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Wonder Woman

  1. Fox & Friends Talk About Women in Comics, and by Talk We Mean Get Everything Wrong

    Is this even real? Or is it just like one big joke on us?

    In a segment so pitch-perfect for FOX it must, surely, qualify as either self-parody or performance art, the folks at Fox & Friends recently had a discussion about female superheroes in comics, like the new "bustier" Thor, and Wonder Woman. From comparing Wonder Woman's four-year-old pants-inclusive re-design to a burqa, to wondering if we are "wussifying" animated characters, this segment has it all.

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  2. 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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  3. Warner Bros Is Working On A Supergirl TV Show And I Have A Lot Of Feelings About It, Ok?

    This is not a costume. These are my clothes.

    I heard a rumor. I wasn't sure if I wanted to believe it or not. But I checked with some people and my sources say it's happening - a Supergirl TV show.

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  4. Just Wonder Woman Hanging Out With Deadpool and Man of Steel‘s Faora, NBD

    That or else Gadot and Traue have a really weird growth.

    Gal Gadot posted the above picture to her Facebook page with a caption explaining it's her, her friend Antje Traue, and Ryan Reynolds hanging out on the set of the upcoming crime drama Criminal, in which she and Reynolds co-star. But I prefer to believe this is Wonder Woman, Faora, and Deadpool stopping for a stretch break on a road trip they all took together to get away from bad directors.

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  5. Warner Bros. Registers Domains For 4 Comic Book Films, Only One Of Which Has Been Officially Announced

    Where's my Booster Gold/Blue Beetle film?!

    Warner Bros. has yet to officially announce films for three out of these four website domain registrations.

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  6. Lynda Carter And The Ladies Behind The Latest Wonder Woman Comic Talk Gal Gadot

    All of the opinions!

    Everyone on the internet has an opinion about Gal Gadot and her Wonder Woman look in Batman v Superman: The Epicest Court Case. And hey, that's great; but what about the people who are really invested in Diana? People like Queen Lynda Carter, and the ladies who are making the latest WW comic? Well, they have some feels about Gadot's look, too.

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  7. 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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  8. Rumor: Does Warner Bros. Have a “No Jokes” Rule For Their Superhero Movies?

    There's no laughing in superhero movies!!

    Saving the world is SRS BSNS.

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  9. LEGO SuperFriends Project Takes Girly Minifigs And Makes Them Into Heroes

    Everything is awesome!

    The LEGO Friends line of products got a lot of flak from feminist critics when it was first introduced, mostly because it took what was envisioned as a completely gender-neutral toy and turned it into a very tradition-conforming example of femininity. The pastel-hued sets are inspired by shopping malls and Disney princesses; the minifigs have bright eyes and slender waists. And there's so much pink! You know what the LEGO Friends could use? Some superheroes.

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  10. Pull It Together: Adventure Time, Storm, Wonder Woman, Ms. Marvel, and More!

    We've got issues. Lots of issues.

    Welcome to Pull It Together, where the goal is to narrow the massive field of comic book titles to the ones you shouldn’t overlook. It isn’t about what’s on my pull list, it’s about what could be on yours!

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