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Warner Bros. Consumer Products (Wbcp) and DC Entertainment (Dce), in partnership with Mattel, announced an exclusive partnership with Target Corporation to offer a first-look at the DC Super Hero Girls merchandise collection, featuring a special assortment of merchandise across multiple categories, including toys and dress up, apparel and accessories, publishing and more, to be sold exclusively at Target, beginning in March 2016. DC Super Hero Girls harnesses the power of the world's most iconic female characters from DC Comics, including Wonder Woman, Supergirl, and Batgirl, as they learn to hone their super powers in a high school setting and gives young fans the chance to play, watch, read and be inspired to discover their full super power potential.
Boomerang, a division of Turner, will also be the exclusive broadcast partner for DC Super Hero Girls, with Boomerang as the official broadcaster to bring the first animated television special and the series »
“Two Steps Forward and One Step Back” takes a look at the past week in media entertainment and picks two times comics/television/movies/video games got it right, and one time they pushed a woman too far...literally. ************* If you'd like to know more about this week’s topics, check out the links below! • Head over here to see a sneak preview of Poison Ivy’s comic. • Read why I think Wonder Woman might actually be good. • Dive into my controversial take Harley Quinn should make her own choices. Did you miss last week's episode? Check it out below! »
- Donna Dickens
DC Films came out swinging yesterday. Two new Facebook pages dropped ahead of The CW’s special about the upcoming DC Cinematic Universe line-up. From the first footage of “Wonder Woman” to a look at the finalized Justice League team, DC did not disappoint. But the crown jewel was the new trailer for “Suicide Squad,” which showcased more of how the team will interact with each other. It also showed how the movie version of Dr. Harleen Quinzel will become Harley Quinn, if you knew what to look for. The only problem is, it’s the wrong origin. Warning: Spoilers For “Suicide Squad” Beyond This Point. It’s no secret that I’ve been really hard on “Suicide Squad.” But it’s not because I Want to hate it. Quite the contrary. I want to love it! Harley Quinn is one of my favorite superhero characters. She’s complex and troubled and very, »
- Donna Dickens
As Gotham pauses for a lengthy midseason break, we ponder its big mystery – who killed Thomas and Martha Wayne? Spoilers...
This article contains spoilers for Gotham season 2 up to episode 11, Worse Than A Crime.
According to TV Guide – who plonked this sizeable revelation at the end of their midseason interview with Gotham showrunner Bruno Heller – Bruce Wayne will find out who killed his parents at some point between now and the end of season 2.
Yep, within 11 episodes from now the central mystery that’s plagued Master Bruce since the pilot will be apparently be solved. Here's a reminder of the pilot's murder scene for anyone who might wish to refresh their memory before we get into speculation mode…
Will this burly killer be someone we’ve already met? Will it really be Matches Malone, as teased by a possibly lying Silver St. Cloud? And is the identity of the killer really important, »
Check out the latest episode of Super Hero Girls!
At Super Hero High, iconic Super Heroes like Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Batgirl, Harley Quinn, Bumblebee, Poison Ivy, and Katana navigate all the twists and turns of high school. United by friendship, the DC Super Hero Girls empower kids to shine with confidence and courage, especially while they combat those overwhelming, exciting, and awesomely awkward moments of growing up. »
- The Atari Nation
No matter if it’s on the big screen, the small screen or in the pages of the original comic books
the caped crusader has always had to go up against arguably some of the most
notorious and iconic enemies in comic history. These infamous characters have been
portrayed in a variety of different ways over the years and these interpretations have been
quite fascinating to watch but which of these villainous bad guys stand out the most?
Recently re-imagined in Fox’s hit series ‘Gotham’ and portrayed rather convincingly by actor
Chesterfield Cobblepot III is a particularly eccentric character yet he has the enviable
attribute of actually being completely sane. And it’s this sanity that in some ways makes him
a particularly unusual foe for Batman, whether he’s a disfigured freak or a shady
- The Atari Nation
From toy manufacturer Funko, Sneak Peek the latest series of DC's "Vinyl Vixen" series including detailed, pin-up style dolls in the likeness of 'Batgirl', 'Catwoman', 'Harley Quinn' and 'Poison Ivy':
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- Michael Stevens
7 items from 2016
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