Could TNT’s Titans TV Series Starring Nightwing Mean A Live Action Donna Troy?

Yesterday, news broke that TNT is developing a Titans television series that would center around Dick Grayson leaving his role as Batman’s sidekick Robin, becoming Nightwing, and forming his own superhero team. Other heroes mentioned in articles about the show’s development include Starfire, Raven, and Cyborg, but the obvious question for Wonder Woman enthusiasts isContinue reading “Could TNT’s Titans TV Series Starring Nightwing Mean A Live Action Donna Troy?”

Check Out Darwyn Cooke’s Four Wonder Woman-Centric Variant Covers Coming This December

Continuing their now regular variant cover themes for each month, DC has announced that their December variant theme will be widescreen Darwyn Cooke art. Cooke is the acclaimed multi-award winning artist of DC: The New Frontier and more recently his Parker adaptations, and his superhero art is often a gorgeous Silver Age homage combined withContinue reading “Check Out Darwyn Cooke’s Four Wonder Woman-Centric Variant Covers Coming This December”

Remembering Nick Cardy With His Wonder Woman Covers

Earlier this week, famed comic book artist Nick Cardy passed away at the age of 93.  Cardy began in comics in 1939 at Eisner & Iger, and later won two Purple Hearts during World War Two.  Years after the war, Cardy was hired by DC Comics, where he was best known for launching the SilverContinue reading “Remembering Nick Cardy With His Wonder Woman Covers”

Wonder Woman Sales: #8 Holds Steady At 25th, Sales Drop Only Slightly

The sales numbers are up for April 2012, and Wonder Woman had a very solid month.  It was decent for most of the DC books really, with much of the top 20 experiencing only small drops, along with a couple books that went up.  In April 2012, Wonder Woman #8 sold 50,450 copies for 25thContinue reading “Wonder Woman Sales: #8 Holds Steady At 25th, Sales Drop Only Slightly”

Wonder Woman Sales: #7 Falls 10 Spots, Down 5.3%

The sales numbers for March 2012 have been posted over at The Comics Chronicles, and it wasn’t a very good month for Wonder Woman.  Marvel finally came back strong in March, spearheaded by the launch of Avengers vs. X-Men, and they took the top two spots by a wide margin, marking the first time they’veContinue reading “Wonder Woman Sales: #7 Falls 10 Spots, Down 5.3%”

No More CCA Seal Of Approval For DC Comics

Today on The Source, DC co-publishers Dan DiDio and Jim Lee announced a new rating system for their comic books that is set to begin in April 2011.  Because of this new system, DC will no longer be part of the Comics Code Authority, and their comic covers won’t have the CCA’s classic Seal ofContinue reading “No More CCA Seal Of Approval For DC Comics”