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  1. Dorkly Asks Who’s Faster: Superman Or The Flash [VIDEO]

    Strongbad? Is that you?

    Which DC hero is faster? I'm not sure, but I definitely know who's the biggest jerk. Hint: it's both of you. I sentence Superman and The Flash to a two-legged race, at regular, non-hyperbolic speeds. Nothing is faster than teamwork.

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  2. DC Comics Changed Its Mind, Will Allow Superman “S” on Memorial Statue

    Good news!

    Yesterday we told you about DC's decision not to allow the Superman "S" Shield to be used on the memorial of a Toronto child who died due to neglect and abuse. In a statement today, however, DC has reconsidered their position and will let the shield be used on the memorial after all.

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  3. DC Comics Declines to Allow Superman Logo on Memorial for Slain Child

    Sad story of the day.

    Today in understandable legal moves but totally regrettable PR moves, DC Comics' legal affairs have declined to allow Superman's 'S' shield to be used in a memorial to a Toronto child slain by neglect and abuse.

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  4. Batman Hearts Superman, And Other Hilarious Memes Of Yesterday’s Batman v Superman Image

    "I want you to remember the man who looooooooves you."

    No one quite knows why Superman looks so glum in the Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice teaser photo that was released yesterday. Still shaken up over the whole Zod thing from Man of Steel? Just saw The Iron Giant and feeel personally responsible? Who knows, but his misery (as well as Batman's misery, of course) is our amusement in this gallery.

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  5. 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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  6. First Look at Superman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Sure Looks Like Superman!

    Still wearing your underpants on the inside I see.

    Not that anyone was probably expecting a drastic change or anything, but the first look at Superman in Dawn of Justice looks an awful lot like Superman in Man of Steel.

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  7. First Pic of Henry Cavill on the Batman v Superman Set Confirms That Superman Will Wear Clothes

    That's one super tailor he has.

    I know, I know: you're disappointed about the "wearing clothes" thing, but damn that is a nice outfit, is it not? What we can see of it behind the t-shirt Cavill's holding, a bit of promotion for The Royal Marines 1664 Challenge, anyway. And his chair says "Clark." Adorable.

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  8. Is This Warner Bros.’ New Slate Of Superhero Films?

    Wonder WOOOOMAAAAAAAAAN!

    Some new rumors claim Warner Bros. is working mighty hard the next few years. How many films do you think will come before Wonder Woman's solo outing?

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  9. DC Comics Writer Chuck Dixon Claims His Conservative Politics Lost Him Jobs in Comics

    For A More Civilized Age

    Chuck Dixon has not just written a lot of Batman comics, he was heavily involved in my favorite era of the character, in which the state of Batman's relationships with his various surrogate family members and friends held just as much weight as his triumph over his foes. And while Gail Simone is more closely associated with the Birds of Prey, Dixon was the first to popularize the all-female superhero team in a way that wasn't primarily for the male gaze. From his most popular and longstanding work in the DC Universe alone, you would not immediately guess that Dixon is an outspoken social conservative. This weekend, Dixon and artist Paul Rivoche (whose graphic novel adaptation of a popular conservative reading of the history of the Great Depression hit shelves in the last month) published a post on the Wall Street Journal's opinion section bemoaning the predominantly liberal bias of modern comics (as they see it), claiming that Dixon's career dried up once he started to voice his political views in the workplace, and calling conservative creators of all stripes to take up the torch and catch up to the left wing in their dominance of the market. I think.

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  10. The Internet Reacts to the Big Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Title News, Brings the Snark

    Holy Rusted Metal Batman!

    Our first reaction to hearing the title of the Man of Steel sequel will be Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was "wait a diggy damn minute, [PERSON A] v [PERSON B] is a court case." But other people around the Internet, particularly on Twitter, had different reactions, because the World Wide Web is full of many different variations on snarky smack talking. Here's a sample.

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