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  1. Frank Miller To Close Out The Dark Knight Returns Saga With The Dark Knight III: The Master Race

    At least Superman's logo can bleed.

    Yesterday afternoon, Frank Miller announced on Twitter that he would be returning to Gotham to close out The Dark Knight Returns trilogy with this last installment, dubbed The Dark Knight III: The Master Race.

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  2. “DC Super Hero Girls” Announced For Marketing Apparel, Action Figures, and TV to Girls!

    "Featuring DC Comics’ most powerful and diverse line-up of female characters as relatable teens."

    Surprise!

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  3. Lumberjanes, Ms. Marvel, Saga, & More in the 2015 Eisner Nominations!

    The nominations for this year's Eisner Awards, to take place once again at San Diego Comic-Con, have been announced and they include TMS favorites like Babs Tarr, Colleen Coover, Fiona Staples, Kelly Sue DeConnick, G. Willow Wilson, and more!

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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. Gotham Gab: “Under the Knife”

    So... how is Milo Ventimiglia's continued creepiness sitting with you as his storyline progresses? What about Bruce and Selina's rather weighty character dynamics? Let us—and each other—know what you thought of "Under the Knife" in the comments below, but beware of spoilers as always!

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  7. New Batman v Superman Posters, Batmobile and Batsuit Images, Now in Slightly More Color!

    Next time: brighter lighting!

    The Batman v Superman marketing train has left the station whether we like it or not, and we now have posters, NBA stars test-driving the batmobile, and a full batsuit reveal! Well, a color batsuit reveal. Well, slightly more color. This is a DC movie we're talking about, after all. DARKNESS. NO PARENTS.

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  8. Jenkins’ Wonder Woman to Be “Character-Driven”; But Aren’t All Good Films?

    Is "character-driven" code for "women's movie?"

    We were thrilled that despite the sudden departure of Michelle MacLaren from Warner Bros's Wonder Woman, that they quickly filled the director slot with another talented female director, Patty Jenkins. However, as word of what was actually behind the "creative differences" between Warner Bros and MacLaren has been released by industry insiders, I was left with mixed feelings about the project.

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  9. All About Arrow: “Broken Arrow”

    This photo is Oliver's reaction to the title of this episode.

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  10. Someone Over at Google Translate Is a Huge Comic Book Nerd

    I'll be honest: I have no idea about the technical magic that goes on at Google on a daily basis, so I'm just gonna go ahead and point to good ol' fashion time travel on this one.

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  11. The Flash Mob: “All Star Team Up”

    It's another Arrow crossover! This train's off the rails! What did you think of this week's Flash? Let's talk it out in the comments!

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  12. Gotham Gab: “Beasts of Prey”

    NO THANKS.

    Last night marked Milo Ventimiglia's premiere on Gotham as serial killer Jason Lennon, another character (a la Fish Mooney) written specifically for the show; and as much as I like Ventimiglia as an actor, I'm already beyond frustrated by his character's gross story arc.

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  13. The Flash Cast and Creative Team Talk Diversity and the Importance of Representation

    "When we met Jesse Martin (who plays Detective Joe West) in New York to convince him to be a part of this show, he said he always loved comics but never saw his face in them. Now he can. Now there's a whole generation of kids who can watch these shows (and see his face, too)."

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  14. Things We Saw Today: A Neopets Cosplay That Will Take You Way Back

    This Neopets cosplay from AF is bringing me way back. From left to right: the Tooth Faerie, Taelia, the Air Faerie, the Soup Faerie, Illusen, and the Grey Faerie.

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  15. 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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  16. Things We Saw Today: Batgirl Encourages You To Read!

    Reading is cool, kids!

    This poster and bookmarks for the American Library Association feature Babs encouraging young readers to pick up a book and get busy. It's even drawn by Batgirl artist Babs Tarr!

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  17. CW’s The Flash is a Great Superhero Adaptation But Iris West is Getting Left in the Dust

    A good character with overlooked potential.

    I truly love CW's The Flash. It's my favorite live-action comic book adaptation TV series, largely because it embraces its own absurdity with a great sense of fun. Telepathic, sentient gorilla? We got that. Villains with the guts to call themselves Captain Cold and Pied Piper? Sure, we'll include them and more. But it's possible, and sometimes necessary, to also acknowledge that things you enjoy might have a thing or two to criticize. Ikeep scratching my head over Iris West.

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  18. Pull Wisely: The Mary Sue’s Weekly Comic Counsel And Chat

    So many girl gangs this week!

    It’s time for Pull Wisely (why yes, that is an Indiana Jones reference), where we give you short snippets of which comics we’re looking forward to each week – and then ask for your recommendations in the comments.

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  19. Beam Me Up, Hal: A Star Trek/Green Lantern Crossover Is Coming!

    In brightest day, in blackest night, no tribble shall escape my sight.

    Worlds collided at Wondercon on Saturday, as DC Comics and IDW Publishing announced Star Trek/Green Lantern: The Spectrum War, a six-part miniseries set to release in July. Behind the writer's helm is Mike Johnson, who was the pen behind a bunch of Star Trek and DC comics. He's joined by Angel Hernández, who was the artist's brush behind recent issues of Infinite Crisis: Fight for the Multiverse.

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  20. The Flash Mob: “Tricksters”

    Mark Hamill guest starred on The Flash last night and... OH MY GOD!!!!!!

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