Wonder Woman #68 Review: The Big Friendly Giganta

As often happens with superhero comic books, this cover is not necessarily an accurate reflection of what’s going on inside the book. Yes, Wonder Woman and Giganta get into a bit of a precarious scrap with some rock monsters. That much is true. But the tone here is all wrong. First, I’d say it’s wrongContinue reading “Wonder Woman #68 Review: The Big Friendly Giganta”

Wonder Woman #67 Review: Swords, Stones, and an Arthurian Twist

This issue was everything I wanted it to be. Fun banter between Wonder Woman and Giganta? Yes. Busting up rock giants in awesome fight scenes? Yes. Enemies becoming friends as they worked together toward a common purpose? YES. It was all such a good time, epic in scope yet intimate in terms of its subtleContinue reading “Wonder Woman #67 Review: Swords, Stones, and an Arthurian Twist”

Wonder Woman #66 Review: Go Big or Go Home

I’m a day late on my Wonder Woman review again. Making a movie is a lot of work, gang! There’s so much on the go. And incidentally, you can check out my short film’s Kickstarter if you want to learn more! But back to the book. When I was late to the party two weeksContinue reading “Wonder Woman #66 Review: Go Big or Go Home”

Check Out The New Wonder Woman’s Prequel Short For Justice League: Gods and Monsters

Last week, Warner Bros. and Machinima releases three prequel cartoons for the upcoming animated film Justice League: Gods and Monsters. Batman starred in the first one, where he stopped an even more deranged than usual Harley Quinn and then went all vampire on her. Superman got the second one, where he wore a trench coat,Continue reading “Check Out The New Wonder Woman’s Prequel Short For Justice League: Gods and Monsters”

Wonder Woman ’77 #6 Review: “Who Is Wonder Woman? Part 3” by Marc Andreyko, Matt Haley, and Richard Ortiz

The final issue of this Wonder Woman ’77 arc ends with a bang as Wonder Woman faces a gang of some of her fiercest villains in a battle royale. Sort of. As the end of last week’s issue revealed, Dr. Psycho was behind the appearance of a new Wonder Woman and Diana’s apparent depowering, controllingContinue reading “Wonder Woman ’77 #6 Review: “Who Is Wonder Woman? Part 3” by Marc Andreyko, Matt Haley, and Richard Ortiz”

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”