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  1. 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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  2. The Rumored Title for DC’s 2019 Standalone Batman Movie Is Hilarious

    Well, we think it's hilarious. But we still might be in weekend mode.

    This rumor comes courtesy of Latino Review, and yeah, yeah, we know. Bear with us. It's Monday morning. Nothing much is going on yet, and we want to do a short post on this because, well, we think it's funny. The latest output from the rumor mill is the DC/WB are working on a standalone Batman movie for 2019, and its title will be...

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  3. Gotham Gab: Share Your Thoughts On The Season 1 Premiere, “Pilot”

    Gotham, the DC Comics-inspired, Bat-story before Batman, premiered tonight on Fox. We want to know what you thought!

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  4. Hooray! The Supergirl TV Show’s Officially Been Picked Up

    Superhero shows for ALL THE NETWORKS.

    You've heard the rumors. You've speculated about how awesome it would be. Now Greg Berlanti and Ali Adler's Supergirl live-action drama series is officially getting a commitment from the only network TV station that doesn't have their own superhero yet.

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  5. Greg Berlanti Says It’s “Well Past” Time For A Supergirl Show; Bruce Timm Working On Gritty Justice League Series

    Consider us super-pumped.

    "We're well past due for those kind of characters in film and TV. I've gotten a number of messages from friends and former coworkers who write me about their daughters wearing superhero outfits instead of princess outfits and how they're grateful that people are working on it. I definitely think there's a need."

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  6. First Video of Batman v Superman‘s Batmobile in Car Chase Bat-Action

    Atomic batteries to power!

    You've seen the Batmobile from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice before, but now you can finally see what it looks like careening through the streets of... Gotham(?) in a spoiler-free car chase video from the set.

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  7. Pace Yourself: New Battle of the Five Armies Character Poster Reveals Thranduil

    Ronan? Is...is that you?

    Earlier this week Warner Bros. revealed a beautiful panoramic tapestry for the upcoming final installment of the Hobbit trilogy, and now the first character poster of Lee Pace as the party-pooping Elven king Thranduil has been released. Hit the jump for a peek at Pace!

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  8. Fox Is Making A TV Show Based On Neil Gaiman’s Lucifer

    That is a lot of derivations.

    Looks like Fox is ready to give NBC's Constantine a run for its Judeochristian demon-snagging, DC Comics-inspired money. But instead of a Billy Idol lookalike demon hunter, they're going for a David Bowie lookalike demon king. Err, demon piano bar owner. Whichever he feels like, man.

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  9. Teen Titans, Go! We Select A Fancast for TNT’s Teen Titans Live Action Pilot

    But will the theme song be as catchy?

    Last week it was announced that DC Entertainment is working on a Teen Titans television pilot for cable channel TNT, which, as we're all aware, knows drama. As a big fan of the cartoon line-up when I was... well, older than I was supposed to be and still watching cartoons, I thought we'd take the time to explore just who we'd like to see in a Teen Titan teen drama. Teen!

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  10. Dear DC Comics, This Is Why You Shouldn’t Leave Creative Little Girls Behind

    A geek dad reports.

    For my birthday a few months ago, my buddy Matt gave me Justice League: Axis of Villains, a superhero board game by DC Comics and game maker Wonder Forge. “It say ages 8 and up,” he tells me, “but I read the rules. Cassie’s smart. She can handle it if you play together.”

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