Hot on the heels of their Once Upon A Time fashion collection, Hot Topic has launched a new line of jackets based on the DC Comics television universe. You’ll find styles based on Arrow, The Flash, Gotham and Supergirl. Take a closer look at the designs below. [click to continue…]
This might be the cutest school photo I have ever seen. Redditor kjaj1213 definitely has this whole parenting thing down.
I hope she recreates it when she’s a senior. I hope she meets Henry Cavill and recreates it. Just keep the cuteness rolling ya’ know?
I wasn’t familiar with CutiePieSensei‘s work before she sent us her cosplays of Supergirl and Widowmaker from Overwatch, but you can bet she’s on my radar now.
One of the best parts of my job is discovering new people and having a chance to boost the signal on their work. So, this is me doing just that.
Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Santana is a huge Supergirl fan, and she recently dressed up as the heroic Kryptonian for a fun cosplay shoot. She was nice enough to share some of the pics with us, and you can see more of them 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.
I have to say, we are really digging this burgeoning roller derby cosplay trend.
That having been said, these ladies put an excellent spin on the art of Danielle Gransaull.
Wonder Woman: A to Z Cosplay
Batgirl: Brittnie Jade
Supergirl: Leaping Lizard Cosplay
Photographer: Short Fuse Pinups
Check out the entire gallery after the break…
Here’s a very comfy and cute way to dress up like your favorite superheroine. You can choose from Batgirl, Supergirl, or Wonder Woman in a caped romper design. The capes attach at the shoulder with buttons and Wonder Woman and Batgirl also get a hood to complete the look. There’s also one for Harley Quinn if you want to channel your inner crazy villain.
See the Harely romper after the break.
DC Comics is taking Batgirl in a new direction this October, and as a result, the character’s getting a makeover. Artist Mike Maihack has done a few adorable comics featuring Batgirl and Supergirl, and Kara’s been known to give Babs a hard time about her lack of costume changes. So, it’s only fitting that Supergirl is incredibly excited about her friend’s new look.
See a previous installment of the comic after the break.