Wonder Woman Wednesday

Wonder Woman Wednesday (131)

At the end of Wonder Woman #1, we are reintroduced to Cheetah, one of Wonder Woman's archenemies, which is arguable simply because people like to argue.

It's hard to believe the amazing Amazon was created 75 years ago by William Moulton Marston and H.G. Peter. I thought this week that I would highlight some of the things that make Wonder Woman so awesome in her diamond anniversary.

Today's the day we've all been waiting for: the release of Wonder Woman #1 by Greg Rucka and Liam Sharp. My thoughts on that next week. (Apparently, I'm not important enough to get an advanced copy.)

Last Wednesday saw the the release of Wonder Woman: Rebirth. The story, while well written by Greg Rucka and beautifully illustrated by Matthew Clark and Liam Sharp, served merely as a prelude to next week's Wonder Woman #1.

Today marks the release of DC Comics' Wonder Woman Rebirth # 1, a day Wonder Woman fans have been waiting for for a long time.

Greetings, fellow Amazons!  This week's topic is on a super cool, if not macabre, Wonder Woman collectible from toy maker Mighty Jaxx.

I guess I hadn't realized until I joined certain Wonder Woman discussions groups on Facebook - No, not that there ARE Wonder Woman discussion groups - I was surprised by a certain topic of debate. That topic being whether or not Wonder Woman should be wielding a sword.

"It's the right stuff for superheroes."

Apparently, that was the simple pitch that recently departed writer/artist Darwyn Cooke supplied for his runaway hit, New Frontier, the maxi-series featuring the Justice League in perhaps their most genuine, symbolic, and meaningful forms.

Merciful Minerva! I can barely believe it's already May. The steam from the buzz that Wonder Woman stirred up from her debut in BVS doesn't seem to be going anywhere, as May turns out to be a busy month for the Wonder-verse.

"A smile is the best makeup any girl can wear." - Marilyn Monroe

An ironic quote from one of the most iconic beauties of our time. She was always seen wearing makeup, but she was equally gorgeous without it.

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