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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Our First Look at Equinox, Justice League United‘s New Cree Superhero

CBC has additional pics. (DC Comics)


Holy Rusted Metal Batman!

Here’s an Amazing Teaser for a Nightwing Webseries Fans Made ‘Cause DC Can’t Get Its Sh*t Together [VIDEO]

You know if we did a little switcheroo and the Batfranchise fell under Marvel Studios’ purview, Nightwing would’ve had his own movie all the way back in 2011*. But, alas, it’s up to DC and Warner Bros., so it hasn’t happened yet. Ismahawk doesn’t like waiting.

*If Nightwing were a female, on the other hand…

(via: Memebase)

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Power Grid

The Mary Sue’s Favorite Posts of 2013

We’ve shown you the posts that got you clicking and talking in 2013, but now it’s time to get biased. See, all of us here at The Mary Sue love writing for The Mary Sue in general, but there are some posts that we just love more than the others. Maybe something exciting happened. Maybe something disappointing happened and we relished the opportunity to write about it and discuss it with our readers. Maybe someone sent us superhero-themed sex toys. 2013 was a weird year.



Protect Yourself From the Elements (And Villains) With a Superhero Quilt

Susana and I have been sitting here trying to figure out what makes quiltoni’s Thor quilt so gol-darned cute. Is it the eyes? The shape of his face? The hammer placement? We can’t tell. But it is, undeniably, the cutest superhero quilt either of us have ever seen. Check out the rest of ‘em under the cut, and visit quilto’s deviantART page to check out her video game-themed quilts.


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: A Horse and Unicorn Wedding Cake Topper

“Do you take this man to be your lawfully wedded husband?” “My darling, I’m so sorry, but… neeeeeiiiggghhh.” (by Archie McPhee, via Laughing Squid)


In Which We Make A Terrible Pun

John Staub Gets Medieval With DC Characters

Or, rather, he imagines what DC heroes and villains would look like if they existed in the medieval era. But hey, same diff. In addition to Wonder Woman you’ll find Superman, Batman, and Lex Luthor behind the jump.

(via: Kotaku)


Faster than a speeding bullet!

Superheroes Can Dance If They Want To, They Can Leave Their Sidekicks Behind

Being a superhero is a stressful job. Sometimes when you’re defending Gotham/Metropolis/New York/CIRCLE CITY NAME HERE you just need to take a few minutes to unwind. (Looking at you, Bats.) By, say, cutting a rug. Artist Jesse Lonergan has illustrated what that might look like with his wonderful series of dancing superheroes. We’ve put some of our favorites behind the cut, including some boogying heroes of the genderswapped variety, but if you go to Lonergan’s Tumblr you’ll find a lot more characters getting their groove on—including examples from Star Wars, The Lord of the Rings, Adventure Time, Doctor Who, and more.

Oh, and I’ve also included a non-dancing drawing of the Hulk playing a flute. Because reasons.

(via: /Film)


I See What They Did There

North Korean Currency Gets a DC Villain Redesign

From Aslan Malik, the money-defacing artist who brought you dollar bills repainted as members of the Justice League, here’s the Injustice League on North Korean currency. Because villainy.