Friday Trending Topics: Double Catwoman

Looks like Warner Bros took notice of the plethora of The Dark Knight Rises paparazzi pics last week — they released an official Man of Steel pic yesterday, and today we got our first look at Anne Hathaway as  Selena Kyle in The Dark Knight Rises. Followed by a bunch of paparazzi shots, because you can never have too much Catwoman.

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Official Image Of Catwoman Selina Kyle From The Dark Knight Rises

This image of Anne Hathaway in what would appear to be Catwoman costume is our first official look at Selina Kyle in The Dark Knight Rises. It was released via the film’s official site.

Much Better Look At Catwoman In The Dark Knight Rises, In Action On Set

Here are some much better images of the Dark Knight Rises Catwoman costume. Not that I’m saying the costume looks better here than in the official picture.

Will Miles Morales Star In The Ultimate Spider-Man Cartoon? (UPDATE: NO)

Being written by Brian Michael Bendis and produced by Marvel Studios, the new Ultimate Spider-Man cartoon is set to air on Disney XD next year. I’ve mentioned this before but it might be worth repeating. Peter Parker does not appear in the footage seen so far. He is not mentioned, he is not named, he does not take his mask off.

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What If Male Superheroes Posed Like Wonder Woman On The David Finch Justice League Cover?

a remixing of Colasquid‘s original piece.…

DC Continues To Regain Marketshare From Marvel, Even As Amazing Spider-Man 666 Smashes Recent Records

DC Comics continues to regain marketshare from Marvel for another month. Last month Bleeding Cool reported how DC had narrowed the gap between the two companies from 16 points in May to 11 points in June in terms of revenue and from 18 points to 10 points difference in terms of items sold. For the month of July, Marvel had a lead of only 9 points, which bodes well for what is expected to be a DC boom month in September.

DC Combines Flashpoint Spinoffs Into Anthology Trade Paperbacks

DC Comics appear to be collecting the Flashpoint spinoff series in five combined trade paperbacks in March. With each collection ranging from 224 to 320 pages, there should be from eleven to fifteen issues worth in each volume.

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