Wonder Woman’s October 2016 Covers and Solicits

There’s some cool stuff on the way for Wonder Woman this October, from her regular bi-monthly series to a fun special to some intriguing collections. Between Wonder Woman’s 75th anniversary and the upcoming film, the character’s profile is sky high and we’ve been getting a pretty nice selection of Wonder Woman products announced each month.Continue reading “Wonder Woman’s October 2016 Covers and Solicits”

Eduardo Risso to Draw Wonder Woman Mini-Comic for Dark Knight III: The Master Race #2

Dark Knight III: The Master Race is a horribly named comic book that continues Frank Miller’s Dark Knight series, set to debut in just a few weeks time. Miller is joined by co-writer Brian Azzarello and artist Andy Kubert for this third volume, and with Azzarello in the mix I had my fingers crossed thatContinue reading “Eduardo Risso to Draw Wonder Woman Mini-Comic for Dark Knight III: The Master Race #2”

Wonder Woman #41 Review OR A Bland, Backwards Looking Start To A New Arc

When Meredith and David Finch took over the series with Wonder Woman #36 last fall, their first issue was an absolute mess. The writing was awkard, the art made Wonder Woman look like a sexy adolescent, and the whole book was just an extraordinarily unpleasant reading experience. I’ve read EVERY issue of Wonder Woman goingContinue reading “Wonder Woman #41 Review OR A Bland, Backwards Looking Start To A New Arc”

Wonder Woman #35 Review OR The End Of An Era

I don’t think I’ve ever been more excited for a comic than when DC announced that Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang would be relaunching Wonder Woman. I remember exactly where I was and what I was doing when I heard the news, how I flipped out in a public place and drew a lot ofContinue reading “Wonder Woman #35 Review OR The End Of An Era”

Wonder Woman #35 Preview OR A Peek At Brian Azzarello And Cliff Chiang’s Epic Finale

After more than three years, Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang’s time on Wonder Woman is coming to a close tomorrow with Wonder Woman #35. It’s been quite a run, and despite my qualms with some aspects of the story, their tenure’s high points have been remarkable and certain issues will go down as some ofContinue reading “Wonder Woman #35 Preview OR A Peek At Brian Azzarello And Cliff Chiang’s Epic Finale”

Secret Origins #6 Review OR Wonder Woman’s New 52 Origin Finally Revealed

This week’s issue of Secret Origins tells the tale of how Diana, Princess of Paradise Island, became Wonder Woman. Sort of. It’s a truncated story that leaves out a lot of the parts traditionally associated with Wonder Woman’s origin story. Nonetheless, it provides some fascinating backstory for a character who hasn’t had a lot ofContinue reading “Secret Origins #6 Review OR Wonder Woman’s New 52 Origin Finally Revealed”

Wonder Woman #34 Review OR Robot Elephants vs. Vengeful Gods

I liked a lot of things in this penultimate issue of Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang’s Wonder Woman run, but I also wasn’t keen on parts of it. Luckily, the things I didn’t like were more at the beginning and everything got crazy and twisty and fun toward the end. Plus, I think the mysteryContinue reading “Wonder Woman #34 Review OR Robot Elephants vs. Vengeful Gods”