Wonder Woman ’77 #7 Review: “The Cat Came Back, Part 1” by Marc Andreyko and Drew Johnson

No new digital issue of Sensation Comics featuring Wonder Woman this week can only mean one thing: Wonder Woman ’77 is back! Apparently DC can’t run two digital Wonder Woman titles simultaneously, but whatever. We’ve got more Lynda Carter inspired fun and that’s delightful. I’ve been waiting for these digital issues to start since DCContinue reading “Wonder Woman ’77 #7 Review: “The Cat Came Back, Part 1” by Marc Andreyko and Drew Johnson”

Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman Review: “Generations, Part 2” by Michael Jelenic, Drew Johnson, and Ray Snyder

I quite enjoyed the first part of “Generations” in last week’s digital issue of Sensation Comics featuring Wonder Woman, and I’m very glad to see that the story ended with an even stronger issue this week. Editors Kristy Quinn and Jessica Chen have done a fantastic job of cutting up a comic book that wasContinue reading “Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman Review: “Generations, Part 2” by Michael Jelenic, Drew Johnson, and Ray Snyder”

Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman #12 Review: “Generations, Part One” by Michael Jelenic, Drew Johnson, and Ray Snyder

Still no Gilbert Hernandez! His story is in the print version of Sensation Comics that came out this Wednesday, but I haven’t gotten to my comic shop yet. What’s a guy got to do to get this story in a digital form? This week’s digital first issue is part one of a two parter, soContinue reading “Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman #12 Review: “Generations, Part One” by Michael Jelenic, Drew Johnson, and Ray Snyder”

Wonder Woman Sales: The Cheetah And The First Born Near The Bottom Of Villains Month

We’re going to eschew the usual charts and whatnot this month because Villains Month has everything all jacked up.  The charts in general were a bit of a mess; all of the Villains Month titles had two entries, one for the fancy 3D covers and one for the cheaper, non-3D covers.  I went through andContinue reading “Wonder Woman Sales: The Cheetah And The First Born Near The Bottom Of Villains Month”

The Lack Of Wonder Woman, And Women Generally, In The Robot Chicken DC Comics Special

The Robot Chicken DC Comics Special aired this weekend on Cartoon Network, and it was kind of meh for me.  I know comedy is all sorts of subjective, but usually Robot Chicken is amusing… their Star Wars stuff was funny.  DC is ripe for parody, but the show didn’t really amount to much other thanContinue reading “The Lack Of Wonder Woman, And Women Generally, In The Robot Chicken DC Comics Special”