As one who kept up with Doctor Who from the sidelines, I have observed one thing: what the Doctor is wearing is important. From fezzes to bow-ties and scarves, it all ends up becoming some form of trend within the pop-culture community and that is kinda cool. So what can you expect to see Doctor Who fans wearing at the next convention? Take a gander at Peter Capaldi in the latest costume to find out.
Or – “Curse You, Perry The Platypus!” With the new Wonder Woman costume brouhaha (“BROUHAHA? HA! HA! HAAA!”) having mostly died down to a syndrome I call “Slownewsday-itis,” we’re left to analyze the new direction and new adventures of their own merits. J. Michael Straczynski has done a soft reboot on the world of Wonder Woman, putting Diana (and the reader) in a strange and unfamiliar territory. So, the question is simple (though this sentence is not): Will Diana’s New Direction end up being “Watchmen-Came-Out-Of-Charlton’s-Action-Heroes” super-elegant rebootery, or just another case of “Youngblood: Bloodsport” coyote ugly…
Or – “Why Has No One Commented On The OTHER Big Controversy?” Although a wise woman was once heard to say “Math is HARD! Let’s go shopping!”, I feel compelled to do a little arithmetic on the latest attempt from the Big Two to retroactively engineer an anniversary issue… Wonder Woman V.1 (1942) numbered Three Hundred Twenty-Nine issues total. Wonder Woman V.2 (1987) numbered Two Hundred Twenty-Eight issues total. Wonder Woman V.3 (2006) numbered Forty-Six issues total. 329+228+46=603 Thus, ladies and gentlemen, it would seem to this reviewer that questions over whether or not Doctor Doofenschmirtz did a bad thing in hitting Diana with