Lynda Carter's Wonder Woman TV show was an inspiration to a generation of superhero fans back in the late 1970s, and it was with great joy that we greeted the news of a Wonder Woman '77 comic from DC's digital division, following in the footsteps of Batman '66. Now that the series is a few chapters in, we caught up with writer Marc Andreyko to find out how the series came about and what role the show played in his own childhood.
We also have an exclusive preview of the next chapter, with art by Jason Badower, which takes readers to the cusp of an extraordinary revelation; there's more than one Wonder Woman in town.
News of DC's upcoming revival of 1970s blacksploitation icon Black Lightning and 1980s stuntman-turned-superhero Blue Devil as a super powered buddy comedy may have been greeted warmly by fans online, but it turns out that the creators of the characters aren't quite so excited about the comeback.The two heroes are due to be reimagined as a young
In a bit of an interesting twist on the celebrity-"creates"-a-comic-book trend that's earned its share of discontent here on the blogosphere, IDW Publishing is bringing some new writing talent to its True Blood comic in the form of an actor from its hit HBO vampire series source material (which, in turn, is based on the novels of Charlaine Harris). Known for his role as the vicious Reveren
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