Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman Review: “VIP, Part 2” by Sara Ryan and Christian Duce

I really enjoyed the first part of this story last week, with its non-linear narrative and various mysteries, but the conclusion this week was a little more straight forward and telegraphed. However, this is a comic where Wonder Woman says, “The lasso compels truth, but it can’t stop mansplaining,” and that’s just fantastic. All together,Continue reading “Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman Review: “VIP, Part 2” by Sara Ryan and Christian Duce”

Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman #29 Review: “VIP, Part 1” by Sara Ryan and Christian Duce

The description for this issue says that Wonder Woman is “going undercover as a pop-country starlet’s trainer”, so I thought that this might be a Wonder Woman meets Taylor Swift sort of thing, which would have been fun. I was expecting something light and breezy, but this issue went in the opposite direction in someContinue reading “Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman #29 Review: “VIP, Part 1” by Sara Ryan and Christian Duce”

Women At DC Comics Watch – May 2015 Solicits: 26 Different Female Creators On 25 Different Books

As the second and final month of “Convergence” wraps up, DC Comics’ female representation ticks down somewhat from the numbers in the April solicits to their second lowest total of the year thus far. Nonetheless, it’s still far better than where they were at any point in 2014, or several years previous. Let’s take aContinue reading “Women At DC Comics Watch – May 2015 Solicits: 26 Different Female Creators On 25 Different Books”

Wonder Woman’s May 2015 Covers and Solicits

May is the second half of DC’s two month “Convergence” event, so Wonder Woman’s solicits remain a little wonky. Instead of the usual Wonder Woman and Superman/Wonder Woman, she’s starring in only one “Convergence” title, though she appears to be guest starring in a bunch as well. First up, let’s take a look at Convergence:Continue reading “Wonder Woman’s May 2015 Covers and Solicits”