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  1. Gotham Gab: Share Your Thoughts on “Welcome Back, Jim Gordon”

    A Tim Burton movie called, Penguin. It wants its hairstyle back.

    Last night on Gotham: people did things. Some people did things to other people. Other people said things to other people. What did you think of it? Tell us in the comments!

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  2. The Jetsons Is About to Become An Animated Feature Film If Warner Bros. Gets Its Way

    It used to be rumored that a live-action Jetsons movie somehow involving Kanye West would come into existence. Now Deadline's reporting that they're not quite sure what happened to that one but there is now a Jetsons animated feature in the works from Warner Bros.

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  3. CBS Has Found Its Supergirl in Glee Alum Melissa Benoist

    Melissa Benoist, who joined Glee in its fourth season, has now officially been cast as Kara Zor-El in producer Greg Berlanti's latest DC Universe show Supergirl for CBS. Benoist isn't the first Glee actor to join the superhero ranks, either— there's also Grant Gustin and now he's doing an awesome job on The Flash now. Wait, guys, is Berlanti a Glee fan? That explains so much.

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  4. Continuing the Legacy of Dwayne McDuffie, Milestone Comics is Back

    I mean even without the broader context of McDuffie's career and ambitions, you'd still be bawling over "The Terror Beyond."

    Nearly four years ago, the comics world was rocked by the news that one of its best and brightest stars had suddenly gone out. Dwayne McDuffie, founder of Milestone Comics, creator of Static Shock, major contributor to Teen TitansJustice League, and Ben 10 had died of complications related to emergency heart surgery, one day after his 49th birthday. Now McDuffie's Milestone colleagues have announced they're ready to bring Milestone Comics back.

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  5. The Flash Mob: “Revenge of the Rogues”

    The Flash, you know I love you, but you were skirting dangerously close to Batman & Robin Mr. Freeze territory with some of that dialogue last night...

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  6. X-Men’s Jane Goldman Joining Fables Film Writing Team, Updates on Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts

    Also, the Fables movie is still a thing that is happening.

    David Heyman's Paddington is making haymen at the box office, and so he's doing the usual press thing, which means he's being asked about his other projects, i.e., two geek properties that have women writing their screenplays, so, up our alley.

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  7. [UPDATED] Check Out Adam Hughes’ Promo Art For Joss Whedon’s Ill-Fated Wonder Woman Movie

    Is there a universe where both this movie and Firefly season two exist?

    Of all the cancelled projects in the world, there's no doubt the one I'm most upset we'll never see is Joss Whedon's Wonder Woman. Morena Baccarin kicking serious butt in the classic outfit and probably something to do with psychologically-damaged ballerinas? I'm so in. Though we'll tragically never get to see what Whedon would have done with the property, we can see its solitary piece of promo art.

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  8. Gotham Gab: Share Your Thoughts on “What the Little Bird Told Him”

    MacGruber!

    What did you guys think of Jack Gruber and last night's Gotham? Share your thoughts in the comments below, but as always, beware of spoilers if you're not caught up yet!

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  9. Tom Hardy Has Dropped Out of Suicide Squad, May Be Replaced by Jake Gyllenhaal

    We Hardy knew ye.

    That featured image is Tom Hardy walking away from us. Just so we're all clear.

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  10. [UPDATED] DC Comics’ Vixen is Getting Her Own Animated Series on The CW Seed

    And Arrow and The Flash have been renewed!

    The Television Critics Association press tour has been chugging along talking to some of our favorite creators and actors, but perhaps the most exciting news to come out of it so far is that DC Comics superhero/model Vixen is getting her own animated digital series.

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