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  1. Arrow Casts A Mom For Felicity; Gotham Locks Down Another Villain

    Geez, who's left?

    Arrow and Gotham are the two biggest names in DC TV shows right now, with The Flash trailing juuust behind (which is ironic when you think about it). Today two new casting decisions were announced, and they're both... kind of awesome?

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  2. SDCC Cosplay: Orphan Black, Doctor Who, & Dragons!

    Oh my!

    Yup, pretty sure that's three folks dressed as Daenerys' dragons - Rhaegal, Drogon, and Viserion. My Targaryen heart!! Take a look at some more fantastic cosplay to come out of San Diego Comic-Con 2014!

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  3. SDCC Cosplay: DC Collectibles’ Bombshells Come to Life

    When DC Collectibles Bombshell statues were revealed the very first thought I had was, "I can't wait to see cosplay of this." They've been popping up here and there but San Diego Comic-Con was the first time the entire group, ahem, assembled.

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  4. The CW Casts DC Comics’ Wildcat For Season 3 of Arrow

    Get ready to sweat!

    Arrow executive producer Marc Guggenheim revealed during SDCC that the show's third season would feature the arrival of Ted Grant, alias Wildcat, a Justice Society of America member and a trainer for heroes in the DC comics--and with next season's October premiere date rapidly approaching, we now know who will play the man behind the myths.

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  5. Comic-Con Exclusive Interview: New Wonder Woman Creative Team Says She’s “A Feminist Icon”

    Great Hera!

    Husband and wife team Meredith and David Finch have not yet taken over DC's Wonder Woman title, but already they've made headlines for an awkward interview. At San Diego Comic-Con this weekend, TMS Editor-in-Chief Jill Pantozzi gave them the opportunity to elaborate on what they meant, and on what changes we can expect to see when they take over for Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chang in November.

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  6. Constantine Pulls Out All The Creepy Stops In Extended Trailer, Focuses Less On Liv

    That computer, though...

    DC and Warner Bros. have released a new trailer for Constantine that reflects some of the show's recent changes, particularly the departure of Lucy Griffith's character Liv. The updated trailer contains some familiar clips with the soon-to-depart Liv as well as new scenes that hint at an altered focus for the show--there's less emphasis on the living, more on the dead, and I'm digging it.

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  7. Things We Saw Today: Babs + Usagi BFFs 5eva

    In the name of the moon and Gotham, they will punish you (post-selfie).

    Super-talented comic book artist D.J. Kirkland said he wanted to put the newly re-designed Batgirl and Sailor Moon (Crystal) into one illustration, because he feels like they would be best friends if they were in the same universe. We agree, sir. We agree. (via Babs Tarr on Twitter)

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  8. What You’re Missing at SDCC: Preview Night

    Toys and statues and BATMAN, oh my!

    Our own Jill Pantozzi is on the ground in San Diego for Comic-Con, and because we can't be there (and you probably can't either), she's taking scores of pics to keep us jealous. Yesterday was preview night, and Jill got snaps of the goods on offer at the Dark Horse, DC, Quantum Mechanix, and Star Wars Pavilion/Hallmark booths. Jill, you're absconding with some of those Star Wars Rebels statues for the office, right?

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  9. Happy Batman Day, and Happy 75th Anniversary to the Caped Crusader!

    Long may he whispergrowl in our hearts!

    The Dark Knight turns seventy-five this year (just about how old he is in Batman Beyond), and DC's planned a lovely celebration, including the most important part of any birthday party: goodie bags for everyone!

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  10. The Rock Admits He’s Playing A DC Superhero With The “Power of Superman” For Warner Bros.

    Uh, uh, uh, you didn't say the magic word.

    Dwayne Johnson has seemingly revealed the DC Comics role he's been after for so long.

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