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  1. Agent of S.T.Y.L.E. – Aquaman’s Aquatic Apparel

    Fish scales are so in this year!

    Last week, we got to see an image of how Jason Mamoa will appear when he portrays Aquaman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. The largely monochromatic image has largely been met with approval for showing Momoa's Aquaman to be someone who most of us would not want to fight, one who is ready to unite the seven seas or seven core members of the Justice League or the seven Horcruxes perhaps. Let's look at what's led us to this point in costuming history...

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  2. DC Comics’ Catwoman is Officially Bisexual — Here’s Why That’s Important

    Catwoman #39 was released yesterday and confirmed what many fans have guessed over the years about everyone’s favorite cat burglar.

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  3. The Mary Sue Interview: DC’s Gotham Academy Team Talks Influences, Inspiration, and Issue 5

    And what job would they each have at the fictional school.

    If you're not reading DC Comics' Gotham Academy, you should be. With two main female characters of color, cameos from famous Gothamites, and enough creepy castle action to satisfy any lover of gothic lit, this comic has something for everyone (especially for those of us who hang around The Mary Sue community). Issue 5 is out today, so we sat down with writers Brenden Fletcher and Becky Cloonan as well as artist Karl Kerschl to talk about our favorite boarding school badasses.

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  4. Batman’s Rogues Gallery Looks Amazing and Ominous in the New Arkham Knight Trailer

    This game will take you all the places you want to go.

    This trailer has an awful lot of Scarecrow for a game literally named after a brand new villain, but Rocksteady seems to have found a way to make him appropriately badass to fit the Arkham series and its new M rating, and there's also some Poison Ivy and Harley, so we're going to allow it.

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  5. The Mary Sue Interview: Sara Richard On Creating The Gorgeous New Set Of DC Tarot Cards

    At this year's Toy Fair, DC Comics announced they would be releasing a brand-new set of Tarot cards inspired by their characters. Eisner-nominated artist Sara Richard was tasked with the deck, and we sat down to talk with her about her inspiration for the set.

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  6. Looks Like CBS’s Supergirl Show is Looking to Cast a Superman

    But maybe not quite how fans might want to see him.

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  7. Gotham Gab: “Red Hood”

    Red hood, red herrings, etc.

    Wow, last night's Gotham was...eye opening, to say the least.

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  8. There’s an Amazon Living in My House: Our Review of Sideshow Collectibles’ Wonder Woman Premium Format Figure

    Sideshow Collectibles provided The Mary Sue with something for review we've been coveting for a whole year -- their Wonder Woman Premium Format™ Figure. Bring on the Amazon!

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  9. Oh My Dancing Baby! Calista Flockhart Is Playing Cat Grant on CBS’s Supergirl

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  10. DC Gives 11-Year-Old Girl Who Asked for More Female-Lead Content Her Own Superhero

    Those glasses! My heart!

    Back in January we told you about Rowan Hansen, an 11-year-old comic lover who hand-wrote a letter to DC sharing her frustration over gendered toys and lack of representation for female fans. Nearly a month later, Rowan and her message that "girls read comics, too" are still gaining traction, with the fifth-grader appearing on an NBC Today segment this morning to accept a token of DC's "commitment to fulfill their promise" to create more "superhero fun for girls."

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