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Is This How The Truth Of Lois And Wonder Woman Will Come Out? (Superman/Wonder Woman Final Page Spoiler)

We know that this scene is yet to come. A preview of a short Superman/Wonder Woman story ahead of the mini-relaunch of DC Comics in June. And a scene we have yet to reach in the main comic. But of Lois and Clark? Well, things didn’t go too well there either.  Even if other people… Read more »

When Superman Meets Obama (Superman/Wonder Woman SPOILERS)

Bleeding Cool has previously looked at DC Comics’ peek-a-boo use of Obama as President of the United States in its comics of late. But in today’s Superman/Wonder Woman it goes all out. With a walk around the White House garden with the man they now call Clark Kent. Beginning with a man who cuts through… Read more »

“She Is As Unique And Important As Wonder Woman” – Nancy A. Collins Talks Vampirella / Jennifer Blood

Writer Nancy Collins talks about her book, Swords of Sorrow: Vampirella/Jennifer Blood #4, on sale Aug. 19. Cover art by Billy Tan. BYRON BREWER: Nancy, you have been writing Vampirella’s adventures in her solo book for quite a while. Aside from the team up, were you able to do anything new with the character in… Read more »

Swipe File: The Paybacks And Wonder Woman

A piece of promo art from the upcoming Paybacks series from Dark Horse, by Geoff Shaw. And the cover image to Wonder Woman: The Hiketeia, by JG Jones. UPDATE: JG Jones initially brought attention to this on Facebook. I understand that the Paybacks image was at this time simply an unfinished promo image and, if used, would have had an… Read more »

Ch-Ch-Changes – From Finch To Churchill On Wonder Woman

A few changes for the Big Two, ‘twixt solicitation and publication. Ian Churchill will be the artist on Wonder Woman #43 rather than David Finch and Jonathan Glapion. Flash Annual #4 was solicited as written by Robert Venditti and Van Jensen but actually it was just by Van Jensen. And Age Of Ultron Vs. Marvel Zombies… Read more »

Chris Pine To Join Wonder Woman

Word is that Star Trek actor has signed on to join the DC Cinematic Universe… but not as Green Lantern. Rumor is that Chris Pine will play Steve Trevor opposite of Gal Gadot in the upcoming Wonder Woman directed by Patty Jenkins. Gadot will first play the character in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice before… Read more »

Roy Thomas Tells The War Years Of Batman, Superman And Wonder Woman

Ex-Marvel EIC and veteran comics writer for Marvel and DC, Roy Thomas, has written three new volumes for Chartwell Books. Each details one of the DC Trinity of Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman and their contemporary stories relating to World War II, compiling select stories with commentary and analysis. Go take a look. Golden Age reprints of… Read more »

For Those Who Really Want Wonder Woman And Superman To Split Up, Read Injustice Gods Among Us

That’s from the Superman/Wonder Woman preview story. But in the first issue of the DC You issue, the pair were still very much together. But for those who can’t wait, maybe try Injustice: Gods Among Us? It’s a different continuity. But if you want a Game Of Thrones style conclusion, you’ll get one from the last… Read more »

Wonder Woman Vs Giganta In 3rd Justice League: Gods And Monsters Chronicles

We’ve seen the vampiric Batman voiced by Michael C. Hall and the okay with killing Superman voiced by Benjamin Bratt… so are you ready for this New God version of Wonder Woman voiced by Tara Strong? Here we see her in action with Steve Trevor against a very different take on Giganta. This is the… Read more »

What Does Today Mean For Superman And Wonder Woman? Or Lois Lane?

I first mentioned that Superman and Wonder Woman would become a couple in the DC Universe for real, back in May 2011. A year and a bit later, it came to pass. In the New 52 of the DC Universe, Clark and Lois were never a couple. And recently, DC Comics did this to drive… Read more »

The Wonder Woman Exhibition At Atlantic City Boardwalk Con, As Seen on Periscope (Batmobile UPDATE)

Thanks to The Comic Bug for broadcasting on Periscope their guard duties at the Masrton Family Wonder Woman exhibit at Atlantic City Boardwalk Con’s inaugural year. Apparently there’s half a million dollars worth of art up there, so it needs all the guards it can get. Especially when the doors open…   UPDATE: Ooh look, they got Batmobiles too…… Read more »

The Wonder Woman Of 3001 Returns To Her Roots

You can read this week’s free June Previews for yourself free on ComiXology – register here and then click here. And see more of our DC June Previews coverage here. Wonder Woman grew up on Paradise Island, a land without men. Over the years that has been given many lesbian readings, as you may expect, both… Read more »

Wonder Woman, Cheaper In Digital Than Print?

It’s been a principle that, initially at least, DC Comics doesn’t sell a digital copy of a comic book for less than the print copy. After a month or so, things may change, but initially at least the publisher keeps price parity. That seems to have changed with the Wonder Woman ’77 Special. As Wonderworld… Read more »

DC Puts DVD/Blu Rays In The Back Of Comics For Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman And Justice League

DC Entertainment launching a new product line, and I have to say I think it’s rather good. Six hardcover collected editions of classic DC stories, each featuring a related animated movie on both DVD and Blu-Ray discs, embedded in the inside back cover. Sweet. Both a collectible and a item appealing to a curious more mainstream audience…. Read more »

Jill Thompson Wants You To Know That Wonder Woman: The Very Selfish Princess Is All Her

Jill Thompson posted about her new Wonder Woman graphic novel called The Very Selfish Princess. She will be handling all of the writing and art chores other than lettering which will be done by Jason Arthur. She makes it clear that this is her version of Wonder Woman and does not tie into any existing… Read more »

Frank Cho Gives Wonder Woman Her Own Pose, Finally

Okay, so we had the Manara pose. But no, finally Frank Cho gives her her own pose for a sketch cover. It, along with many others, will be available at Big Wow Comic Fest this weekend, as Frank Cho runs his free workshop on drawing female anatomy.   Of course, no artist draws anatomy quite… Read more »

And Finally… Frank Cho Draws Wonder Woman

Frank Cho is most definitely doing this on purpose now. Can we start making requests for the Manara pose? If so I choose Despair from Sandman. He posts, “OMG! Frank Cho drew another comic book character for fun in a pose I don’t like. Somebody call Congress! I am OUTRAGED!!!” Got a link to an… Read more »

Patty Jenkins Joins Wonder Woman. No Tiger Required, Presumably.

So Michelle McLaren walked off the Wonder Woman movie over creative differences with Warners. Including, reportedly, the appearance of a talking Tiger, And now Monster‘s Patty Jenkins, who walked off Thor The Dark World over creative differences with Marvel, is the new appointed director. Could this be revenge for Warners’ junking Joss Whedon‘s Wonder Woman script and… Read more »

Wonder Woman Loses Her Director

Warner Bros and Michelle McLaren have parted company over creative differences. That is what WB announced yesterday, letting folks know that the Breaking Bad, The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones director would not be helming the upcoming Wonder Woman film starring Gal Gadot. Creative differences is a nice catch-all saying that two sides wanted… Read more »

Relooking At The Very First Wonder Woman Sketch By H G Peter

This is the very first sketch of Wonder Woman from 1941. The piece, drawn by artist H.G. Peter includes his notes to writer William Moulton Marston and the creators notes back. “Dear Dr. Marston, I slapped these two out in a hurry. The eagle is tough to handle – when in perspective or in profile,… Read more »

Wonder Woman 77 Lassoes Advance Reorders

Greetings from the coal face of the direct comics market. Where retailers try to increase their orders of certain comics ahead of sale. Where supply and demand and most accurately reflected, where you can see which books are hot, where new orders are coming in and how retailers are reacting to new, unanticipated desire! Advance… Read more »

FOOL: Mark Millar Has Totally Ghost-Written Today’s Wonder Woman #40

I’d heard the rumours, but today I saw the evidence. With Grant Morrison‘s Wonder Woman original graphic novel scheduled for November, it was just the chance that his sworn enemy and once bets friend Mark Millar would get in there first. I understand that in return for Dave Finch drawing his next Millarworld book Arse… Read more »