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Supergirl TV Series Statue
It's a bird, it's a plane, it's Superman? No, it's Supergirl! This Supergirl TV Series Statue features the likeness of actress Melissa Benoist and stands about 12 1/2-inches tall. Sculpted by Adam Ross, this is one statue no Supergirl fan will want to miss out on!
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Writer: Brian Buccellato
Penciller: Mike S. Miller
Inker: Mike S. Miller
Cover: David Yardin
Reviewed by: T.A. Ewart (aka liheibao)
The episode titled "For The Girl Who Has Everything" aired on CBS on Monday, February 8 at 8.00pm ET/PT.
This episode saw ratings for "Supergirl" jump up +20% each in viewers (8.01m from 6.68m), adults 18-49 (1.8/06 from 1.5/05) and adults 25-54 (2.4/06 from 2.0/05).
The next new episode of "Supergirl" is titled "Truth, Justice and the American Way", and is scheduled to air on CBS in the USA on Monday, February 22. There is no new episode on Monday, February 15.
In LEGO® DC Comics Super Heroes - Justice League: Cosmic Clash, the brilliant, hyper-obsessive-compulsive, super-computer Brainiac is combing the universe for new additions to his collection of worlds when he stumbles upon a ripe planet for his taking - Earth. But Brainiac quickly discovers Earth has a "firewall" - the Justice League. When Brainiac cleverly displaces several members of the Justice League to other time periods in Earth's history, Batman, Flash and Cyborg must build and use the Cosmic Treadmill to race across time to retrieve their comrades - while members of the Legion of Super Heroes attempt to hold off Brainiac's assault. Only time will tell in this battle for the fate of the Earth and the Justice League!
Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, DC Entertainment and the LEGO Group, LEGO® DC Comics Super Heroes - Justice League: Cosmic Clash will be distributed by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on February 9 via Digital HD, and March 1, 2016 on Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD. The Blu-ray and DVD releases will include an exclusive Cosmic Boy LEGO® figurine, while supplies last.
Global Master Toy Licensee, Mattel, Among Other Key Partners,
Debut Brand-New Merchandise Collection for Girls
Available Exclusively at Target
All-New Television Special to Debut on Turner's BOOMERANG
Timed to Retail Launch in March
Warner Bros. Consumer Products (WBCP) and DC Entertainment (DCE), in partnership with Mattel, announced an exclusive partnership with Target Corporation (NYSE: TGT) 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 of animated digital shorts to viewers. From award-winning Warner Bros. Animation in partnership with Mattel's Playground Productions, the first 44-minute television special is slated to premiere this Spring. The DC Super Hero Girls digital animated shorts will also be featured on Cartoon Network's CN App, giving fans the opportunity to explore the DC Super Hero Girls universe and get to know the Super Heroes. Additionally, the first of a series of DC Super Hero Girls made-for-videos is scheduled for release later this year, from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment.
"It's time for girls to get their capes on and envision themselves as strong, powerful and connected beings at the center of their own superhero story, and DC Super Hero Girls provides a brand-new, robust universe to do just that," said Diane Nelson, President of DC Entertainment, President of Warner Bros. Consumer Products and President & Chief Content Officer of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. "The toys, dolls, action figures and books that are rolling out at Target this spring, combined with the fun animated series currently online, feature stories of empowerment, inspiration and optimism that are relatable to girls. This program is changing the face of superhero culture, and we are really proud of that."
"Target prides itself on keeping a pulse on pop culture, and we have a legacy of getting behind the hottest franchises to bring our guests exclusive merchandise from their favorite movies, television shows and characters," said Scott Nygaard, senior vice president of merchandising, Target. "We are thrilled to be working with some of the industry's leading partners to introduce a new generation to these inspirational characters, and know fans of all ages will embrace these beloved and iconic heroines as they build new memories."
DC Super Hero Girls merchandise will fly onto shelves nationwide, exclusively at Target, beginning in March 2016. Featured products from the new line include: toys, dress up, apparel, accessories, publishing and more. Master toy partner Mattel unveils its new DC Super Hero Girlscollection, featuring the industry-firsts: the first-ever 6-inch action figure designed for girls; first 12-inch collection of action dolls featuring strong, athletic bodies that stand on their own in heroic poses; and first-ever action role-play toys for girls.
The DC Super Hero Girls global merchandise program will hit retail worldwide, beginning in July 2016, offering a wide range of product to fans around the world.
Additionally, WBCP, DCE and Mattel will be launching a DC Super Hero Girls App in March, allowing fans the opportunity to watch the animated shorts, play games, interact and connect with the DC Super Hero Girls world - taking the DC Super Hero Girls whenever and wherever they go.
Cover date: April 2016
"Savage Dawn: Immortal Combat"
Writer: Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder
Penciller: Aaron Kuder and Ardian Syaf
Inker: Jonathan Glapion, Scott Hanna and Sandra Hope
Reviewed by: Michael Bailey
Sounds like Pak misses writing the Hulk.
That was a joke. It wasn't a complaint. I loved Pak's run with the Hulk.
I enjoyed this issue. It was more like the Greg Pak ACTION COMICS I had come to know and love instead of angry, powered down Superman being angry and powered down. Superman looked genuinely happy to have his powers back despite the fact that they are killing him. There was a nobility about the character that has been missing for the last six months. Yes, he was willing to sacrifice himself before but seeing him power through despite the pain and then trying to talk the Conan kid down did my heart a lot of good.
Writer: Christos Gage
Penciller: Joe Bennett
Inker: Sean Parsons
Cover: Sean Parsons, Joe Bennett and HiFi
Reviewed by: Stephen W. Wright
On sale date: February 10, 2016 (unless otherwise stated).
The following products are expected to ship to comic book specialty stores this week, with all comics also available for digital download. Note that this list is tentative and subject to change. Please check with your retailer for availability.
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Other than Superman/Clark Kent, which character are you looking forward to seeing most in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice"?
Interesting to see that Wonder Woman received nearly twice as many votes as Batman.
Here's the complete voting breakdown:
22% [23 Votes]
42% [44 Votes]
11% [12 Votes]
1% [1 Vote]
3% [3 Votes]
9% [10 Votes]
0% [0 Votes]
3% [3 Votes]
7% [7 Votes]
3% [3 Votes]
The City Guide page for Metropolis includes a city map and the following information:
Metropolis is famous for its forward-looking, optimistic spirit, captured in its nickname 'City of Tomorrow'. With wide avenues lined with gleaming skyscrapers, and an entrepreneurial spirit that derives from its long-standing tech industry, it has an infectious energy that inspires visitors. While neighboring Gotham City can seem insular, Metropolis welcomes you with open arms.
The city, of course, is still emerging from the devastation of the recent Kryptonian attack, but Metropolis has made great strides thanks to hard work and corporate investment.
The grass of Heroes Park has healed the urban scars left by the Kryptonian attack, and a flurry of new construction - crowned by the gleaming spire of LexCorp Tower - is reshaping downtown. The most memorable icons of the city still stand proudly, including Hammersmith Tower and the Daily Planet Building, while Metropolis' numerous museums and its Avenue of Tomorrow tech showcase are evidence that intelligence can win out over violence.
Culture and Entertainment
From impressionistic watercolors to Russian ballet, the fine arts are in fine form in Metropolis. You can experience high culture in concentrated form by visiting the arts district, which spills across three West Side blocks and surrounds the venerable Schaffenberger gallery. Many theaters and music halls did not survive the infrastructure damage of the gravity-wave attack, and in some cases reconstruction is still years away. To fill the void, mobile theater companies such as the Greico Theater Workshop and Awakenings Youth Theater are giving voice to the city's newfound optimism. There are plenty of places to get a taste of this communal energy, particularly in a city famous for its music scene, where seemingly every bar has an open microphone. Nova and similar velvet-rope dance clubs helped shape the city's glitzy pop-culture history. Catch headliner acts at larger venues such as Shuster Arena or Siegel Music Hall, or get close to the stage in the intimate performance spaces scattered throughout Hob's Bay and along the periphery of the Met U campus.
Food and Drink
They say the sun always shines in Metropolis, and the city's wealth of outdoor cafés seems to support the claim. In warm weather, even the four-star restaurants will offer sidewalk seating, the perfect spot for people-watching - or for catching a telltale streak of blue and red zipping across the sky at supersonic speed. The busy environs of the rebuilt Midtown offer quick-service diners, where you might bump elbows with media moguls on their lunch break. Upscale steakhouses dominate the Harbor waterfront, where the pricier menus come with a breathtaking view of the bay and the distant lights of Gotham City.
Metropolis rivals Tokyo as a global capital for consumer electronics, and the city's longstanding reputation as a tech hub has recently received a quantum boost thanks to LexCorp's investment in 'innovation campuses'. The LexCorp store on Tesla Avenue proudly displays advances that are years away from hitting the American heartland - you can often spot a local by the unidentifiable beeping rectangle tucked discreetly into a shirt pocket. That forward-thinking attitude extends to clothing styles too, with a Fashion District that has received an injection of fresh energy from designers inspired by deco lines and bright colors.