In 1972, Wonder Woman famously graced the cover of the inaugural issue of Ms. magazine. The iconic image, with the proclamation "Wonder Woman for President" going across the top, instantly became popular both with fans of the character and the new publication. Now, in
Starting in April, DC Comics' most celebrated heroes (and a few of their foes) will beat the hell out of each other in Injustice: Gods Among Us, a new fighting game from the Mortal Kombaters at NetherRealm Studios for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii U. While the regular edition of the title will retail for about $60, those with an Xbox 360 or PS3 seeking to splurge can
Wonder Woman #0 is in stores this week and will feature, like all of DC's zero issues this month, a cover image that has a "burst" design, with Wonder Woman depicted as bursting through the page. Cliff Chiang,
I first became enamored with the fantastic work of Canadian cartoonist J. Bone with the 2006 relaunch of Will Eisner's The Spirit, in which Bone worked with Darwyn Cooke. The series remains a personal favorite for the stellar artwork alone, and I've since tracked down Bone's stuff on such titles as Wolverine/Doop, DC Retroactive: Wonder Woman, and the Justice League: The New Frontier one-shot comic released to coincide with Warner Bros. Animation's animated version of the Darwyn Cooke gr
CouldWonder Woman be getting the Smallville and Arrow treatment? Vulture is reporting that, "the CW, Warner Bros. TV, and DC Comics have found a new way to revive the legend of Diana of Themyscira. The plan this time: origin story, all the way." Word is that Allan Heinberg,
The OMG-Superman-and-Wonder-Woman-are-making-out cover to Justice League #12 has provided us with a lot of fun since DC Comics released it a week ago. We expressed our admiration for Wonder Woman's game and looked into the dating histories o
Wonder Woman and Superman have long seemed like they'd make a nice match -- they both have blue eyes and blue-black hair, they're both superheroes with similar powers, they wear matching costumes. But maybe they look a little too much alike to work? In any case, since one or both of them are usually romantically entangled elsewhe
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