The Comic Books To Read After You See Wonder Woman This Weekend

Wonder Woman is hitting theaters tomorrow, with early showings tonight (I’M GOING TO SEE IT TONIGHT AND I’M SO EXCITED I CAN’T EVEN DEAL WITH IT), and soon lots of new Wonder Woman fans are going to be wondering what to read next. While I definitely suggest my book Wonder Woman Unbound: The Curious HistoryContinue reading “The Comic Books To Read After You See Wonder Woman This Weekend”

Wonder Woman’s April 2017 Covers and Solicits

DC’s solicits were a little bit late this month, but when they finally arrived yesterday they brought a bevy of new Wonder Woman comic books for us to look forward to this April. So let’s take a look at what Wonder Woman will be up to in a few months’ time, starting with her ownContinue reading “Wonder Woman’s April 2017 Covers and Solicits”

Wonder Woman Co-Creator H.G. Peter To Be Inducted Into Eisner Hall of Fame

The Eisner Awards are the comic book industry’s highest honours, and the judges for his year’s awards announced yesterday that H.G. Peter, the co-creator and original artist of Wonder Woman, will be inducted into the Will Eisner Award Hall of Fame. Peter is joined by cartoonist Milt Gross, creator of Spy vs. Spy Antontio Prohias,Continue reading “Wonder Woman Co-Creator H.G. Peter To Be Inducted Into Eisner Hall of Fame”

Read my Review of Wonder Woman: Earth One by Grant Morrison and Yanick Paquette at The Comics Journal

Wonder Woman: Earth One by Grant Morrison and Yanick Paquette seems to be making a bit of a splash with readers, perhaps due to its well-timed released in the wake of Batman v Superman, and my full review of the book is now online at The Comics Journal. I talk about how the book isContinue reading “Read my Review of Wonder Woman: Earth One by Grant Morrison and Yanick Paquette at The Comics Journal”

Review – IDW’s Wonder Woman: The Complete Newspaper Strip, 1944-1945 by William Moulton Marston and H.G. Peter

I recently read and absolutely loved IDW’s collection of the short running Wonder Woman comic strip from the 1940s, and I was fascinated with the way the strips compared to the regular Wonder Woman comic books. Both were done by Wonder Woman’s original creative team of William Moulton Marston and H.G. Peter, but the stripContinue reading “Review – IDW’s Wonder Woman: The Complete Newspaper Strip, 1944-1945 by William Moulton Marston and H.G. Peter”

Wonder Woman’s 1943-1944 Newspaper Strips Collected By IDW

IDW’s done a great job collecting DC Comics’ classic comic book strips, and now they’re collecting Wonder Woman’s strips from the early 1940s in a book due out in August in comic shops and September in bookstores. The strips were written and drawn by Wonder Woman’s original creative team, William Moulton Marston and H.G. Peter,Continue reading “Wonder Woman’s 1943-1944 Newspaper Strips Collected By IDW”

“America’s Silver Age,” My Piece On Gender And Race In Silver Age Wonder Woman Comics For The Los Angeles Review Of Books

This weekend, a piece I wrote about Wonder Woman’s Silver Age comics went up at the Los Angeles Review of Books. We really could have called it “Ugh, White Men, Am I Right?” but “America’s Silver Age” is a classier title choice. Ostensibly a review of Wonder Woman: The Amazon Princess Archives, Volume 1, whichContinue reading ““America’s Silver Age,” My Piece On Gender And Race In Silver Age Wonder Woman Comics For The Los Angeles Review Of Books”