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  1. Former Kryptonians Helen Slater & Dean Cain Head to CBS’s Supergirl

    Once you're in the Super family, you're in it for life.

    Am I super excited about this news? You bet!

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  2. Oh My Dancing Baby! Calista Flockhart Is Playing Cat Grant on CBS’s Supergirl

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  3. The Mary Sue Exclusive Preview: DC Comics’ Smallville: Continuity #10

    There's just a few chapters left in DC Comics' Smallville: Season 11 and we've got an exclusive look at this week's installment!

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  4. Exclusive: Bitten’s Laura Vandervoort, “We All Need A Strong Iconic Female Character To Look Up To”

    Interview

    Syfy's latest supernatural series, Bitten, moves to a new timeslot tonight, Monday at 8/7c. The Mary Sue was fortunate enough to grab an email interview with its star, Laura Vandervoort. You may remember her as Supergirl on The CW's Smallville or Lisa on ABC's V remake. In Bitten, Vandervoort plays Elena, the lone female werewolf hailing from Kelley Armstrong's Women of the Otherworld novel series. We asked her about taking on the fan-favorite role, werewolf gender roles, and...the strong female character. 

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  5. DC’s New Gotham TV Show Will Feature an Adolescent Bruce Wayne on His Path Towards Bat-dom

    Gotham-ville?

    On a recent press tour, Fox Entertainment chairman Kevin Reilly confirmed that the upcoming Gotham TV show will be, at least in part, geared around a young Bruce Wayne working his way towards becoming Batman. Of course, that immediately conjures up thoughts of Smallville, and we're not sure how to feel about that.

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  6. Fox’s Gotham TV Show Will Have Bruce Wayne, Villain Origins, According To Reports

    Holy Rusted Metal Batman!

    Some new details have emerged about the upcoming Gotham television show. Looks like we may have another Smallville on our hands. 

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  7. Things We Saw Today: Lovely Rainbow Dash Ballgown Cosplay

    Things We Saw Today

    We found Flying-Fox's costume at Fashionably Geek.

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  8. Is Battlestar Galactica’s Tahmoh Penikett Going To Play A Superman Villain In Man of Steel?

    Faster than a speeding bullet!

    Tahmoh Penikett is cementing himself into our nerd culture. His role on Battlestar Galactica would have been enough but he didn't stop there. Next, he took a major role on Joss Whedon's Dollhouse, then we found out he'd be appearing on the CW's Arrow. But the latest news has Penikett set to star in Zack Snyder's Man of Steel. But as who? Well, that's where things get interesting. 

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  9. 5 Stars, Would Elect In Real Life: Our Favorite Fictional Presidents

    It's just about over, folks. You're one day away from not having to see another political ad for nearly 24 months. Now that you've made your voice heard -- you did vote, didn't you? -- for the candidates of your choice, take a moment to sit back and reminisce about some of the Presidents that the world of geekdom has given us. After all, participating in a democracy is tiring work, and you've earned a break today of all days. If you're not done telling people how you think things should be done, though, by all means, let us know what Commanders-in-Chief you think should or shouldn't be on this list, either in the comments or on our Facebook page. It may not be your civic duty or anything, but we always want to hear what you think.

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  10. Things We Saw Today: Handpainted Zelda Heels

    Things We Saw Today

    Esty user Magicbeanbuyer created these for herself but is now taking orders. And yes, they come in flats too! (via So Geek Chic)

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  11. There’s A Campaign To Get Hutchinson, Kansas Renamed Smallville In Honor Of Superman

    Faster than a speeding bullet!

    Those familiar with the Superman mythos know that the Man of Steel got his humble beginnings in a small Kansas town named Smallville. It's a fictional town of course but one man is trying to change that by getting his hometown of Hutchingson to alter their name.

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  12. Someone Else Who’s Not Finnick Has Been Cast In Catching Fire

    May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor

    The casting announcements for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire continue to come at us fast and furious. But no, it's still not Finnick, which is kind of ironic when you think about it considering this actor played Arthur Curry/Aquaman on the CW's Smallville. Lionsgate has just revealed who will take on the role of District 1's Gloss - Alan Ritchson.

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  13. Could Batman Make His TV Comeback Courtesy Of The CW’s Arrow?

    Holy Rusted Metal Batman!

    Most of us remember the impression Batman left the last time he starred in a live-action television show. Adam West's portrayal will never be forgotten but in the wave of Christopher Nolan's more realistic (and highly successful) take on the character in film, could Batman ever be brought back to the small screen? According to the CW's Arrow writer Marc Guggenheim, the answer is yes. 

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  14. Did Oliver Queen Just Kill A Dude In This CW Arrow Clip?!

    Don't Try This At Home

    I'm following the CW's big Smallville follow-up, Arrow, with a sharp eye. Oliver Queen is one of my favorite characters (when written well) and I'd love to see this show succeed. The clips and trailers we've seen so far have been promising, with tons of action and a seemingly serious take on Green Arrow, but if this new clip from TVLine is to be believed, Arrow is going to be really serious. Deadly serious to be exact. Watch as Stephen Amell's Ollie gets out of a sticky situation in this clip from the pilot episode. (via Spinoff)

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  15. Here’s A Trailer For A Justice League Movie

    Misleading Headline of the Day

    Don't nerd rage at me, this is awesome. Youtube user SouperboyX started work on a Justice League fan trailer before Warner Bros. announced that they were relaunching their Justice League movie project (and starting production on tons of other character films). He writes, "Here we basically have a 'Suicide Squad/VRA/Brainiac Invasion' type thing going on here. Probably what would be the three main acts of a film." He includes footage from several recent DC films and television shows including the Wonder Woman pilot, Green Lantern, The Dark Knight Rises, and Smallville. And is that some G.I. Joe: Retaliation I see thrown in for added effect? Possibly some Transformers too? I'd see it. What about you? (via Blastr)

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  16. Being Human’s Sam Witwer Teaches Kathy Lee & Hoda How To Correctly Use A Lightsaber

    And Now For Something Completely Different

    The first thing you need to know about actor Sam Witwer is, he's a huge geek. So it's no coincidence he's had roles as the vampire Aiden on the U.S. version of Being Human, Doomsday on Smallville, Crashdown on Battlestar Galactica, or Starkiller in the video game Star Wars: The Force Unleashed. He's truly living the dream. The actor has also voiced the character, the Son, on Star Wars: The Clone Wars and just took on another role for the animated series, that of Darth Maul. To publicize his latest appearance, Witwer visited the Today Show to give hosts Hoda and Kathy Lee a few pointers on how to wield a lightsaber. Take a look at the video after the jump! 

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  17. Phil Morris, Star Of Justice League: Doom, Talks Being A Geek, & Future Comic Adaptations

    Interview

    Phil Morris has played a Jem'Hadar, a Martian, and a lawyer. Quite the interesting combination. Yes, you've seen him in several Star Trek incarnations, but most fans either know him as John Jones (Martian Manhunter) from Smallville or Jackie Chiles, the fast-talking lawyer from Seinfeld. But the actor has a lengthy voice acting career under his belt as well and most recently took on the role of immortal Vandal Savage in the Warner Home Video release, Justice League: Doom, in stores today. The Mary Sue recently got a chance to speak with Morris about the role, his career as a whole, and his huge comic book collection. 

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  18. Things We Saw Today: Our First Look at Brienne of Tarth

    Things We Saw Today

    Here's Gwendoline Christie-Helen as Brienne of Tarth, from Game of Thrones' upcoming second season. (@GameofThrones)

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  19. Oh No They Didn’t! NBC Recycles Failed Wonder Woman Pilot Costume On Lois Lane

    Today in things that make us scream incoherently

    You may think that sounds like the most ridiculous title in the world and you'd be right. This is really happening. Smallville's Lois Lane, Erica Durance, will be sporting Adrianne Palicki's failed Wonder Woman pilot outfit when she guest stars on David E. Kelley's Harry's Law. We are not amused. Hit the jump for the reveal. 

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  20. Smallville’s Lois Thinks She’s Wonder Woman On David E. Kelley’s Harry’s Law

    Great Hera!

    Erica Durance, who played Lois Lane on the CW's Smallville, has just been cast as Wonder Woman. Sort of. David E. Kelley, you know, the guy who tanked his Wonder Woman televisions series? He's chosen Durance to play "a psychologically infirm woman who retreats into the persona of the DC Comics heroine to help wreak revenge on perpetrators of domestic abuse," on his dramedy Harry's Law. David, slowly back away from the Amazon Princess. 

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