The United States Postal Service has announced a new line of Forever Stamps that feature Wonder Woman in many of her iconic poses as part of a new set of Forever Stamps.
To mark the 75th anniversary of one of the world’s best-known Super Heroes, Warner Bros. Entertainment and DC Entertainment today unveiled plans for a year-long celebration of Wonder Woman. The character has transcended the pages of comics to become a powerful global symbol of justice, equality and peace.
If you were concerned or worried about what Frank Cho would do to Wonder Woman on the cover of the series, you can rest easy.
When I was growing up, I loved 80-page Giants! In those days, these books cost like a quarter and were reprints from 5-10 years earlier. But I hadn’t read them, so I pored over each and every story! It was an adventure into tales I hadn’t read before, but still grew to love. DC Universe: Rebirth #1 is a lot like those wonderful comics. There’s a LOT going on, some of it touching on recent comics stories, others going back into previous DC storylines I enjoy remembering.
Bluefin has announced it has become the exclusive North American distributor for Iron Studios and Blitzways, and plans to bring Batman v Superman statues to stores.
Next week, we’ll all be in line of the new Batman v Superman movie, and though some may not want to see Batman and Superman fighting (because reasons…), everyone is interested to see what Gal Gadot will do with Wonder Woman. The actress tweeted out a new image that features Wonder Woman’s bracelets glowing.
March is Women’s History Month and for the comic book industry that means it is Women In Comics Month. As a companion piece to my editorial Why We Need Women in Comics Month (http://majorspoilers.com/2016/03/14/editorial-need-women-comics-month/), I present you with my Top 5 Current Comics Starring Women.
This week’s episode is the season finale and names Wonder Woman “Hero of the Month.”