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    Tomorrow is the 40 Days of Supergirl Finale: 12 Art Pieces and a Supergirl Premiere Livetweet!

    By | October 9th, 2016
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    We sincerely hope that you’ve been following – and loving – our 40 Days of Supergirl event. We’ve had a blast putting it all together, and we’ve saved the best for last.

    Tomorrow, starting at 8am, we will be posting (at least) one Supergirl an hour until the 8pm Supergirl premiere. We saved some of our favorites for last, and trust us, you want to tune in.

    Then, at 8pm, our own intrepid livetweeter, Alice W. Castle, will be livetweeting the Supergirl premiere on the CW over at our @multiversitytv account.

    Of course, that’s not the real end of the event, as we have all this amazing art to auction off! The pieces are slowly arriving at Multiversity HQ, and once we have them all in, we will start putting them up for auction. We will let you know when that is starting.

    Finally, thank you to all of our readers for liking, retweeting, and sharing all these amazing pieces of art and writing that we’ve had this month. A lot of work went into making this month special, and we hope that you enjoyed it as much as we did. Make sure to join us next Spring for our next art month!

    Brian, Mike, Matt, and the entire staff of Multiversity

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    By | Mar 9, 2020 | Television

    One of these days, I’ll figure out what bothers me about Supergirl in the same way I know what bothered me about Arrow or The Flash. Maybe it’s the relentless, saccharine optimism that crumbles under the slightest bit of scrutiny. Maybe it’s the propensity to rely on platitudes and contrivances to propel the drama forward. Maybe it’s society’s conditioning for me to see shows featuring women and traditionally feminine coded storytelling methods, devices and tropes as inferior.

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