The Many Lives of Catwoman is Officially Out TOMORROW!

While The Many Lives of Catwoman: The Felonious History of a Feline Fatale is available online from several retailers and in a bunch of shops already, the official release date for my brand new book is tomorrow, July 1. Up here, July 1 is a holiday, and everywhere else it’s a Saturday, so let’s chatContinue reading “The Many Lives of Catwoman is Officially Out TOMORROW!”

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”

Two Dark Knight III #1 Variant Covers Featuring Wonder Woman

First off, how is Dark Knight III still subtitled The Master Race? Who thought that was a good idea? What an absolutely terrible title for a book, regardless of the content therein. I can’t even bring myself to put the subtitle in this post’s title. It’s just too dumb. Anyway, on to the subject atContinue reading “Two Dark Knight III #1 Variant Covers Featuring Wonder Woman”

First Look At Ben Affleck As Batman OR They’re Doing The Dark Knight Returns, It Seems

After teasing the Batmanmobile yesterday, Zack Snyder took to Twitter today and tweeted not just a picture of the car, but of Batman standing next to it. The internet is, of course, flipping out right now, and so I thought I’d join in on the fun. Let’s take a look: Starting with a positive, IContinue reading “First Look At Ben Affleck As Batman OR They’re Doing The Dark Knight Returns, It Seems”

Wonder Woman: Bondage By Frank Miller And Bill Sienkiewicz, And How Way Off It Would Have Been

Bleeding Cool ran this image today (first posted at DC Women Kicking Ass) of a bound Wonder Woman drawn by Bill Sienkiewicz.  It seems that Frank Miller and Sienkiewicz were talking about doing a Wonder Woman series called Wonder Woman: Bondage, inspired by the bondage themes in William Moulton Marston’s original Wonder Woman stories, andContinue reading “Wonder Woman: Bondage By Frank Miller And Bill Sienkiewicz, And How Way Off It Would Have Been”