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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.

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Over the past five years, it seems like the number of women cosplaying as male characters has been increasing. Though men have also been doing gender-swapped cosplay, I’ve seen more and more examples lately, and I love it. Test Subject B Cosplay wore his Power Girl ensemble at FanimeCon recently and rocked it. I think he gets extra points for leaving the trademark chest window in the costume.

Photo by Ben Rogers Photography, Power Girl on the right cosplayed by Gravimetric Rush.

More photos of rule 63 Power Girl and Supergirl after the break.

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We’ve featured backpacks and shirts from muz designs by Mark Munoz in the past, and now he’s got some new shirts that you’re going to want to buy right now. There’s Robin, Robin and Batgirl, and the Old Gotham Diner with Batgirl and Supergirl just kicking back and relaxing.

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The DC Comics line of Bombshells collectibles is nothing short of beautiful, and I like the different spin the statues put on each character. The costumes are drool-worthy. We’ve seen takes on Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy, and now cosplayer SpacePizza has shown off her DC Bombshells Supergirl. I pretty much love everything about this look. From the colors to the boots to the scarf and oh my goodness, those gloves! She looks stunning.

Photos by Indiglue.

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We’ve posted this fantastic Robin Sling Backpack from Mark Munoz before, so we’re already fans. So when he tipped us to his newest design, we definitely wanted to share it.

This ‘Old Gotham Diner’ v-neck is available now. Check out a close-up after the break…

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These variations of Supergirl’s costume are the work of Cory J. Walker. He’s come up with all sorts of interesting ideas from a short skirt to a leotard to pants. It’s interesting to see how different the designs are while still keeping things very much Supergirl.

See more variations after the break…

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It’s fun to see little girls in costumes, and I’m thrilled that I’m seeing more variety than ever in their choices. This trio of adorable was spotted at Cincinnati Comic Expo over the weekend. You’ve got Supergirl, Phoenix, and Ms. Marvel, and I don’t think they could be more fabulous. They were even adding their own “Pow” sound effects.

Send your cosplay pics to tips@fashionablygeek.com.

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Meet one of the best Supergirl cosplayers I’ve seen. Chiquitita Cosplay looks like she walked out of the comic books and into real life. She’s made a gorgeous costume, and she looks so amazing in it that I’m not sure why she would ever wear anything else. One of her photos even features her rescuing a cat. It’s purr-fect all the way around.

Photos by Dan Mulcahy.

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Wearing a tutu will make pretty much anyone feel like a princess, but only these can make you feel like a princess and a superheroine at the same time. You can choose between Batgirl, Wonder Woman or Supergirl. They run about 15″ long, except for Batgirl which is only 11″ long, and are one size fits most.

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Steampunk Batgirl and Supergirl by Lala Dawn Cosplay and Maid of Might Cosplay. Photographed by dtjaaaam.

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