Wonder Woman Meets the Bionic Woman, published by DC Comics and Dynamite Entertainment, was one of the comics I was most looking forward to this past year - not to mention my entire life! When I was young, I worshiped Lynda Carter and Lindsay Wagner as Wonder Woman and the Bionic Woman, respectively. I had both dolls based on the characters and created many a team-up adventures on my own. Granted, the plots of those adventures would probably be a little too “out there” for a mainstream comic book. Luckily, we have the pros on this one.
Greetings, readers! I. Since I’ve been doing a few recurring stories on real-life Wonder Women, I’ve been dying for the chance to spotlight my baby sister. We’re very close. She’s funny, smart, beautiful, and somewhat of a fan girl. So, without further ado, here’s my chat with my sister Kelly.
Hi, readers! First of all, I’d like to give thanks to Jessica Tseang for inviting me to be on her Wonder Woman panel at Stan Lee’s Comic Con in Los Angeles this past weekend. And a shout-out to my fellow panelists for intelligent and engaging conversation on our favorite Amazon. Some of which I’ll be discussing in this week’s column.
Hey, Wonder Warriors! Just a quick note to let you know that I will be on a panel at Stan Lee’s L.A. Comic Con. The panel is called "Wonder Woman 2017: The Film That Started a New Generation," and it will take place on Saturday, October 28th, at 1 p.m. in Room 406AB. We’ll be discussing the effect of the Wonder Woman film. I hope to see you there! If not, I will fill you in on all of the details in next week’s Wonder Woman Wednesday.
Hey, guys! Welcome back to another exciting week of Wonder Woman Wednesday! This week, we’re going to talk about James Robinson’s long-anticipated story arc introducing the controversial brother of Wonder Woman, Jason.
How time flies. When we got to see how awesome Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman was in Batman V Superman, it seemed like we had to wait FOREVER for her solo flick. Come to think of it, we did have to wait forever. Wonder Woman had never had a big-screen solo flick in all of the 75 years of the character’s existence. So, that’s something like forever.
Hola, Wonder-Philes! This week, we’re going to discuss whether legendary comic book creator John Byrne designed Wonder Woman’s movie costume.
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.