This is it, the stunning conclusion to The Witching Hour storyline… so why is this a number one issue? Magic is broken and only Stephen and Matthew can pick up the pieces and make sense of Justice League Dark and Wonder Woman: The Witching Hour #1.
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We’ve seen multiple attempts to fix the continuity of Wonder Girl, but have you ever wondered how it got so messed up in the first place?
Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Wonder Woman #124 awaits!
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Free Comic Book Day is proud to announce the upcoming release of this year’s Free Comic Book Day PREVIEWS Exclusive (PX) collectible statues available only during the event on Saturday, May 4, 2019!
Staff members at Major Spoilers are here to help you with your comic book selection this week, with their roundup of comics they recommend.
Legends say that Princess Diana defeated all the other Amazons in a competition to become their ambassador to the outside world. But that wasn’t the ONLY time she had to earn her role… Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Wonder Woman #93 awaits!
Welcome to the weekly rundown of comic book reviews from Major Spoilers. There is a lot of stuff on the site, but this is your one-stop post to find all of the comics we’ve reviewed this week.
Steve Orlando has written some of the biggest heroes in the DC Universe, and now he prepares to continue that record with more adventures of Wonder Woman. But before we renew the earth-shattering events, we pull back with a tale that spans the past and future, and asks, can one person really make a difference? Wonder Woman #51 from DC Comics is in stores now.
DC Comics made a number of announcements at the San Diego Comic-Con, including a new Shazam series from Geoff Johns.
DC Entertainment announces next wave of young adult and middle grade graphic novels for DC Ink and DC Zoom
DC Entertainment announced today during a press breakfast at Comic-Con International: San Diego 2018 (SDCC) the next wave of titles, authors and artists for the publisher’s upcoming young reader imprints, DC Ink and DC Zoom.
DC Comics announced yesterday that G. Willow Wilson, creator of Kamala Khan aka Ms. Marvel for Marvel, is returning to the publisher to take on Wonder Woman in November.
The war for Themiscyra rages on, but Jason may have the weapon to bring it all to an end. But isn’t this someone else’s book?
Diamond Select Toys has shipped four new DC Animation busts for its popular line of statues. The new wave includes Wonder Woman, Clayface, Batman Beyond, and Killer Croc.
The Amazing Amazon and the Dark Knight Detective are forced to operate in a world of Celtic mythology. One of them finds it easier than another, for reasons that should probably be obvious… Your Major Spoilers review of The Brave and The Bold: Batman and Wonder Woman #2 awaits!