Well, sweatshirts. Still…so festive.
Merchoid has unveiled the DC Comics Christmas sweatshirt lineup for 2015, and you can check out all of the new designs after the break…
The inclusion of female superheroes on merchandise has become a topic of conversation in the last couple of years and t-shirts like this give me hope that our voices are being heard. It features DC faves like Wonder Woman, Zatana, Vixen, Woman, Black Canary, and Hawkgirl looking badass and ready for battle.
Product Page ($23.99)
DC Comics characters are no stranger to costume changes and artist Stephen Byrne has thrown his hat into the ring with new looks for Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman that appear to take some cues from Denis Medri’s work. That resulted in this Trinity image, which combines the three perfectly (though the Wonder Woman design is our favorite).
See more of his art after the break.
Wonder Woman is getting another new costume this June in Wonder Woman #41 and the booty shorts and bustier have given way to a jacket and pants. She’s also rocking more of an armored look, including wristblade gauntlets that hint at a more violent portrayal of the character.
It feels a little Lady Sif from the waist up, which I think is cool. I’m not 100% sold on the loincloth, but the boots are slammin’.
Get a better look after the break.
The first images of Melissa Benoist, in her full Supergirl costume have been revealed ahead of filming the upcoming series pilot for CBS.
Costume designer Colleen Atwood, who also designs the cosumes for Arrow and The Flash, had a very specific idea when she created this new Supergirl look:
“In designing Supergirl, I wanted to embrace the past, but more importantly, thrust her into the street-style action hero of today.”
I think she nailed it. It pulls together a look that’s a little more sedate and serious, but still young and optimistic. Plus, the boots. I love the boots.
Head after the break to see the full costume.
If you’ve been watching Arrow, then you know Ray Palmer’s been working on his A.T.O.M. prototype, but now you can get your first look at Brandon Routh in the costume. Routh will be suiting up on the 15th episode, currently scheduled for February 25th.
It also looks like The Atom suit will be doing a little time at S.T.A.R. Labs thanks to a sneak peek from Grant Gustin.
Head after the break to check out the full suit image and see Grant’s sneak peek.
This cosplay combines the DC Bombshells and Rockabilly heroes and villains. In one fell swoop, it has become one of my favorite cosplays ever.
We posted about this group last year and Laura was kind enough to send us new pictures of their updated cosplays.
The ladies are all cosplaying the DC Comics Bombshells inspired by the art of Ant Lucia, while the guys take on Batman and Riddler inspired by the art of Denis Medri. Superman, Green Lantern, Joker and Aquaman appear in their own original cosplay creations.
Check out more pictures after the break.
While bombshells like this usually graced the screen or the sides of bombers in WWII, DC Comics Bombshells will grace your backpack while you daydream in class.
See Also: This DC Cosplay Is Bombshell-tastic
Maybe take it to a con and put some awesome DC Bombshells art or action figures in it, then you’d have Bombshell-ception.
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We’ve already seen a Harley Quinn 3-pack of panties this month, and now you can add The Riddler, The Joker, and Poison Ivy to your collection. Although, I don’t know if I want anything that looks like poison ivy that close to me, but you may feel differently.
It’s fun, flirty and in character and they come in sizes small – 2X.
Product Page ($24.99)