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Krypton Isn’t Your Grandparents’ Superman, It’s Superman’s Grandparents

"The blood of House El will always bind us together." In a new teaser, DC Comics and SyFy unveiled a first look at the world of Krypton in their upcoming show about the El lineage and legacy. 

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You Will Wish You Could Watch the Batman Movie in This Flawless Mashup Trailer

We often joke about how much we'd like to watch the many, many movies we've seen imagined by fan trailers, but this is one that we're truly disappointed isn't a real thing. It's not that we'd like the entire Batman movie franchise to be overtaken by an "it's all in his head" premise, but just one, outside of any other movie canon, would make for a nice alternate universe "what if?" departure from the straightforward takes we usually get.

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Superman: Red Son Film Being Discussed at Warner Bros. During Interesting Political Times

Mark Millar's 2003 limited series Superman: Red Son may find new life at Warner Bros, and news of these discussions is certainly popping up in interesting political times.

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DC Has No Idea What We Love About Wonder Woman, Introduces New Comic Arc About Diana’s Brother

No one wants this.

Oh, good. Because the audiences so enamored by Wonder Woman–the ones talking and tweeting about the character nonstop, buying up merch, and seeing the new movie in record-breaking numbers–they've all been saying the same thing, right? We can all agree on the one thing missing from her story: a central male superhero figure. Isn't that what we've been asking for? (Spoiler: It's not.)

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Supergirl Adds Odette Annable as Series Regular in a Story Straight Out of the New 52

Now that Supergirl is firmly settled into its home at The CW, the show already has big Season 3 plans, including a version of a huge story from Supergirl's New 52 comic that will deliver next season's "Big Bad."

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Things We Saw Today: Trump Revealed Highly Classified Information During That Meeting With Russia Diplomats

Not to sound the apocalyptic alarms but Donald Trump is going to get us all killed.

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DC Comics Will Launch A Young Readers Imprint in 2018!

As part of their plans for "market expansion," DC just announced the launch of a Young Readers imprint for 2018, overseen by one of the company's top female editors.

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Alas, The Flash Will Finally Reveal Savitar’s Identity Next Week

Who is behind the mask?

Hang in there, Team Flash. We're finally going to learn Savitar's identity! The catch is that you have to wait one more week.

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Things We Saw Today: Happy 20th Anniversary, Buffy!

Buffy the Vampire Slayer premiered 20 years ago today and went on to change the face of television.

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Monday Cute: Little Girl Rocks a Wonder Woman Invisible Jet Made Out of Balloons

This young girl totally rocks the invisible jet as part of her own Wonder Woman cosplay.

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New Powerless Promo Brings the Hilarity & Connections to the Rest of the DC Universe

"You seriously can't tell the difference between a bird and a plane?"

OK, so I was a little bit skeptical when talking about the first promo for NBC's upcoming DC show, Powerless. However, after seeing the most recent one, which shows just how connected this new comedy will be to the DC characters we know and love, I'm starting to get really jazzed!

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Interview: Mariko Tamaki and Joëlle Jones Focus More On the “Girl” and Less On the “Super” In Supergirl: Being Super

I've become obsessed with all things Supergirl. However, as much as I love Kara, I've often felt that, because of the circumstances of her backstory she, unlike her cousin Clark, has often felt even less human, as lots of attention has been paid to the fact that the character left Krypton as a teenager, and so feels the separation from her homeworld more. Supergirl: Being Super gives us a different Kara Danvers entirely.

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Nellie Bly and the Women Who Paved the Way for Investigative Journalists Both Real and Fictional

With the focus on truth, ethics, and accountability more important than ever given our current political climate, it’s important that we understand the not-so-secret origins of investigative journalism and the woman who paved the way for the lauded efforts of today’s most trusted reporters, both real and fictional.

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Wonder Woman’s Amazons Finally Getting An Origin of Their Own — How Much Does Who Creates It Matter?

DC recently announced a Wonder Woman prequel series that will explore the history of the Amazons, which sounds pretty sweet. Less sweet is the fact that a female comics creator pitched a Wonder Woman prequel series a while back, never heard a response about it, only to hear the news that one was not only happening, but that it was happening based on a pitch from a male writer.

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Justice League Heroine to Join CW’s The Flash — But Isn’t She Due For a Non-Racist Name Change?

Comics have a long history full of character choices that may have seemed perfectly harmless at the moment of their inception, but reveal themselves over time to be the product of unexamined discrimination. One such character is Cindy Reynolds, A.K.A. Gypsy.

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Check Out This Heartbreaking Archie Comics Excerpt From Love Is Love Comics Anthology

One of the tragic events that made 2016 a crap sandwich of a year was the shooting at Pulse Nightclub, an LGBTQIA club in Orlando, FL. IDW and DC Comics joined forces to create a comics anthology called Love Is Love, which contains work from a bunch of our favorite comics creators, and the proceeds of which will benefit the survivors of the Pulse shooting and victims' families. Now, Archie Comics is the latest comics publisher to join the effort with a heartbreaking Kevin Keller story.

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Connie Britton and Oliver Platt Join Wonder Woman Biopic, Professor Marston & The Wonder Woman

William Moulton Marston, the man who created Wonder Woman in 1941, is getting his own biopic and that Luke Evans is set to play him. Now, it looks like a few more have been added to the mix including Connie Britton and Oliver Platt.

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Justice League’s Susan Eisenberg on Wonder Woman: ‘Doesn’t Depend on Superman or Batman to Define Her’

This year marks 75 years of Woman Woman and now that she's finally getting her own movie, the hype surrounding her character won't be letting up any time soon.

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The Art of DC Comics Bombshells Proves That “Sexy” and “Powerful” Aren’t Mutually Exclusive, and Neither Need Be “Exploitative”

Bombshells get it right where others get it wrong.

A month later than we expected, but well worth the wait, The Art of DC Comics Bombshells is finally hitting stores at the end of this month! Flipping through it, I was struck by the notion that through this line of statuettes, artwork, and comics, we have an entire collection of scantily-clad, pin-up heroines...that don't bother me. That I actually find empowering. So, what's the difference between these heroines and Spider-Woman as depicted by, oh I don't know, Milo Manara?

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[UPDATED] Why Wonder Woman is Not the Problem When It Comes to Sexism At the United Nations

Earlier today, in a ceremony at the United Nations, Wonder Woman was named an Honorary Ambassador for the Empowerment of Women and Girls, in conjunction with the UN's Sustainable Development Goal #5 which, according to a press release, "focuses on gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls as a critical component of a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable world." However, there are those at the UN who were not thrilled with this particular choice of ambassador.

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