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Tom Brevoort Questions Dan DiDio Over Wonder Woman Earth One Credits

Darren Shan used to be an editor at DC Comics. Then DC Comics moved to Burbank, but Darren Shan stayed in New York. Where he became an editor for Marvel Comics. One of his DC Comics projects only came out last week though. Wonder Woman: Earth One, which had to be taken on by other editorial… Read more »

The Continuity Of Wonder Woman To Be Made Sense Of – DC Rebirth Details

Wonder Woman has suffered considerable contradictions of late, the Azzarello/Chiang Wonder Woman never meshed with the Geoff Johns/Jim Lee version nor the Finch version, it as hard for readers to see these as the same people. Especially with the amount of times her history has been rewritten over the decades. Rather than seeing this as… Read more »

Gal Gadot Addresses Humor and Darkness In Wonder Woman Feature

While reports persist that Suicide Squad is in the midst of reshoots to inject more fun into the forthcoming film, Wonder Woman Gal Gadot tells Digital Spy (via Heroic Hollywood) that her solo debut will contain “moments of humor,” but “it’s pretty dark.” It is unclear if the film will be as dark as Wonder… Read more »

Wonder Woman Release Date Moved Up, 2 More DC Movies Added

According to THR, the upcoming Gal Gadot led Wonder Woman film has been moved up from it’s original June 23rd, 2017 release date to June 2nd, 2017. The report also states that two untitled DC films have been added to the schedule October 5th, 2018 and November 1st, 2019. I would guess that one of… Read more »

Gal Gadot Addresses The On-Line Reaction To her Casting As Wonder Woman

Conan O’Brien had quite the group of guests the other night. Amy Adams, Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill and Gal Gadot joined him to discuss Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. During the discussing, Conan brought up the negative reaction that took place when Gadot’s casting as Wonder Woman was announced and how some fans wanted… Read more »

New Young Adult Novels For Wonder Woman, Batman, Superman And Catwoman By Bestselling Authors From Next Year

Random House and DC Comics are publishing four young adult novels from next year, starring iconic DC characters. Wonder Woman by Leigh Bardugo, NYT bestselling author of Shadow And Bone, in August 2017. Batman by Marie Lu, NYT, bestselling author of Legend. Superman by Matt de la Peña, NYT bestselling author of Mexican WhiteBoy and The Living and… Read more »

#DCRebirth – Greg Rucka, Liam Sharp And Nicola Scott On Wonder Woman

… More and more here.  “Who can say no to Diana?” Greg Rucka. “Wonder Woman The Lies” in the odd number issues with Liam Sharp, present day stories by Liam where Diana discovers inconsistencies in her life. “Wonder Woman: Year One” in the even number issues with Nicola Scott  

That Wonder Woman 1918 Photo From Batman V Superman

This is her past, a photo taken in Belgium in 1918… That’s Said Taghmaoui on the left, Chris Pine as Steve Trevor, that’s Ewan Bremner on the far right, all confirmed as being in the Wonder Woman movie set in 1918. Is that a Native American character to his right? Can anyone identify the actor?… Read more »

What Does The Founder Of Wonder Woman Day Think Of Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice

Andy Mangels writes, Note: This review will be as Spoiler Free as possible, but some plot elements will be discussed. As a lifetime DC comics fan (and having written for that company in the past), my enthusiasm for BvS:DoJ was tempered with a spotty track record for the director, Zack Snyder, and what appeared to… Read more »

Wonder Woman Director Patty Jenkins Addresses Themysciran Diversity Question

Following the release of a new Wonder Woman image featuring Gal Gadot as the Amazon princess flanked by Connie Nielsen as her mother Queen Hippolyta and Robin Wright and Lisa Loven Kongslias as General Antiope and Menalippe, concerns quickly rose about diversity on Paradise Island. Director Patty Jenkins took to the Twitter to answer the… Read more »

Jill Thompson’s Wonder Woman: A Very Selfish Princess To Be Published Digitally, Then Collected In Print

Here’s a look at Jill Thompson’s new thing. WONDER WOMAN: THE VERY SELFISH PRINCESS is Jill Thompson’s storybook style reimagining of the early years of the Amazon Princess Dian, who would grow up to become Wonder Woman. This fully painted graphic novel is unlike any Wonder Woman tale you have ever read, told as only… Read more »

New Hot Toys 1/6th Scale Wonder Woman Figure

“I don’t think you’ve ever known a women like me.” – Wonder Woman One of the most anticipated parts of the new Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice movie is the introduction of Wonder Woman. Played by Gal Gadot, her character is said to be one of the highlights of the film by both positive and… Read more »

First Official Themyscira Image From Wonder Woman Debuts

Featuring star Gal Gadot in a Themysciran setting, Entertainment Weekly debuted the first official photo of the island setting from next year’s Wonder Woman. The photo also features Connie Nielsen as Diana’s mother, Queen Hippolyta and Robin Wright and Force Majeure’s Lisa Loven Kongslias as General Antiope and her lieutenant, Menalippe. According to previous reports,… Read more »

David Finch Draws Wonder Woman For DC Comics Art Academy

DC Comics continues their Art Academy videos filmed at conventions with this latest featuring artist David Finch as he draws Wonder Woman. David was joined on stage in San Diego by his wife and Wonder Woman creative partner Meredith Finch. Meredith talks about putting the stories together and being an art model for David.

Marguerite Bennett Replaced By Greg Rucka On Wonder Woman? And Other DC Comics Rebirth Kerfuffles

A few weeks ago, Bleeding Cool reported that Marguerite Bennett was the new writer on Wonder Woman. I had it confirmed from a number of good sources at DC creative and editorial. It hadn’t been a sure thing, which is why the story ran later than, say, Tom King being on Batman, but then it… Read more »

Lobo Feature Turns To Wonder Woman Screenwriter

There is once again room for Lobo. The film is is back in development — perhaps not the most shocking news as the project has been on-and-off for quite some time and the most likely candidate as a quick answer to Deadpool. According to The Wrap, Wonder Woman screenwriter Jason Fuchs will write the film…. Read more »

Harley Quinn, Batgirl, And Wonder Woman Comics For $.99? Oh My!

Thank goodness for Comixology and their wonderful sales. Until March 14th, you can participate in the Women of DC Comics sale which consists of 50% off digital comics. Titles include Batgirl, Harley Quinn, Wonder Woman, Vixen, and Catwoman.  It looks like it includes most of the New 52 comics along with original first issues! Personally, I’ve read all… Read more »

Wonder Woman Independent In Batman V Superman; Ben Affleck & Henry Cavill Spar In Omaze Video

While talking with Glamour (via The Hollywood Reporter), Gal Gadot discussed Wonder Woman’s role in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, calling her “independent” from the other members of the trilogy. “She is not relying on a man, and she’s not there because of a love story. She’s not there to serve someone else,” Gadot… Read more »

DC Releases The Legend Of Wonder Woman Digital Comic Trailer

DC has released a trailer for The Legend of Wonder Woman from the creative minds of Renae De Liz and Ray Dillon. It’s a digital first series that reinvents Diana of Themyscira for new generation of readers. The first few issues are available in comic shops now, new chapters are first released digitally every Thursday.

The Legend Of Wonder Woman To Be “Rated E” As #1 And #2 Go To Second Printings

The first two issues of The Legend Of Wonder Woman, the new 9-issue digital-first comics by familiar-to-Bleeding Cool-readers Renae De Liz and Ray Dillon, have both sold out of their first printings and DC has decided to reprint the pair, with second printings arriving on March 23rd. When solicited, the comics were Rated T, described by… Read more »

Superman’s Ex-Girlfriends – Wonder Woman And Lois Lane In Today’s Comics

So Superman and Wonder Woman. For those holding out for a future of the couple, it’s time to really start letting go. Even if this scene in Superman #49 out today, gives you hope… By the time we get to Superman/Wonder Woman #27, also out today, things are made rather clear. “Ex-Girlfriend” kinda cements it doesn’t it?… Read more »