Remember Thor Girl from last year? They grow up so fast. Big sister ditched Thor and embraced Loki this year. Pretty much makes sense given her personality. Little sister had fun as Wonder Woman. We made some new friends.
Best part, getting to be all smiles with my girls.
Oh, good lord, the cute!
These are my two daughters, Adeline & Emmie, showing their love for Spider-“Girl” and Wolverine. These were the dress-up outfits of the day, but it tends to switch up often between these and Superman and Batman.
I run a camp for 9 to 12 year old girls and they decided that they wanted to have a superhero day. Many of them even created their own superheroes! It was a lot of fun and great to see a new generation of girls loving superheroes.
I’ve always loved Batman #tbt
My superhero-loving daughters. A, the 11-year-old, gravitates toward Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and the DC pantheon; L, at 7, is a big Wonder Woman and Power Rangers fan. Both are looking forward to Motor City ComicCon this weekend.
Evert year for Free Comic Book Day my friend’s daughter dresses up like a different superhero. This year it was Supergirl
We are over 20 pictures submitted to Girls Love Superheroes since the contest was announced and that means we are adding new prizes to the ones previously announced.
Marc Andreyko has added signed BATWOMAN COMICS - #25-30!
And if we get to 30 pictures, there are more prizes to add including more autographed comics.
If we break 50 pictures? The prizes will include a super rare and super expensive first trade of Batgirl starring Stephanie Brown autographed by Bryan Q. Miller.
To enter submit a copy of a girl dressed as a superhero, playing with superheroes or just reading superhero comics.
You can submit using the button that says "Got a Girl Who Loves Superheroes" or using the email on the site.
Please help spread the word and show the world that superheroes are for girls, too!
She was so excited about being featured on this tumblr that she insisted that we take a picture of her with her superhero toys in front of her Wonder Woman wall hanging.
So I recently re-found this while looking through my computer. This was about 6 or 7 years ago but it’s of me and my brother. I’m dressed up as Wonder Woman because well she’s awesome. I wasn’t just her for Halloween but I also starred in my brothers & Dad’s lil Batman YouTube videos (that’s what this pic was for). Sadly some of them have been removed from YouTube but I did manage to find the link of my appearance of Huntress which is right here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kCduQ9DJgGM And if that doesn’t prove I love superheros enough I don’t know what will!
Jessica says :As you can see, my daughter has 2 Wonder Woman figures. She informs me that one of them is “Wonder Woman’s mommy,” Queen Hippolyta. In this photo, Hippolyta is “the one that’s driving.”“