Hola! I know everyone has been waiting on pins and needles for my Wonder Woman film review, so I will torture you no longer! Without further ado, here it is.
Hi, Wonder peeps! We're only a few days away from the long-awaited release of the highly anticipated Wonder Woman film.
Feminine. Lady-like. Girly. Three ways to describe a woman that has more "female-like" qualities. They're also derogatory ways to describe a man with more feminine qualities. Hmmm. Isn't it funny how the same words can have such extremely different impacts, depending on how you choose to use them?
It's hard to believe we're already in the home stretch of Wonder Woman ’77 Meets the Bionic Woman, as today sees the release of Issue #4 of 6 from the maxi-series from DC Comics and Dynamite Entertainment written by Andy Mangels with Judit Tandora handling the art. It seems like just yesterday the fantasy project was being announced as part of Wonder Woman's 75th Anniversary festivities.
It's hard to believe we're just a few short weeks away from the release of the Wonder Woman film. And not too long ago, it was hard to believe there even was a Wonder Woman film.
Hello, my dear readers. Forgive my sporadic schedule lately. I promise to pull it together for the upcoming release of the Wonder Woman film! It's getting closer and closer as I try to worm my way into the premiere! Where's my invisible pole vault when I need it? I think I cashed in all my connections. (Hint. Hint.)
Hey there, Wonder Fans! We're back after a two-week hiatus, and let's waste no time getting back on track.
Hey there, Wonder Maniacs! Here we are again for another exciting edition of Wonder Woman Wednesday. This week, we have the opportunity to share an interview with a very unique Wonder Woman Cosplayer: Wonder WoBear. What do you get when you mix Wonder Woman with a burly, hairy, gay man? WONDER WOBEAR!
Greetings, fellow Amazons! Welcome to another exciting edition of Wonder Woman Wednesday. This week we bring you a review of Issue #3 of the six-issue mini-series from DC Comics and Dynamite Entertainment that teams television icons together for the first time in comic book form.