Tom Taylor is one of the luckiest guys in the comics industry. He has developed his own version of the DC Universe, and he’s done a lot of amazing things with it!
Of course, this comic is based on the Injustice video game, which he also scripted, and it’s just terrific fun!
Kotobukiya has released new images of its Wonder Girl Bishoujo Statue, that will cause pull out your credit card and order the statue today.
There have been a lot of different incarnations of the Titans in the DC Universe, from sidekick to New Teen to ‘No Longer In Existence.’ With the Titans’ back story returning to continuity, I was reminded of the last time that the adolescent heroes reformed, pre-Flashpoint. Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Teen Titans #1 awaits!
There is a truism in the world of Hero Histories: The shorter the tenure, the simpler to put together. When considering the history of a character dating back to the dawn of superheroic history, it is a very daunting matter to recount the entirety of their history, as even a fictional universe will have been through a lot of changes in 80 years. Today’s entrant has had at least four notable iterations in her time, but today we focus specifically on the second of her major historical eras. Some might call it the Silver Age version; an inaccurate designation, as
Mike McKone. Wonder Girl. Enough said. via TwitPic
When you’re sired from the loins of Zeus, life can be pretty complicated. Just ask Wonder Girl. Her mother, a mortal who bears an uncanny resemblance to a certain past Vice Presidential candidate, doesn’t approve of her daughter and her linebacker physique. What’s a girl to do? Find out… after the jump!
I have several of the Ame-Comi line of figures, but none of them come close to all the skin that the Wonder Girl Ame-Comi statue features. I’ll let you take the jump for the full on Wonder Girl action, plus a look at Wonder Woman, that shows even more skin.
Or – “Make A Hawk A Dove, End A War With Love, Make A Lah Farnah FOO!” Sorry, I was never really clear on what that last lyric was.Â For months now, Gail Simone has seemingly been building up to something epicÂ with her work on Wonder Woman, and it seems that we’re finally going to get a glimpse of what it is.Â Last issue, yet another strange creature arrived to challenge the Amazing Amazon, but this time, the story ends differently…
I love it when a plan comes together.Â Wait, there’s a plan? One of the great things about the Blue Beetle series is how the writers who have taken on the challenge of this series are able to bring the collected group of heroes together to fight a common enemy.Â While the big bad doesnâ€™t get his comeuppance in this issue, itâ€™s good to see everyone come out of the woodwork to give aid to our favorite beetle in blue.
Or – “Shvaughn?Â Is That You?” My new manager Deon (who is wrong only half as often as Tom Grice, but only about 1/3 as pretty) and I got to talking the other day about the work of Jim Shooter, a writer whose work bounces all over the spectrum.Â For every Harbinger, Rai, or ‘Adventure Comics’-era Legion, there is a ‘Hank Pym punches Janet’ moment, a ‘Shadow State,’ or “MORE GORE FOR THE ORG!!!”Â Whichever Jim Shooter you get writes tightly plotted yarns with nice character bits, but the overall effect of the writing varies wildly, as anyone who ever
Or – “Round Seven!Â FIGHT!!!!” It’s all been building up to this…Â The Prince of Orphans!Â The Daughters of The Dragon!Â Lei Kung’s Secret Army!Â Dog Brother #1!Â The Tiger’s Beautiful Daughter!Â The Hordes of Hydra!Â The Bride of Nine Spiders! Luke “Sweet Christmas!” Cage!Â Fat Cobra!Â And that Iron Fist kid… Know this, dear friends:Â Heads will be BUSTED.