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Giveaway: DC Super Hero Girls Celebrates Free Comic Book Day With Their New Graphic Novel

DC Super Hero Girls is an amazing, female-led line of titles and merchandise featuring younger versions of our favorite DC heroines. The comics, graphic novels, and toys in this collection are perfect for young fans, or older fans who appreciate a different, less cynical take on the grown-up heroines they've come to know. Thanks to DC Comics, we've got copies of their latest graphic novel to give away!

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Steven Spielberg Is Joining the DC Universe With Blackhawk

Continuing his success with Ready Player One, filmmaker Steven Spielberg will be joining the DC universe as the producer and a possible director for Blackhawk, according to the LA Times.

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Giveaway: Celebrate Action Comics‘ Historic 1000th Issue With This Superman Prize Pack!

As we all know, Brian Michael Bendis, who for years was a prominent architect of the Marvel Universe, has now brought his talents to DC comics where he will be lending them to Action Comics and the ongoing adventures of Superman. His take on the Man of Steel will debut in Action Comics #1000, which drops on Wednesday. Want a copy, along with another cool piece of Superman swag?

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This Video Essay About DC Universe Inconsistencies Will Send You Down the Rabbit Hole

In this video essay, Willems examines the use of pop culture references in relation to the geopolitical implications of the DC universe. 

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DC Comics Teams Up With La Borinqueña Creator on Comics Anthology in Support of Puerto Rico

I was thrilled to write about Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez's La Borinqueña when she first came on the comics scene last year. Now, in the interest of helping Puerto Rico rebuild after the effects of Hurricane Maria (not to mention the financial stress the island has been under thanks to the United States' economic policies), La Borinqueña is getting by with a little help from her friends in the DC Universe.

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The Weather Goddess & The Mistress of the Animal Kingdom

As we celebrate Black Panther release day, I wanted to highlight two amazing black female characters in comics.

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Annihilation‘s Alex Garland Sets His Sights on Swamp Thing as His Next Fantastical Film Adaptation

Alex Garland's adaptation of the female-fronted sci-fi novel Annihilation is coming out next week, but Garland already has a potential next project in mind if DC/Warner Bros. will allow him the pleasure.

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Corinna Bechko Q&A on Earth One: Green Lantern and Building a Sci-Fi Epic

The latest installment of the Earth One DC Comics Series is Green Lantern. The story is written by Hugo-nominated writer Corinna Bechko and fellow Hugo nominee Gabriel Hardman, who also did the art of the book. Corinna is the first female writer to work on any of the Earth One series.

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Brian Michael Bendis Takes on the Man of Steel in His First Work at DC Comics

And Scarlet is coming back!

It was a pretty big deal when long-time Marvel mainstay and Ultimate Universe architect, Brian Michael Bendis, announced that he was leaving Marvel to do work at DC Comics. While he seemed thrilled about the possibilities in playing in a new sandbox, it was difficult to think about the guy who co-created Jessica Jones and Miles Morales leaving. But today, there's a new excitement as DC Comics has announced the property into which Bendis will be injecting some new life.

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TMS’ Favorite Female-Created Comics of 2017

If you're a TMS subscriber, you receive our daily newsletter, and (almost) every Wednesday I provide our weekly Pull Wisely list of comics recommendations for New Comic Book Day. Now that a full 365 days have gone by, here are some of my favorite new, female-created titles this year!

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Things We Saw Today: The Awesomeness of the Star Wars Story Group

There's a reason why the Star Wars universe is slowly, but surely, becoming a more inclusive one. The Star Wars story group.

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Gal Gadot to Be Honored With the #SeeHer Award at 23rd Annual Critics’ Choice Awards

Without a doubt one the biggest movies to come out this year was Wonder Woman. Patty Jenkins fought against rumors of a chaotic set, delays and the general doubt that a female-led superhero movie, and a DC movie at that, could be good. Yet, Woman Woman went on to become the most successful film the DCU.

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New Image of Robin from Titans Feels More Arrow Than Supergirl

Warner Bros. has released the first image of Brenton Thwaites as Robin/Dick Grayson from their upcoming Teen Titans series, Titans.

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[UPDATED] A Brief Timeline of Harassment and Sexual Assault in the Comics Industry

A timeline of sexual harassment and assault in the comics industry is lamentably challenging to truncate, but a girl can try.

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6 Great Sci-Fi and Fantasy Books for Fans of Justice League

Sometimes, you watch a movie and you just can’t get enough of your favorite character–except that the sequel won’t be out for a year or maybe more. If you walk out of the Justice League movie feeling that way, you may be in need of some reading recommendations to help fulfill your craving for more Wonder Woman or Aquaman.

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After DC Made Eddie Berganza the Poison Ivy Editor, Amy Chu Added a Scene Where Ivy Kills a Sexual Predator

When DC unexpectedly switched the editor of her Poison Ivy series to alleged serial harasser Eddie Berganza, Amy Chu took out her anger in the pages of the book.

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Can People Stop Calling Barry and Iris Brother and Sister on The Flash?

As I've been catching up with The Flash, I have been excited to see Iris West, played by the beautiful and highly comedically talented, Candice Patton getting to play a more active role in the story. She is helping run Team Flash and brings a more stable sensibility to the cast of scientific characters. Yet still, I see people bringing up the same tired discussion in almost every episode that features WestAllen (Barry Allen and Iris West) as the main focus: aren't they brother and sister?

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DC Comics Has Fired Eddie Berganza, But His Enablers are Still Around

After suspending alleged serial harasser and Group Editor Eddie Berganza yesterday, Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment have announced their decision to terminate his employment.

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DC Comics Finally Suspends Eddie Berganza for Sexual Harassment Allegations They’ve Known About for 7 Years

Progress?

Though they've known about the sexual harassment allegations against Eddie Berganza since at least 2010, DC Comics has finally suspended him after a 2017 Buzzfeed News report. Progress?

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