by Jill Pantozzi | 10:15 am, April 14th, 2014
by Jill Pantozzi | 2:10 pm, January 27th, 2014
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.READ MORE
by Janelle Asselin | 2:33 pm, January 4th, 2014
DeviantArt user Pryce14, AKA Jamal Campbell, has some awesome art in his gallery, including a ton of great art of superheroines! His ladies are in proportion, sexy but not objectified, and generally look pretty badass (check out that Psylocke!). Plus, bonus points because they all look like individuals instead of a carbon-copy “woman” template.READ MORE
by Susana Polo | 11:43 am, November 26th, 2013
Interrupted by World War II, Al Plastino wouldn’t bag the job that would put him in the comic history books until 1948, when he went to work for DC comics drawing stories in the Superman family, c0-creating both Supergirl and the Legion of Super-Heroes in their first appearances. Plastino died yesterday at the age of 91, in the midst of a battle to regain the rights to some of his original art, so that it could be donated to the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library.READ MORE
by Noelle Micarelli | 2:25 pm, October 22nd, 2013
by Noelle Micarelli | 3:34 pm, October 2nd, 2013
by Isabella Kapur | 4:35 pm, August 12th, 2013
For those of you who missed out on the Super Best Friends Forever merchandise at San Diego Comic-Con this year and don’t want to hunt down the adorably animated figures on Ebay, DC Collectibles is making life a little easier for you. The three Super Best Friends will be sold separately as Super Secret Storage Boxes, and each will come with the added bonus of two extra heads, with adorably fierce and silly expressions. Each figure will be sold for $24.95, starting in December of this year, and while they are not together, acquiring all three is certainly possible. Check out Supergirl and Wonder Girl after the break.READ MORE
by Brooke Jaffe | 10:15 am, July 15th, 2013
We have a present for you: an exclusive preview of Supergirl #22! Don’t feel the need to write a thank-you note, we know you guys appreciate the value of awesome comics. Check out the next installment of Kara’s adventures and see for yourself! Also, feel free to re-gift this link as much as you want– no guilt required.
Careful what you wish for! Kara may have found a home away from Earth, but it’s at a price that Superboy will have to pay to a major Superman foe!
Written by: Michael Alan Nelson
Art by: Mahmud Asrar
Cover by: Mahmud Asrar
Page Count: 32
U.S. Price: $2.99
On Sale Date: Jul 17 2013
by Susana Polo | 10:14 am, May 23rd, 2013
There’s nothing wrong with loving a well made kids cartoon as an adult: you just might have to at some point face the fact that the show is, for better or worse, probably only going to be considered successful by networks based on how well its merchandise sells, not on ratings. It’s just something that television animation fans get used to. This is at least partially why, with all the attention and love for The Super Best Friends Forever shorts on DC Nation, that folks have been clamoring for DC to offer merchandise of the characters in these incarnations.
What I’m trying to say is: If you want there to ever be a chance for SBFF as a full series, go buy a tote or something.READ MORE
by Jill Pantozzi | 12:10 pm, March 12th, 2013
Even if you weren’t a dedicated viewer of The CW’s Smallville series, I think you’d enjoy Bryan Q. Miller’s Smallville Season 11 comic. It’s available first digitally, then in hardcopy at comic shops, but it represents a nice look at Superman and friends outside the New 52. But what brings it to our attention today is the addition of Supergirl and her brand new costume. While the artist on issue #14 is Daniel HDR and this cover is by Pete Woods, it seems frequent cover artist on the season, Cat Staggs, was the one who created the look. She tweeted, “Dear 7 year old Cat, one day you will get to design Supergirl’s costume. #shutthefrontdoor #pinchme #SmallvilleSeason11″ While the boots from Supergirl’s New 52 design remain, lost is her cape and that awkward crotch patch (thank god). And yes, there are pants. What do you think of the new look? Would you like to see it transfer over to her own series?