DC Super Hero Girls has shared plenty of life lessons in its animated shorts and books, but the most important may be this: With your friends at your side, you can do anything. Having a support system that you can turn to and share your worries, fears and successes makes facing the world easier. DC Super Hero Girls is putting even more emphasis on the importance of friendship by teaming up with pop group Fifth Harmony on the female empowerment anthem, "That's My Girl."
With Rebirth now in full swing and so many exciting new titles to try, we can’t blame anyone for needing a reminder of what happened in the last issue. Or maybe you’re looking to add a new book to your list and need to get caught up on earlier chapters? Either way, we’re here to help. Every Tuesday, we’ll be recapping the prior issues of that week’s new Rebirth and Hanna-Barbera comics, as well as sharing our favorite moments. It’s a quick, easy way to ensure you’re up to speed and ready for New Comic Day.
As the premiere female super hero, Wonder Woman has inspired people all throughout the world. But she’s not the only one. With Wonder Woman’s 75th Anniversary now upon us, the time seemed perfect to celebrate Diana through a series of exclusive interviews that highlight a few of the amazing real-life women who have also inspired us. Whether it’s in action or words, we all have the capability for greatness. These are a few women who have achieved it.
In some of our recent comics, Blue Beetle Jaime Reyes started collaborating with tech entrepreneur Ted Kord, Deathstroke found himself reteaming with his old friend Wintergreen and Supergirl joined the D.E.O. Why? Because a good hero recognizes that having support can make them even better.
Super Hero High is a place of superlatives. Darn near every attendee of the school featured in DC Super Hero Girls is the best or fastest or some sort of "est" at some sort of skill. It's the kind of school that keeps you on your toes. If you were classmates with the likes of Supergirl, Wonder Woman, and Batgirl, wouldn't you feel more inclined to push yourself?
The CW had their big day today at the Television Critics Association’s annual Summer Press Tour, which included a #DCTV panel featuring the producers of Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. Unsurprisingly, announcements about the shows upcoming seasons were made, and they were exciting ones. But if you missed them as they broke on Facebook and Twitter, we’ve rounded them up for you here.
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.