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  1. DC Responds To Those Terrible Superman/Wonder Woman and Batman Shirts

    Well, that's a nice start.

    Say what you want about DC Comics and their various and sundry public marketing snafus, but they're getting much, much better at quickly and graciously addressing fan concerns and apologizing for their involvement. Which, I guess they kind of had to when you think about it. Still, credit where it's due, guys.

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  2. But Why, Though? DC’s New Licensed T-Shirts Suggest Some Terrible Things About Women

    Must be a day of the week ending in "Y."

    It's Monday and we can only spend so many brain cells being frustrated with DC's marketing and licensing department on a regular basis, so let's try to ease you slowly into the annoyance you're about to feel. Here is the good news: they made a shirt designed for young female wearers, and another shirt for men that has Wonder Woman on it! Let's just bask in that vague knowledge for a second before actually looking at the shirts and aaaaaargh.

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  3. Six Flags Admits Female Superheroes Exist In Their New Justice League Commercial

    I'll still take a Themyscira ride though.

    It's been a long time since I visited a Six Flags park, but I always loved their Warner Bros. rides. As it turns out, they're introducing a new 3D ride in Texas and Missouri soon called Justice League: Battle for Metropolis, and it features some of DC Comics' women!

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  4. Henry Cavill & Amy Adams Take The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge In Their Batman v Superman Costumes

    Wait a second... they're already damp.

    I mean, he's Superman, right? He can handle a little cold.

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  5. A Young Adult Novel Starring Lois Lane Will Be Published Next Spring

    It's a bird! It's a plane! It's a DC woman getting her due!

    Lois Lane is finally getting her own novel in Fallout, a 300-page-plus book geared towards young adults and set for publication by Capstone/Switch next May.

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  6. Dorkly Reminds Us Of That One Time Batman And Superman Had To Share a Single Bed

    IT HAPPENED, INTERNET.

    Yeah, sure, the Dorkly article that this is from is actually about the most embarrassing fights between the caped crusader and the son of Krypton, but all of that when flew right the window faster than a speeding bullet when we laid our eyes on this delightful fanfiction trope come to (comic) life. Look at them. Look at their angry faces. JUST SPOON ALREADY YOU KNOW YOU WANT TO.

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  7. The Second Full Trailer For The Death Of Superman Lives Is Here, And It’s Crazy

    Still nothing as weird as the missing "s" in Batman v Superman. I'm never gonna let it go, Snyder.

    This second trailer for the fan-backed documentary The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened? has some breathtakingly weird details about the Nic Cage-starring, Tim Burton-directed, Kevin Smith-penned movie that never was. Long-haired Cage in a fluorescent bubble suit? Check. Multiple doomsday scenarios? Double check. Kevin Smith's requisite giant spiders? Hoo boy. We were not worthy.

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  8. Dorkly Shows The Real Way Superman Hides His Identity

    Glasses can't hide who you are, Clark.

    Tony Wilson at Dorkly looks into how exactly Superman manages to keep his identity as Clark Kent a secret.

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  9. New Major Batman v Superman Plot Rumors, Plus Ben Affleck Swears He Can Play Batman, Guys, Really

    "Where are the spoilers? WHERE ARE THEY?!"

    Ben Affleck tries to reassure the haters, and is this what Lex Luthor's evil plot is going to be?

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  10. Dorkly Suggests the “Simplest” Way to End the Batman v Superman Debate

    No Kryptonite required.

    Yeah, sure, the solution proposed in this Dorkly comic sort of works. But really, Superman's only treating the symptom and not the disease. What's gonna happen when somebody else tragically resorts to a life of crime on the mean streets of Gotham and goes after the Wayne family, Clark? You gonna go back in time and fix the extreme social disparities made possible by flagrant abuse of a capitalist system, too?

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