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  1. Warner Brothers Announces Plans for a Virtual Reality Batman: The Animated Series Project

    Now you, too, can become the night!

    If you are a living, breathing human, then at some point in your life you have fantasized about hanging out in the Batcave. That dream might soon come true, sort of: Warner Digital Series, DC Entertainment, and OTOY are currently working together on a "holographic video" project that will bring the batcave right up into your (Oculus Rift-adorned) eyeballs. But wait! It gets better—it's gonna be Bruce Timm's Batcave!

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  2. The Flash Mob: “City of Heroes”

    No mere flash in the pan.

    Last night, The CW premiered The Flash, their DC Entertainment spinoff of Arrow. Did it make you smile?

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  3. Our First Look At The Flash‘s Captain Cold, Plus a Flash-y New Trailer

    Just as long as he doesn't make any Mr. Freeze puns.

    The grapevine's saying some pretty good things about The Flash, which premiered last night on the CW. We'll have an open thread for you to share your thoughts a bit later on in the day, but for now, here's our first look at Prison Break's Wentworth Miller as baddie Captain Cold. He's in the trailer above, plus you can see him in some pics below the cut.

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  4. Ben Affleck on Batman v Superman: “If I Thought We Were Remaking Daredevil, I’d Be Out There Picketing Myself”

    No guano.

    Ben Affleck knows you're judging his ability to play Batman based on the utter failure of Daredevil even though that's completely unfair. He made a really bad movie. Big damn deal. I haven't seen Batfleck haters wanting to drum Ryan Reynolds out of the superhero world because of Green Lantern. He gets it. He understands. Look into his eyes. Buy a ticket to Gone Girl. Beliiiiieeeeeeeve.

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  5. Hooray! The Supergirl TV Show’s Officially Been Picked Up

    Superhero shows for ALL THE NETWORKS.

    You've heard the rumors. You've speculated about how awesome it would be. Now Greg Berlanti and Ali Adler's Supergirl live-action drama series is officially getting a commitment from the only network TV station that doesn't have their own superhero yet.

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  6. Greg Berlanti Says It’s “Well Past” Time For A Supergirl Show; Bruce Timm Working On Gritty Justice League Series

    Consider us super-pumped.

    "We're well past due for those kind of characters in film and TV. I've gotten a number of messages from friends and former coworkers who write me about their daughters wearing superhero outfits instead of princess outfits and how they're grateful that people are working on it. I definitely think there's a need."

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  7. Constantine Casts The Spectre’s Alter Ego

    Vengeance!

    To be clear, the only character that's been cast is Jim Corrigan. Just an ordinary homicide detective, trying to do his job. Yep. Nothing portentous to see here.

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  8. Netflix Just Paid a Bat-Load Of Money For Gotham Before It’s Even Premiered

    So you'd better bat-like it!

    Netflix is really sure you're going to like FOX's new baby Batman series Gotham. They're so bat-certain you're going to want to bat-watch it, they've picked purchased the series before it's even premiered—for a reported bat-whopping $1.75 million an episode. Holy major gambles, Batman.

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  9. The CW’s The Flash Casts Its Captain Cold

    Brrrrrr!

    Do you like...Prison Break? Do you like...the Flash? Then today is your lucky day!

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  10. Zack Snyder Answers the Most Important Question About Batman v Superman: Why Is It “v” and Not “vs”?

    Spoiler: The movie will actually take place entirely in a courtroom.

    There's some other stuff, too, like why an older Batman is in the film and the challenges of bringing back Superman for round 2. But the "v". The v is what's important.

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