Arrow to women in films to LGBT representation in television and comic books. Did you miss it? That’s ok; I’m here for you. I’m magnanimous like that.

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  14. There’s a New Black Canary On Arrow, What Do You Think?

    Well, it's very... black. None more black, even.

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  15. Your Day Needed A Set Of Tiny Big Barda and Black Canary Cosplayers

    So, like, a regular Barda, then?

    Remember a few years ago when Mini-Huntress and Power Girl stole our superlady-loving hearts? If these images of their latest Halloween costumes, then the girls are back with a vengeance this year.

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  16. All About Arrow: Discuss the Season 3 Premiere, “The Calm”

    Uncontrollable shrieking.

    WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAT! What! WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAT!

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  17. 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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  18. 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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  19. Paul Dini Wants Female Fans to Read Black Canary/Zatanna OGN

    Highly Successful Marketing Strategies

    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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  20. 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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