Last Day to Win! Send In Your Photos to Girls Love Superheroes

 

We are near 50 pictures submitted to Girls Love Superheroes since the contest was announced and that means we are adding new prizes to the ones previously announced.

An autographed first issue of Tomb Raider by Gail Simone has been added.

Marc Andreyko has added signed BATWOMAN COMICS - #25-30!

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!

Submit today to win!

Tom writes “Here is Olivia doing her best Green Lantern, and the costume is for her own superhero, Winter Fairy Princess. WFP has a Taskmaster-like arsenal: freeze gun, magic sword, fairy wings, pixie dust, amulet that changes her into a mermaid, and of course magic lasso and bracelets. She loves the DC Super Friends comics and the Art Baltazar/Franco books, and I am reading her lots of Silver Age stuff as well. She has been telling her classmates about the original Batwoman and Bat-Girl, so for her Babs is the “new” Batgirl! She will be 6 in August.”

Chris writes “Here are our daughters, Audrey (5)  and Zelda (2) trying out a Wonder Woman cosplayer’s car at Free Comic Book Day, and one with their mother and the books they picked out (Teen Titans Go & Kaboom). Superheroes have been an passion of Audrey’s since we took her to Denver Comic Con two years ago, and she has been more than happy to share that love with her little sister.”

Ace the Bathound

Ace the Bathound

My mom loves Superman. I still remember watching old black and white George Reeves shows on Saturday afternoons… I also remember ME sitting down in front of the tv earlier that morning watching Superfriends (and Batman ‘66 later on in the evenings. I think I had some sort of crush on Burt Ward as Robin by the time I was 5). She never once told me that superheroes weren’t for girls. Many years later, my oldest daughter watched Batman the Animated Series immediately upon coming home from school. Now, even more years later, late night Superhero movie premieres are a tradition with my daughters, as is going to the closest big convention, together. Halloween and FCBD means finding some superhero theme and dressing up. I get to curl up in my office chair with my oldest granddaughter watching Teen Titans Go or playing with her Little People Batcave playsets with her.The grandbabies have their own shelf with board books and comics and costume pieces and a few selected action figures just for them. I’ve seen every combination during dressup times, including a Hello Kitty shirt with a Supergirl cape, Red Hood mask, and Flash earpieces, lol. And the oldest doesn’t distinguish between who she likes and who people have tried to tell her she should like. She’ll be happy to tell you she’s dressed as Batman, some days, instead of Batgirl. This was her third FCBD; she was Robin to her little sister’s Batman the first year, and Batman to her sister’s Robin last year (all three granddaughters, as well as myself and their mom, were the five Robins from comics for Halloween). She still kept to the Gotham theme this year, but her younger siblings were the other members of DC’s Trinity, Princesses Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman, fully able to save themselves (or any Prince Charming) from the dragon. 

“SPIDER-GIRL STRIKES!!!" … is what she said right before jumping in front of the camera as I was about to take a picture of the family cat that was sleeping on the chair a moment before.  And just as quickly, she ran off to discover what adventures the backyard held.

SPIDER-GIRL STRIKES!!!" … is what she said right before jumping in front of the camera as I was about to take a picture of the family cat that was sleeping on the chair a moment before.  And just as quickly, she ran off to discover what adventures the backyard held.

I never thought anything could rival my daughter’s love for dinosaurs, until she discovered superheroes. Her first favourite was Hulk (the Hulk suit her little brother wears was hers first - it’s now worn to shreds) but she’s since moved on to Thor and pretty much all of the cast of her favourite Marvel movies and animated series.

I’ve lost track of how many times Bree and her little brother have reinacted their favourite scenes from the Avengers…

The drawing in the bottom of this collage is on the wall of her classroom. She drew Asgard, with Thor and Odin fighting frost giants, and Loki watching over from the top right corner.

Superheroes (and villains) have shaped our lives - and we love it. Right down to our bedtime rituals. “I love you to Asgard and back, across the nine realms and through Odin’s beard.” has over time evolved into our goodnight catch phrase.

My daughter’s only complaint? There’s not enough girl superheroes out there!

This is my 7 year-old daughter. We have been reading comic books to her since she was very little and she has well and truly caught the bug. This is a Kid Flash (Young Justice) costume I made for her last Halloween. Although she  loves Miss Martian and Artemis, she wanted to be Kid Flash because she loves to run fast!

This is my 7 year-old daughter. We have been reading comic books to her since she was very little and she has well and truly caught the bug. This is a Kid Flash (Young Justice) costume I made for her last Halloween. Although she  loves Miss Martian and Artemis, she wanted to be Kid Flash because she loves to run fast!

My little cousin had to borrow a shirt. When I gave her a choice it had to be Batman, hands down!

My little cousin had to borrow a shirt. When I gave her a choice it had to be Batman, hands down!

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This is 5 year old me a few years ago all dressed up for Halloween.

My two superhero-loving girls

Here are Stella and Anya as Power Girl and the Huntress from last year.

And this year’s costumes: Stella as Captain Marvel and Anya as Squirrel Girl (with Kelly Sue DeConnick!)

My seven year old sister Lulu drawing her favorite heroes: Batgirls Cass Cain and Barbara Gordon. 

My seven year old sister Lulu drawing her favorite heroes: Batgirls Cass Cain and Barbara Gordon.