DC Super Hero Girls Begins To Roll Out With Wonder Woman Front And Center

Last week, the first webisode for DC Super Hero Girls debuted. It’s the first step in what’s going to be a massive line of media and products targeted towards young female fans; there’ll be shows, there’ll be books, there’ll be dolls and Lego and action figures. The plan sounds impressively comprehensive. The first short servesContinue reading “DC Super Hero Girls Begins To Roll Out With Wonder Woman Front And Center”

DC’s Fresh And Contemporary New Minis To Be Written By 60 Year Old White Guys

First things first, Amy Chu is fantastic. She’s writing a new Poison Ivy mini-series for DC Comics as part of a new line of minis that are set to debut in 2016, and she is the perfect choice of writer to do a fresh and contemporary take on the character, which is what DC claimsContinue reading “DC’s Fresh And Contemporary New Minis To Be Written By 60 Year Old White Guys”

Sensation Comics featuring Wonder Woman #32 Review: “Return to Gaia, Part 2” by Derek Fridolfs and Tom Fowler

Well, that was a lot of fun. I absolutely loved this week’s conclusion of “Return to Gaia”, and I rank it among my favourite Sensation Comics stories thus far. Top five easy, maybe even top three. This finale is straight up bonkers monster fighting awesomeness. I have no idea how Sensation Comics is selling digitallyContinue reading “Sensation Comics featuring Wonder Woman #32 Review: “Return to Gaia, Part 2” by Derek Fridolfs and Tom Fowler”

Sensation Comics featuring Wonder Woman #31 Review: “Return to Gaia” by Derek Fridolfs and Tom Fowler

While it was fun to dive into Wonder Woman ’77 over the past few weeks, it’s nice to have Sensation Comics back again. With Wonder Woman ’77, you know you’re going to get an enjoyable Lynda Carter adventure, but every new storyline in Sensation Comics is a little bit of a mystery, and I likeContinue reading “Sensation Comics featuring Wonder Woman #31 Review: “Return to Gaia” by Derek Fridolfs and Tom Fowler”

DC Comics Villains Get Tattooed On Ink Master, Including A Killer Catwoman And A Poor Poison Ivy

Last night on Spike’s tattooing competition show Ink Master, the artists had to tattoo DC Comics villains for their main challenge in front of special guest judge and Batman artist Greg Capullo.  It was a rather clever tie-in to Villains Month, and not coincidentally all of the villains tattooed last night also have their ownContinue reading “DC Comics Villains Get Tattooed On Ink Master, Including A Killer Catwoman And A Poor Poison Ivy”