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A Look Back At The Not-So Wondrous 1974 Wonder Woman TV Pilot

By Octavio Karbank This ain’t your mother’s Wonder Woman! Or maybe it is. Did your mother watch this ridiculous movie? Made back in 1974, a Wonder Woman movie that was meant to serve as a pilot for an intended TV series…happened. When I went to a special screening the other night to see this strange… Read more »

Wonder Woman Film To Tap Pan Screenwriter

Warner Bros’ upcoming Wonder Woman film recently got its director in Michelle MacLaren (Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones) to go along with star Gal Gadot. Now a new report says they are going to bring on Jason Fuchs to write the screenplay. Fuchs wrote another upcoming Warner Bros’ film, Pan. Fuchs and MacLaren will work… Read more »

Michelle MacLaren To Direct Gal Gadot As Wonder Woman

Hollywood Reporter has it down. Michelle MacLaren will be directing the Wonder Woman movie starring Gal Gadot, and will be working with the current writers to finish the screenplay. Producers include Charles Roven, Zack Snyder and Deborah Snyder. MacLaren is best known for her TV work on Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead and Breaking Bad. Now to confirm what time period it is… Read more »

Is This Our First Glimpse Of Wonder Woman’s Invisible Plane From Batman Vs Superman: Dawn Of Justice?

Okay, so I’m going to be accused of clickbait here. And maybe these accusations are right. But Little Bleeder Kalel Angel got in touch about what he thinks he can see in the following image released of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman. By bumping up the contrast he reckons he can see Wonder Woman’s Invisible… Read more »

Can A Woman Direct Wonder Woman? Will She Be Given The Chance?

So yesterday’s news about plans I’d been informed about, regarding the upcoming slate of Wonder Woman films, seem to have gone down pretty well. Though there are some quibbles, as to how the character won’t age and hopes that Warners will hire someone of the female persuasion to direct the movie. Well, as for how… Read more »

The First Wonder Woman Movie To Be Set In The 1920s, And Its Sequel During World War II

We know there’s a Wonder Woman movie coming in 2017. We know it will star Gal Gadot in the lead, and she also appears in Batman Vs Superman: Dawn Of Justice. But as of this date, we presumed it would be set in the modern day. Well, why wouldn’t we? It’s not. I have been… Read more »

33 Thoughts About 33 Comics Today – Harley Quinn, Saga, Nova, Worlds End, Futures End, Rasputin, Savage Dragon, Southern Bastards, Black Science, Deadpool & Captain America, Wolverine & The X-Men, Adventure Time x2, Uber, Thought Bubble 2014, Crossed, God Is Dead, War Stories, Sinestro, Thunderbolts, Inhuman, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Axis Revolutions, Carnage, Deathlok, Wonder Woman, Shadow, Phantom, Pathfinder, Transformers, Little Nemo, Doodle Jump, Bob’s Burgers

We have so many great comic books out today. Little Nemo #2 demonstrates the treats in store. Such as Savage Dragon #199, where every page in this comic is a double page splash, going from Hell to Earth in time for a certain Savage Dragon #200 next month…. but how much bigger can they go… Read more »

Now Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Arrow And Doomsday Join Puzzle & Dragons

We knew that the Batman: Arkham Origins game was crossing over with the popular Candy Crush-meets-Street Fighter Japanese game Puzzles & Dragons, creating a Batman themed dungeon to promote the release of Arkham Origins. But, from an ad in today’s DC Comics titles, it appears that the crossbranding may be increasing in November. Comics courtesy of Orbital… Read more »

Wonder Woman Will Beat Captain Marvel To A Solo Movie – But Will Captain Marvel Make It To The Screen First?

Wonder Woman is set to debut as a movie on 23rd June 2017. Marvel Studios’ first female lead movie, Captain Marvel, will come on July 6th 2018, a year later. The new Wonder Woman played by Gal Gadot will also appear in Batman Vs. Superman: Dawn Of Justice, out on March 25th, 2016. But today’s… Read more »

NYCC 2014 Report: Yanick Paquette On A Sexy Wonder Woman, Feminism And Sexuality

Adi Tantimedh writes for Bleeding Cool: I had a marvelous conversation with artist Yanick Paquette in Artist’s Alley about his work on drawing Grant Morrison’s script for the upcoming graphic novel Wonder Woman: Earth One, and I asked Yanick to repeat some of what he said in a video interview. Here he talks about Wonder… Read more »

Wonder Woman ’77: A DC Digital Comic Based On The Lynda Carter TV Series

A clever and cool move from DC, breaking out of NYCC: Wonder Woman ’77 will be a DC digital-first series based on the Lynda Carter tv show. Written by Marc Andreyko, covers by Nicola Scott with artists to be announced. On the heels of the SENSATION COMICS FEATURING WONDER WOMAN launch will be WONDER WOMAN… Read more »

NYCC: Phil Jimenez At The LGBT Panel – Why Would Anybody Want To Make A Movie Out Of This Wonder Woman?

John Odum writes for Bleeding Cool: A wide range of anecdotes and perspectives were naturally on display from a variety of panelists on the LGBT in comics panel, presented by the New York Times and Geeks out Thursday evening. Noelle Stevenson talked about the great reception Lumberjanes has received (“we [thought] we could do whatever… Read more »

My First Book Of Girl Power, Featuring Wonder Woman, Batgirl And Supergirl

Okay. So this is possibly the best book in the entire universe according to some readers. It smacks of the seventies with a rather nineties Spide Girls twist and perfect for the teens. With female superhero fans struggling to find the right products for them, here is something to buy a younger daughter who is… Read more »

43 Thoughts About 43 Comics – The Walking Dead, Fantastic Four, Justice League, Action Comics, Alex + Ada, Nailbiter, Rat Queens, Peter Panzerfaust, Morning Glories, Batman Eternal, Miracleman, Men Of Wrath, Cerebus, Adventure Time, Captain America, Wonder Woman, Death Of Wolverine, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Guardians 3000, Uncanny Avengers, Lobo, Damnation, Edge Of Spider-Verse, Winter Soldier, Batman/Superman, Gotham Academy, Chaos, Angry Birds, Fiction Squad, Regular Show, X-Files, Kill Shakespeare, Holmes/Houdini, Rogue Trooper, TMNT, Cutter, Witchblade, Vampirella, Suicide Risk, Mercy Thompson, Cloaks, Woods And War Cry

Well, X-Files Year Zero, I just bought some comic books. Let’s see what’s going on? Well, we seem to have another confluence between Marvel and DC, with the Justice League and the Fantastic Four looking at the good guys and the bad guys teaming up to change the world for the better. First, we have… Read more »

Your DC Futures This Week, Both Fifty And Thirty-Five Years Away, With Batman And Robin, Batman/Superman, Justice League, Wonder Woman, Superman/Wonder Woman (In That Order), Teen Titans, Batwoman, New Guardians, Superirl, Pandora, Red Hood And The Outlaws

Just as in the first and second weeks, we’re beginning to build up a bigger idea of what is and what is not behind all this… In Futures End: Batman And Robin, Batman gets his new Robin, even if everything else falls apart. And there is the hint that the revival of Damian Wayne may… Read more »

Goodbye Orion, And Hello Wonder Girl? 4 Things That May Happen After The Finches Take Over Wonder Woman

By Hilton Collins This November, storylines from the new Wonder Woman creative team of writer Meredith Finch and superstar artist David Finch start coming to comic book shops with issue #36. The married duo are following writer Brian Azzarello and artist Cliff Chiang’s critically acclaimed three-year run on the title (along with help from Tony… Read more »