NBC has released a sneak peek of the upcoming episode of Harry’s Law featuring Smallville’s Erica Durance dressed up as Wonder Woman.
In an upcoming episode of of Harry’s Law, be on the lookout for Smallville’s Erica Durance who walks around in a Wonder Woman costume believing she is an Amazonian princess.
Not all of us have the physique to put on a costume and actually look like Superman, Batman, Spider-Man, or Wonder Woman, but thanks to these “comfy throw blankets with sleeves” all of us can look like our favorite heroes… who spend the evening sitting on the couch.
We all know that Wonder Woman was made of clay by her mother Hippolyta, and grew up with the rest of the Amazons. DC figures it is time to change that by giving Diana a father.
Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang are bringing us yet another reimagining of the Wonder Woman character, having a strong mythological bent and incredible art.
When Cliff Chiang and Brian Azzarello team on the upcoming Wonder Woman book from DC Comics, the focus of attention is going to be on what Wonder Woman is wearing or not wearing below the waistline. In the case of the latest teaser art from Chiang, the focus is going to be on the amount of blood.
Or – “After The Pantsinator Comes… THE DEPANTSINATOR!”
It’s kind of disheartening to realize that, in this day and age, the two-months-ahead Previews catalog makes every Wednesday seem a bit like old news. After weeks of coming attractions for the New 52 in September, it was a little startling to buy this issue and remember that the OLD new Wonder Woman had yet to wrap up so that we could get the NEW new Wonder Woman…
Or – “They Don’t Call It ‘The Odyssey’ For Nothin’…”
On the plus side, the revamped Wonder Woman arc has been better than the hysterical nay-sayers cried that it might have been before they saw it. (I wonder if there’s a larger lesson there?) 13 issues in, is the story living up to the hype?
I kind of get a big kick out of celebrities getting into cosplay. Here is Kaley Cuoco – of Big Bang Theory fame – dressed as Wonder Woman, and apparently enjoying some Confectionery delight.
Recently, DC Comics announced they would be “relaunching” their entire line of comics, with new number ones. Along with these new number ones, will be a line-wide redesign for every character. Many of these redesigns have already been criticized, so instead of hating on a bunch of costumes from comic books that haven’t even been published yet, I will be taking a stroll down memory lane, in the hopes of digging up redesigns that should never be forgotten. Join me, will you?