Wonder Woman 77

David Hahn & Karl Kesel On 'Batman '66 Meets Wonder Woman '77'
David Hahn & Karl Kesel On 'Batman '66 Meets Wonder Woman '77'
Ever since DC launched Batman '66, the crossover that virtually everyone wanted was a meeting between the Adam West-era Caped Crusader and Lynda Carter's Wonder Woman. Now, it's happening in the pages of Batman '66 Meets Wonder Woman '77, a crossover from Jeff Parker, Marc Andreyko, David Hahn, and Karl Kesel that takes place across three different eras, pitting Batman and Wonder Woman against Ra's al-Ghul, Talia, and a handful of other special guest villains. It's an incredibly entertaining story that goes well beyond what both series were able to do on TV. To find out more about it, ComicsAlliance spoke to Hahn and Kesel about the challenge of drawing a story with three different flavors of retro style, and the era's perfect "casting" of Ra's al-Ghul, and we got a first look at this week's issue.
Batman ’66 Meets Wonder Woman ’77 In New Comics Crossover
Batman ’66 Meets Wonder Woman ’77 In New Comics Crossover
DC's digital-first re-imaginings and continuations of beloved superhero shows of decades past have not only yielded some great comics in their own right, but recently they've been crossing over with other properties in a similar vein. Batman '66 has met up with Green Hornet and The Man From Uncle while Wonder Woman '77 has been hanging out with The Bionic Woman. Later this year, thing rocket to their logical conclusion as, for the first time, Adam West and Burt Ward's Batman and Robin team-up with Lynda Carter's Wonder Woman for an epic crossover that could only be called Batman ’66 Meets Wonder Woman ’77.
Check Out A Preview of 'Wonder Woman '77' Chapter #21
Check Out A Preview of 'Wonder Woman '77' Chapter #21
Things are looking dire for Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor in Wonder Woman '77 Chapter 22, the digital-first series from writer Marc Andreyko and artist Tom Derenick that recently came back from hiatus. Steve's body has been taken over by the brain of a supervillain, and Wonder Woman is trapped between his psionic attacks and the guns of her supposed allies, who aren't as concerned with Steve's safety as she is.
'Bionic Woman' Meets 'Wonder Woman' In New Crossover
'Bionic Woman' Meets 'Wonder Woman' In New Crossover
Dynamite Entertainment and DC Comics have enjoyed a healthy relationship in recent years, with crossovers between DC's Batman '66 and Dynamite's '70s TV franchises such as The Man From UNCLE, The Green Hornet, and most recently Steed and Mrs. Peel. These digital-first series have been a hit with fans, so much so that DC and Dynamite are expanding the partnership for a crossover between The Bionic Woman and Wonder Woman '77.
Preview: 'Wonder Woman 77' Solves Her Problems With Elephants
Preview: 'Wonder Woman 77' Solves Her Problems With Elephants
One thing that I think we can all appreciate about Wonder Woman is that she's a very creative problem solver. Just look at her signature moves: Anyone can have a plane, but an invisible plane is pretty unique, and while anyone can dodge bullets --- anyone in the superhero genre, I mean --- deflecting them with a pair of Amazonium bracelets isn't just flashier, it makes a statement. Her solutions always tend take things one step further. In next week's Wonder Woman '77 Chapter 17, though, in which Christos N. Gage, Ruth Fletcher Gage, Dario Brizuela and Andres Ponce continue the adventures of the classic Lynda Carter television series, her solution doesn't just take things a step further, it goes for a full-on stampede. Check out a preview below!
Marc Andreyko Talks 'Wonder Woman '77'
Marc Andreyko Talks 'Wonder Woman '77'
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.
DC Digital Announces 'Wonder Woman '77'
DC Digital Announces 'Wonder Woman '77'
DC Digital's Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman must be doing decent business, as the publisher announced a second digital Wonder Woman title at the Download This panel at New York Comic-Con on Sunday; Wonder Woman '77, inspired by the hit 1970s Wonder Woman TV show starring Lynda Carter. The series follows the digital-first format of the Batman '66 comic, which is based on the 1960s Batman TV show. Written by Marc Andreyko and illustrated by various artists, Wonder Woman '77 will launch in December with a six weekly installments that will later be released in print. Further Wonder Woman '77 stories are expected to follow in the future.