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You wanted Doctor Who to have its own section? You got it! But that's not all; all of our geeky sites are moving out of Memebase and into Geek Universe! On Tuesday, July 9th, Superheroes, My Little Brony, and Pokémemes are joining four new sites as a part of Geek Universe: Doctor Who, Cartoons & Anime, Video Game Coverage, and Geek Life.

Doctor Who will cover all things Whovian, from show news to fan art, and everything in between.

Cartoons & Anime will feature all things animated. Mathematical! Now there's a fire in my belly.

Video game memes will still live on Memebase, but for news, trailers, and gamer geekery, check out Video Game Coverage.

Geek Life is dedicated to all things cosplay, plus convention coverage, fun geeky products, fandom foods, DIY projects, and everything else related to the geek lifestyle.

Last but not least, fear not friends, Fandom isn't closing; it's expanding to become Geek Universe. This new home will feature best of the above plus news, fan art, and fun from around Geekdom. Are you excited for Geek Universe? What other shows/movies/fandoms would you like to see get their own section? We'll be here to answer your questions in the comments, so let us know below!

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We've known that Hunger Games star Jenna Malone is in, and dyed her hair red for, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice for a while, but DC and Warner Bros. still haven't revealed who she's playing.

Based on her age and the shade of her new hair, many assumed that she'd be playing the first female Robin, Carrie Kelley.

Now Latino Review is reporting that they've heard different. Instead of a gender swapped boy wonder, their sources are suggesting Malone will play Barbara Gordon. The daughter of Commissioner Gordon, Barbara is the original Batgirl, but we doubt that's the version of the character Malone will be playing.

Based on the mood and tone of Zack Snyder's take on Batman, we have to assume the movie will take a darker route, so you should get ready to meet Oracle, the identity Gordon assumes after becoming paralyzed. In Moore's The Killing Joke, Gordon is shot through the spine and loses the use of her legs. In order to continue her crime fighting career, she becomes Batman's eyes and ears as Oracle, the hacker and computer expert.


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