Hi, readers! First of all, I'd like to thank you for all of the love and support I received from last week's Wonder Woman Wednesday - a tribute to MY Wonder Woman, my mom. It really meant a lot to me.
Hey, guys and gals! It's time for another exciting Wonder Woman Wednesday. Wednesday is commonly referred to as "Hump Day," because it's the middle of the week. And if you can make it over the "hump," it should be smooth sailing! Personally I think it should officially be changed to Wonder Woman Day. I mean, I know that doesn't smoothly roll off the tongue and it's been called Wednesday for a while now, but don't you think it would be cool? Of course, it would!
Let's get on with the show. This week, we have a special treat: an interview with doll maker and artist extraordinaire, Jozef Szekeres.
Hi, Wonder boys and girls! Welcome back to another Wonder Woman Wednesday! We continue our series of spotlights on "real" Wonder Women and Men, and this week we have an interview with artist and super fan Robert Yealock.
Hello, Wonder Warriors! Some of the dust has settled from the powerhouse that was Wonder Woman dominating the box office throughout the middle of the summer and 1) being the biggest opening for a female-directed movie, 2) having an amazing word-of-mouth buzz and overperforming beyond anyone's expectations, and 3) darn right living up to the hype by being arguably the best superhero movie ever! So, I think it's ripe time to pick the movie apart a little or at least take a closer look at some of the aspects of it. Let me be clear... I LOVED THIS FILM! Gal Godot rules! She is rightly the new bearer of the tiara! That said, we are going to look more at story aspects or the lack there of - meaning that it didn't answer a few questions I thought would be rightly explained.
Hey, Wonder people! Wonder Woman fever continues to rule the summer, so I thought I'd share what I think are the 5 most exciting things about Wonder Woman right now!
I just read a Forbes article citing that Spider-Man: Homecoming had a 73% drop from its first Friday to its second Friday. Now, mind you, that puts the film at $177 million in a week's span. But, because of the analytics, the writer of the article is implying it's a flop and predicting the death knell of superhero movies. As if.
Welcome, Wonder Warriors! This week, we take a look at the penultimate and arguably the best so far of writer Andy Mangels' Wonder Woman '77 Meets the Bionic Woman #5 from DC and Dynamite Entertainment. This has to be the best thing to come out comic book-wise concerning Wonder Woman. In a year of standout Wonder Woman stories, that is no small feat. Andy Mangels succeeds at capturing the vibe of the era. This could easily be season 4 of the television series.