Wonder Woman Wednesday

Wonder Woman Wednesday (101)

*Please note that this article is an opinion-editorial.


"She's got a body like an hour glass, but I can give it to you all the time." - Bang! Bang! -Jessie J.

According to Wikipedia, the term "bombshell" is a forerunner to the term "sex symbol" and was originally used to describe popular female sex icons. In modern usage, "bombshell" refers to a very attractive woman. The Online Etymology Dictionary by Douglas Harper has attested the usage of the term in this meaning since 1942, and in the meaning of "shattering or devastating thing or event" since 1860.

How fitting then that Sensation Comics #1 featuring Wonder Woman made its debut in 1942. I can't think of a bigger "bombshell" than The Princess of Themiscyria, can you? (Not that she's just a bombshell mind you, but it certainly doesn't look bad on one's resume.)

*Please note that this article is an opinion-editorial.


DC Comics is in the midst of a company-wide event called "Convergence" which promises (ad nauseam) to turn DC's continuity on its collective ear and start a new direction for its line of characters. Again.

SPOILERS BELOW (if you been living in The Batcave all week)

Wonder Woman is hotter than ever. With her impending, big-screen debut in Batman V Superman, a controversial run in her monthly comic, and two exciting, digital-first series, there's an awful lot to say about Wonder Woman. That being said, I am happy to announce Wonder Woman Wednesday, where I will be discussing thoughts, opinions, and news concerning our favorite Amazon warrior. I'm highly qualified for this, as I am the biggest WW fan ever! (Don't worry! Every Wonder fan thinks they are the biggest, and I can't say they are wrong!)

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