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”

Wonder Woman’s December 2015 Covers and Solicits

Let’s jump into the books straight away because Wonder Woman stars or appears prominently in about 843 different comics in December. Actually, now that I look at the list again, it’s 7. But still, it’s a lot of books! So let’s see what she’s doing to be up to during the festive season, starting withContinue reading “Wonder Woman’s December 2015 Covers and Solicits”

Jim Lee And Dan DiDio Declare That DC’s June Mini-Relaunch Is Just The Beginning Of A New Direction For The Publisher

Way back in July 2011, after the mess that was DC’s discussion of female characters and creators at that year’s Comic-Con, co-publishers Jim Lee and Dan DiDio released a joint statement promising that DC would do better on both fronts. The New 52 was about to debut with only 2 female creators in the mix,Continue reading “Jim Lee And Dan DiDio Declare That DC’s June Mini-Relaunch Is Just The Beginning Of A New Direction For The Publisher”

January’s Flash Variant Covers For Wonder Woman #38 And Superman/Wonder Woman #15

Every month, DC Comics has a variant cover theme for twenty or so of their titles. We’ve had selfie variants, Batman variants, Halloween variants, and now in January we’re going to get Flash variants. I assume this has something to do with the wildly successful Flash television show, which premiered to great ratings a coupleContinue reading “January’s Flash Variant Covers For Wonder Woman #38 And Superman/Wonder Woman #15”

Wonder Woman Has A New Look In Justice League: War Animated Movie

The animated version of the New 52 universe made its debut at the end of Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox this summer, and now DC is adapting Geoff Johns and Jim Lee’s first Justice League arc from the New 52 era as Justice League: War.  Despite the many costumes changes brought by the New 52,Continue reading “Wonder Woman Has A New Look In Justice League: War Animated Movie”

The Wonder Woman And Superman “The Kiss” Statue OR I’m Legitimately Curious: Is Anyone Planning To Buy This?

Last August, Wonder Woman and Superman became an item in Justice League #12, and the cover featured them kissing way up in the clouds.  It was, and continues to be, a dumb and poorly done storyline, but it sold a few more books than usual which was, I’m sure, DC’s primary objective.  I don’t thinkContinue reading “The Wonder Woman And Superman “The Kiss” Statue OR I’m Legitimately Curious: Is Anyone Planning To Buy This?”

What Superman Unchained Can Learn From Django Unchained

Yesterday, DC Comics announced that Scott Snyder and Jim Lee’s much anticipated new Superman comic is set to debut this June and that it will be called Superman Unchained.  I guess because Superman’s always busting out of chains and stuff?  It seems like kind of a dumb name to me.  I don’t think it’s aContinue reading “What Superman Unchained Can Learn From Django Unchained”