The last Supergirl comic set within the DC Universe was published on March 18, 2015. That was before Kara Zor-El became a household name as the central character on a hit show, a beloved figure among children and toy collectors due to DC Super Hero Girls, and an eagerly anticipated new fighter in the upcoming game Injustice 2. In short, Supergirl’s stature has risen considerably in the year and a half since she left the world of ongoing comics, which makes her return next week that much more exciting.
We have to say, blue is definitely Tyler Hoechlin’s color.
With her greatly enhanced strength and remarkable dexterity, it’s hard to think of someone outside the world of comics who’s able to do the things that Wonder Woman does. Except for maybe Jessie Graff, the amazing stuntwoman and martial artist who made a splash when she became the first woman to qualify for the city finals on American Ninja Warrior (wearing a Wonder Woman-esque suit, no less!)
I don't know if this will serve as consolation to any of you, but exams aren't any easier if you're a super hero. Being invulnerable to bullets doesn't mean you're immune to the effects of an all-night study session. Those enrolled in Super Hero High, featured in DC Super Hero Girls, have to face the music this summer, and the music sounds like taking a test.
Warner Bros. and The CW announced today that Lynda Carter, beloved by generations of TV viewers and DC fans as Wonder Woman in the classic television series, has been cast on Supergirl in a recurring role as the President of the United States. Carter is set to appear in multiple episodes and will first appear in the third episode of the show’s second season.
Metropolis has its hero! We announced earlier this month that Superman would be making an appearance next season on The CW’s Supergirl. Today we learned who would be filling the Man of Steel’s famous red boots.