Now that C2E2 has finished, it’s time to take a look at what DC brought to the show, because a booth wasn’t one of them.
A lot of discussion has been floating around the Internet this past week, after Axel Braun posted a sneak peek image of adult film actress Kimberly Kane, dressed as Wonder Woman for the upcoming, Wonder Woman XXX: An Axel Braun Parody.
IDW’s Library of American Comics and DC Entertainment proudly announce the beginning of a new partnership to reprint some of the rarest DC Comics stories — the Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman newspaper strips.
Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines traces the fascinating evolution and legacy of Wonder Woman. From the birth of the comic book superheroine in the 1940s to the blockbusters of today, Wonder Women looks at how popular representations of powerful women often reflect society’s anxieties about women’s liberation.
When an article has a title that many colons the expectations are high to deliver, so how about footage of Batman fighting Bane and Wonder Woman squaring off against Harley?
When Disney acquire Marvel the thought started of, “What would it look like for Pixar to do a Marvel movie?” Well there is still no word on that happening any time soon, so Daniel Araya decided to give the world what it really wanted: a Pixar designed BATMAN! After the jump are the images of Batman, Superman, Green Lantern, and Wonder Woman.
Teachers have always told me that procrastination is a horrible thing. Well I’m here today to prove them wrong because thanks to procrastination and deviantART I came across a few wonderful pieces from Dave Bardin. Take the jump to see his take on a few iconic characters.
The Warner Archive Collection continues its rollout of fanboy-centric DC Comics properties with the December 11 DVD release of the original 1974 television pilot, WONDER WOMAN, starring Cathy Lee Crosby; and the much-requested sophomore season of the Alexander & Ilya Salkind produced SUPERBOY: THE COMPLETE SECOND SEASON.
After the failure of the first Wonder Woman television pilot, one might think the network would go back into hiding. That’s not the case for The CW who is reported to be pushing forward with a new show called Amazon, about a warrior named Iris.
Diana’s already had her origins covered in The New 52, so where does that leave us for a zero issue? Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang would like to take the readers back to 1941 and give us a truly ground floor #0, and Major Spoilers doesn’t mind going along for the ride!
DC Comics has unveiled the variant cover to Justice League #12 that will have Lois Lane fans seeing red.
J.H. Williams III is doing the art on Batwoman again, and Major Spoilers thinks that’s a really good thing! Read on to find out just what this reviewer thought of Batwoman’s first New 52 encounter with Wonder Woman!
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