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When Adam Hughes Walked Off Wonder Woman As Cover Artist?

So… Frank Cho… Is this the first time cover artists on Greg Rucka’s Wonder Woman have walked off citing intolerable interference? Adam Hughes ended a multiple-year run as cover artist of Wonder Woman three issues into Greg Rucka’s first tenure as writer, after Wonder Woman #196. The printed cover looks very different to the original solicited… Read more »

Frank Cho’s Last Wonder Woman Cover – At Least Officially

This is a sketch for Frank Cho‘s cover variant for Wonder Woman, his final issue. You probably know why by now. After all, far more people read our first article about this situation… than read Wonder Woman. I wonder how many sketch cover requests for Wonder Woman he’ll get at San Diego?  

Frank Cho Gives Timeline Over Leaving Wonder Woman To The Mary Sue

Two days ago, the comic internet split apart as Frank Cho told Bleeding Cool that he was flouncing off Wonder Woman after his sixth – rather than his twenty-fourth – variant cover. And despite ructions around the globe, everyone lost their nut, with even the Guardian newspaper pitching in (twice) and Breitbart getting their share. And… Read more »

Wonder Woman Through Her 75 Years

Wonder Woman is celebrating her 75th anniversary this year and seems to be as popular as ever, if not more so. With an upcoming feature film and a much talked about comic series, the character is more in the mainstream than even when Lynda Carter played her on TV. To celebrate the anniversary, DC has… Read more »

New Wonder Woman Images Reveal A Different Look At Diana

As part of its Comic-Con Preview, Entertainment Weekly has released a number of new images from the upcoming Wonder Woman. Other images include Wonder Woman getting ready for a fight, having a conversation with Chris Pine‘s Steve Trevor and a behind the scenes shot with director Patty Jenkins. The film sees Diana’s origin altered, with… Read more »

Are You #TeamCho Or #TeamRucka Over Wonder Woman?

You know, on Wednesday, I really thought if there was any controversy over the current Wonder Woman comic by Greg Rucka, Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, it would have been the suggestion of past girlfriends on Paradise Island – from people who hadn’t read Wonder Woman before. And, gratifyingly, there was none. Then yesterday, Bleeding… Read more »

Frank Cho Walks Off Wonder Woman After Sixth Cover

And there I was thinking the big news was going to be this week’s revelation that Wonder Women had had same-gender relationships when she was young… hello people from The Guardian. Frank Cho was one of a number of A-list comic book artists, commissioned by DC Comics to create 24 variant covers for the first year… Read more »

Is This Wonder Woman’s First Canon Same-Sex Relationship?

Wonder Woman was created by the writer William Moulton Marston, while he was living in a polyamorous relationship with his wife and girlfriend. The portrayal of a female superhero, who came from a land without men was enough for the author of Seduction Of The Innocent, Dr. Frederic Wertham to describe her as  “the lesbian counterpart… Read more »

Wonder Woman Film Synopsis Sounds Like Straight Forward Origin

As part of their release about their San Diego Comic Con plans, Warner Bros included the first synopsis for the upcoming Wonder Woman film. “Wonder Woman” hits movie theaters around the world next summer when Gal Gadot returns as the title character in the epic action adventure from director Patty Jenkins. Before she was Wonder… Read more »

Allan Heinberg and Geoff Johns Receive Wonder Woman Script Credit

According to Collider, television and comic book writer Allan Heinberg and DC Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns will receive script credit on the Wonder Woman feature film, with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice director Zack Snyder also receiving a story credit alongside Heinberg and Johns. The screenplay was previously credited to Pan writer Jason Fuchs,… Read more »

Babs Tarr’s Wonder Woman Cover To San Diego Comic-Con 2016 Souvenir Book SDCC

Babs Tarr has drawn the cover to this year’s Souvenir Book for San Diego Comic-Con, celebrating the 75th Anniversary of Wonder Woman. It’s one of those years, the catalog also recognises the 75th anniversary of Aquaman, Archie, Captain America, Green Arrow, Plastic Man, the 50th anniversary of the Batman TV show, Black Panther, the Silver… Read more »

DC To Collect Unpublished Superman/Wonder Woman #30 And #31 In Savage Dawn

It was a peculiarity with the DC Comics June solicitations. There were listings for Batman/Superman #33, Superman/Wonder Woman #30 and Batman/Superman Annual #3 but with no details. When the June Rebirth catalogue was published, those comics weren’t in there anymore. Then they were cancelled. I confessed I thought it was some kind of listings glitch…. Read more »

“We’re Like Kids In A Sweet Shop” – Liam Sharp Talking Wonder Woman

Liam Sharp is really excited about working on Wonder Woman with Greg Rucka and Nicola Scott. You can tell that if you’re following him on Facebook or Twitter as he happily posts art for the book and talks about all the positive feedback that has been coming in. Liam is one of the genuinely nice… Read more »

Talking Comics – Aquaman #1, Wonder Woman #1, Flash #1, Deadpool Vs Gambit #1 & More!

Bleeding Cool welcomes the return of Talking Comics, from Excalibur Comics, Cards, and Games in Shreveport, Louisiana, to discuss this week’s upcoming books, speculating about where they are headed, and discuss their favorite storylines. Hosts Randy Young and Chris Hunter say: Thanks for pressing play! It’s another wave of new #1’s from DC Comics this… Read more »

“The Story Keeps Changing, Nothing Makes Sense” – Continued Complaints About Continuity In Wonder Woman#1

DC Comics PR has provided CBR with a preview of Wonder Woman #1 by Greg Rucka and Liam Sharp, out this week. There will be always someone on  a message board complaining that continuity in a comic book just doesn’t make sense. But it’s not normally the lead character.  But she did quite a bit… Read more »

Liam Sharp Shares Process Art For “That Page” From Wonder Woman Rebirth

On his Facebook page and Twitter account, artist Liam Sharp shared his process art for what he called “that page” from Wonder Woman Rebirth that hit stands yesterday. The page in question takes place shortly after our heroine discovers that things aren’t right in the world and she exchanges her New 52 look for something more… Read more »

Have Entertainment Earth Made Suspect Wonder Woman Chair Cape Colour Choice For SDCC 2016?

At San Diego Comic Con this year, Entertainment Earth are offering exclusive Wonder Woman and Batman Beyond Chair Capes. Capes. For chairs. I know. But have they made a grievous error in colour choice? After all, as any fule kno, Wonder Woman’s cape – when she wears such a thing, is red. Or red white and blue…. Read more »