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Batman Movie Logos, 1989- 2012


My ultimate hero!

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The Women of Man of Steel (And why I hope there’s more like them)

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WARNING: THIS CONTAINS SPOILERS

Around the beginning of the third act of Man of Steel, I heard a line that actually made me raise my eyebrows.

“You will learn. I will teach you. And you will teach Kal.”

This line is spoken by the consciousness of Superman (Kal-El)’s father Jor-El, to Daily Planet reporter Lois Lane. I was shocked. The damsel in distress, Lois Lane, was in charge of saving superman? Of having to teach superman what to do to help him save the world? I wasn’t expecting it.

When you’re a comic fan and a feminist, you quickly learn to deal with the sexism you can notice in the books you love. Like any media, you must learn to accept that something can be problematic in order to fully enjoy it. You can’t just plug your ears and not enjoy anything, after all. And the comics industry, particularly DC Comics, has been facing some gender-based flak lately.

With a creative team downsizing right down to a neat one percent women a couple years back, coupled with some strange makeovers for the ladies of DC with the New 52, and the entire fiasco of Steph Brown and Cassandra Cain, women haven’t been particularly pleased with DC.
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Blackest Night: Batman variants by Bill Sienkiewicz

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Maxine Gibson Appreciation Post

Batman Beyond. Maxine

the first boy blunder had some manners.

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Bizarro GIF!

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Batman #563

This isn’t Cassandra Cain, this is Helena Bertinelli. 

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DC Comics Villains Month solicitations

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DC Comics Announces ‘Forever Evil’

The seven-issue series Forever Evil debuts in September as part of a “villains month” for the publisher. Headed up by the Justice League of America creative team of writer Geoff Johns and artist David Finch, the title marks the first universe-wide event comic since DC’s superhero-line relaunch in September 2011. (via USA Today)


This will be incredible

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DC Comics Announces ‘Forever Evil’

The seven-issue series Forever Evil debuts in September as part of a “villains month” for the publisher. Headed up by the Justice League of America creative team of writer Geoff Johns and artist David Finch, the title marks the first universe-wide event comic since DC’s superhero-line relaunch in September 2011. (via USA Today)

This will be incredible

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All Star Western (The New 52) Vol. 2: The War of Lords and Owls (DC Comics)