A great new way to bring Diana’s story to life that doesn’t undo years of comic book history.
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DC finally has a winner in Wonder Woman that taps into the essence and of Wonder Woman, the strength, love, and compassion that makes her a compelling hero.
A hodgepodge of a film that resembles a quilt rapidly sewn together to catch up to Marvel’s eight years of universe building.
With Supergirl comes this incredible opportunity to bring the queen of female empowerment onto the small screen once again: Wonder Woman, and the perfect person for that role? Gina Carano.
New to dc comics? Well here is your chance to catch up on who’s who in the comic book world and get a handle on their character and stories.
This month DC Entertainment joined Apple’s Great Free Books event and is offering up Justice League: Origins for a limited time.
DC Entertainment is taking over the New York Comic Con this October with a Gotham centric panel. Check out all the details here.
Following the Bombshell, Batman 75th Anniversary and Selfie variants, the next DC Variants are spooky monster mash ups for the month of October.
Finishing up the week with two dynamic and character driven issues. First up is the two part Aquaman Annual #2 that gives Wonder Woman a chance to connect to Aquaman and Mera followed up by Superman #33 that continues to create nostalgia for all the Superman fans and shine on his character. Hope everyone is doing well!
Continuing from the pages – I mean post – from Monday I continue to seek the justice in character and plot development! Just call me Super…okay, I haven’t come up with a cool name yet, but I’m working on it. First up is Batman and Robin #33 that leaps off the pages as it continues the epic story line that is ROBIN RISES. Followed by Aquaman #33 that has the neat ball of intrigue and mystery to tie together the two distinct plot lines. And last up is Justice League Dark #33, where Deadman takes center stage and amazes fans everywhere. Happy Wednesday all!
Picking up where Monday left off, today I am keeping this review in the realm of the DC Universe. First up is Worlds’ Finest #25 where I analyze the strong and wonderful characterization of Huntress and Power Girl. Next up on the list would be Action Comics #33 where Superman enters his third stage of his infection with the “Doomsday Virus” and how that gives a deeper insight to the control Superman usually has. Then finally we have Justice League United #3 that continues to be fast paced, action and packed and hilarious.
Hello there avid readers! I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend. I’m launching off this weeks comic reviews with Justice League 3000 #8, a series that is incredibly comical as it reinvents the Justice League including one Flash who has already died twice and a teeny-tiny Hal Jordan who is only 6 inches tall and Earth 2 #25 that reveals the origins of Val-Zod and really pushes the envelope with Superman brutality.
Jason Momoa, made famous by his roles in Game of Thrones, Stargate: Atlantis and the Conan remake, seems to be taking on the role of the blond haired, blue eyed King of Atlantis, Aquaman.
Doomsday is back in Superman: Doomed – or so we think. Things have changed, developing it in amazing ways. Read here to see what’s changed.
This weeks reviews on the latest comic books. This article features reviews on two of the prequels to the upcoming SUPERMAN DOOMED story arc. The first is Superman/Wonder Woman #7 and goes into depth on the connection between the pair of Super Powered Super Heroes, congratulating the writing and the dynamic between the characters and Superman #30, which continues to build the rise of one of the most fearsome characters in the DC Universe.