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Fantastic Five: Best Marvel Wonder Women
Fantastic Five: Best Marvel Wonder Women
If there’s one thing we’ve learned from our years on the Internet, it’s that there’s no aspect of comics that can’t be broken down and quantified in a single definitive list, preferably in amounts of five or ten. And since there’s no more definitive authority than ComicsAlliance, we’re taking it upon ourselves to compile Top Five lists of everything you could ever want to know about comics. They say imitation is the most sincere form of flattery, and as some of our earlier episodes have shown, Marvel isn’t afraid to compliment their Distinguished Competition by homaging, or straight up copying, some of DC’s most popular characters. Since her introduction in 1942, Princess Diana, better known as Wonder Woman, has become without question the most well-known and influential superheroine in the world. We already showed you some of the best analogues Marvel made for the Man of Steel and the Dark Knight, and now it’s time to round out DC’s Trinity with the Amazing Amazon!
Rad Dudes Skateboard To The Ultraverse In The Second Most ’90sest Commercial Ever [Video]
Rad Dudes Skateboard To The Ultraverse In The Second Most ’90sest Commercial Ever [Video]
Here at ComicsAlliance, we have often written of our continuing fascination with the '90s Boom, that gilded era of pouches, holofoil variant covers, and the Rob sitting upon a throne built from five million copies of X-Force #1. You can imagine how thrilled we are when we run across a new artifact of that time, and today, we have found a doozy...
The Unreleased ‘Ultraverse Prime’ For The SNES Has the Most Amazing Theme Song Ever
The Unreleased ‘Ultraverse Prime’ For The SNES Has the Most Amazing Theme Song Ever
  If you've rifled through a quarter bin any time in the past fifteen years, then you've probably seen your share of comics starring Prime, the flagship character of Malibu's short-lived Ultraverse imprint. Prime's career in comics was pretty brief, but in less than four years of publication, he managed to appear in a cartoon, get optioned for a movie that was in development as recently as 2004, a