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  1. [UPDATED] Warner Bros. Announces the Cast of Suicide Squad (and Which DC Comics Characters They’re Playing)

    I'm just gonna let you have the big one right here—Will Smith will be playing Deadshot.

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  2. Say Hello to LEGO Kevin Smith & LEGO Geoff Johns, Debuting in LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham

    Say hello to our little friends.

    Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is set to release LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham this November but have just announced a few new additions to the lineup. None other than Batman fan/director Kevin Smith and DC Entertainment chief creative officer Geoff Johns. Plus another DC Universe surprise!

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  3. The Teen Titans Are Getting Another TV Show, And This Time It’s Live Action

    Ok but what about a live-action Tiny Titans, you guys?

    And you'll probably never guess which network it's going to wind up on...

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  4. Warner Bros Is Working On A Supergirl TV Show And I Have A Lot Of Feelings About It, Ok?

    This is not a costume. These are my clothes.

    I heard a rumor. I wasn't sure if I wanted to believe it or not. But I checked with some people and my sources say it's happening - a Supergirl TV show.

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  5. Wonder Woman vs. Parademons in this Justice League: War Clip

    Educated Guess

    DC's upcoming animated feature Justice League: War is based on the Geoff Johns and Jim Lee story from the New 52 and the newest clip from it features Wonder Woman fighting some Parademons. However you may feel about the storyline, the video above is... not exactly promising. Sure, it's nice to see Wonder Woman kicking ass, but the random costume that doesn't match anything she's ever worn before and the fairly wooden voice acting doesn't exactly bode well for the film. Thoughts? Opinions? Fire away! Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  6. DC Comics’ Shazam Probably Isn’t Getting A Movie And It’s All Superman’s Fault

    Faster than a speeding bullet!

    Not all white dudes with black hair and superpowers are the same, guys. GEEZ. On the bright side, at least there's another superhero who won't be getting their own movie before Wonder Woman premieres in live-action on the big screen.

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  7. Nerd Celebrities Show Off Their Pets In Charity Calendar [VIDEO]

    Today in Awesome

    Anne Wheaton, wife of nerdlebrity Wil Wheaton, has put together a special project right up our alley - it combines nerds and adopted animals! Donate a minimum of $40 on their Wiggle Waggle Walk page (it's tax-deductable) and a calendar featuring the likes of Felicia Day, DC's Geoff Johns, Phil Lamarr, and more will be mailed to you along with your reciept. All funds donated will go to the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA. Supplies are limited, so act fast! (via Wil Wheaton) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  8. UPDATED: The CW Is Planning To Give DC Comics’ The Flash A TV Series

    Faster than a speeding bullet!

    I know, guys...I know.

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  9. First Female Green Lantern of Earth?

    If you liked it then you should have put a Lantern Ring on it

    With Geoff Johns' finale for The Green Lantern foreshadowing the possibility of a ring finding its way into the hands of a human woman from Earth, DC is teasing the debut of the newest Green Lantern. They released the above portrait and even mentioned the name of the lady in question (Jessica Cruz) and the fact that she is a "controversial figure" in possession of a controversial Lantern ring. Check that out behind the jump.

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  10. Bruce Timm Hasn’t Left DC Comics Animation Just Yet; Will Collaborate on Superman Anniversary Short

    Faster than a speeding bullet!

    Bruce Timm recently stepped down from his executive producer position at the DC Universe Animated devision of Warner Bros, give many children of the 80s and 90s a very nostalgic sad. True, the DC Animated Universe, which included shows for Batman, Superman, Static, Batman Beyond, and the Justice League, hadn't had a new installment in a while, but Timm's departure just reminded us that that era was over and done with. But the artist is giving Superman, at least, one more go. After all, it's the big guy's seventy-fifth birthday pretty soon.

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