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Wonder Girl

We Can Be Heroes

The Bay Area Adds To Batkid-Mania With Their Very Own Wonder Girl

You remember the fun San Francisco (and everyone else) had with Batkid, right? Well the Bay area town of Vallejo recently celebrated another young individual by turning them into a superhero for a day. Everyone, say hello to Monika Romo, aka Wonder Girl. 

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Supergirly

SDCC’s Exclusive Super Best Friends Forever Figures Will Be Available From DC Collectibles

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.

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Wonder Woman & Donna Troy Strike A Pose

This is actually a tribute to cosplayers Jay Justice and Adya Moran by artist Kevin Bolk. (via Comics Alliance

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Great Hera!

Super Best Friends Forever Will Not Continue With the Next Season of DC Nation

Lauren Faust tweeted this picture last night along with the text “Been missing these ladies lately…” This prompted our fellow ladies in comics blogger Sue from DC Women Kicking Ass to press for more information, and Faust, the showrunner behind My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and The Super Best Friends Forever shorts for the DC Nation hour on Cartoon Network, confirmed the sad news that when DC Nation finally returns from an unexpected hiatus in January, we won’t be seeing any more of the SBFF’s brand of equal opportunity crime fighting any time soon.

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Great Hera!

Enjoy a Sneak Peek of This Weekend’s Super Best Friends Forever, Featuring Supergirl and a Super Special Guest

While I’m primarily a Batman fan, each of the girls Super Best Friends Forever have walked straight into my heart and set up shop. Batgirl, for being the adorable nerdy fangirl of the group, Wonder Girl for basically being a female Samurai Jack, and Supergirl as soon as she suggested, with a throwing up of The Horns and a bit of an electric guitar riff, that Lex Luthor’s secret lair could use a good TP-ing. And speaking of Supergirl, she’s the one girl we haven’t seen get a short centered on her yet. I mean, it’s not surprising, there have only been two shorts so far, centered on the home life of Wonder Girl and Batgirl, so logically the third one would focus on Supergirl.

But I still squeed a bit when I saw this preview. I mean, come on. Listen to this evil laugh.

(via Comics Alliance.)

Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

First Footage Of Super Best Friends Forever Shows Us Who’s The Responsible One Of The Group (& Who’s Not)

We knew Lauren Faust, creator of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, would bring us something wonderful when we first heard she was creating an animated short for the DC Nation programming block of Cartoon Network. Especially considering it features Supergirl, Batgirl, and Wonder Girl. Now we have solid proof. The Super Best Friends Forever short debuts this Saturday morning, sometime during Green Lantern: The Animated Series or Young Justice but you can watch 15 delightful seconds of it here.

(via Comics Alliance)

Great Hera!

Revamped Teen Titans Releases First Image

In the torrent of news regarding D.C.’s upcoming reboot/re-imagination, the first image and description of the upcoming Teen Titans reboot has released. It was stated earlier that none of the new members of Teen Titans will have met each other before, which is emphasized in the description:

Tim Drake is forced to step out from behind his keyboard when an international organization seeks to capture or kill super-powered teenagers. As Red Robin, he must team up with the mysterious and belligerent powerhouse thief known as Wonder Girl and a hyperactive speedster calling himself Kid Flash in TEEN TITANS #1, by Scott Lobdell and artists Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund.

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