There's possibly no hotter fan war online than Marvel vs DC Comics, to the point where there have been co-ordinate efforts to bias ratings on independent movie review sites. There are even wide-spread conspiracies that Marvel Studio's owner, Disney, has paid film critics and publishers for positive reviews for Marvel films and negative reviews for DC/Warner Bros Studio films.
Do we really need a moody blonde teen pointedly texting to ignore the parents who don’t get her? After a jarring move to Nebraska? Is this the brave step forward in superhero TV after Black Lightning and Legends of Tomorrow? Further, why Stargirl? If we’re not getting someone with name recognition like Catwoman, if we’re going obscure, why not go more diverse? Is everyone else’s rights sold away? Heck, why can’t that Arrowverse cartoon Vixen get expanded?
Bat-girl was birthed through DC comics as the female super heroine counterpart to Batman. She was introduced in 1961 as Betty Kane by Sheldon Moldoff and Bill Finger. In 1967 she was replaced by Barbara Gordon who eventually became identified as Batgirl, without the hyphen. This character made her entrance in DC Comics #359, The million dollar debut of batgirl, in January 1967. Writer Gardner Fox and artists William Dozier, Carmine Infantino, and Julius Schwartz created her as the daughter of Gotham City police commissioner James Gordon. Barbara Gordon is a fictional female superhero who appears in American comic books published by DC Comics, commonly in association with superheroes Batman and Robin.
Probably one of the most well known comic book items, even among those who don’t frequent comic books. Kryptonite; it's a song, an analogy, but more importantly it's Superman’s only known weakness, at least green Kryptonite is his weakness. Kryptonite takes many forms in the comics, some of which we get to see play out on screen in the form of Smallville (the best Superman adaptation that exists I don’t care). With all the changes DC comics has gone through and the many colors Krytonite can take form in, all causing different effects, it can get confusing keeping them straight or even knowing what all of them are. So here we go, here is where we break down all the colors and effects of Kryptonite…