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How Wonder Woman #7 from 1943 Predicted the Future of Politics

How Wonder Woman #7 from 1943 Predicted the Future of Politics

Smith, while that character's background and methods seem inspired by the bizarre background of Smith's associate, Silver Shirts founder William Dudley Pelley.  In the comic book story, the Man's World Party's "Purple Shirts" appears to be an obvious reference to Pelley's Silver Shirts.I won't spoil the ending of how Wonder Woman, Etta Candy, and Steve[...]

New Wonder Woman 1984 Images Debut Online

New Wonder Woman 1984 Images Debut Online

The second features Wonder Woman in the embrace of the returning Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) in Washington Mum is still the word on how exactly he comes back, and we will more than likely have to wait for the release of the film to see how that plays out.[caption id="attachment_1192960" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Empire debuted new[...]


BossLogic Made us Ugly Cry: The Last Dance of Captain America Wonder Woman

BossLogic Made us Ugly Cry: "The Last Dance" of Captain America, Wonder Woman

YET AGAIN BossLogic drops more beautiful pieces of art featuring our favorite heroes, and this time it'll hurt your heart a bit.Two pieces, both alike in comic book inspiration, feature "The Last Dance" of one Captain Steve Rogers, aka Captain America, and his best girl Peggy Carter, and the other features Princess Diana of Themyscira, aka[...]

Patty Jenkins Shares First Look at Pedro Pascal in Wonder Woman 1984

Patty Jenkins Shares First Look at Pedro Pascal in 'Wonder Woman 1984'

stop...watching..." Jenkins said in her tweet.Can't…Stop… Watching… @PedroPascal1 !!! #WW84 pic.twitter.com/6s7YdkGQNL — Patty Jenkins (@PattyJenks) July 30, 2018We still don't know who Pascal is playing in the film, but that suit is pretty damn slick, isn't it?We DO know that Chris Pine is returning (somehow) as Captain Steve Trevor, Kristin Wiig will be playing WW baddie Barbara Minerva/Cheetah,[...]

Wonder Woman #50 Review: Stepping Around the Catharsis

Wonder Woman #50 Review: Stepping Around the Catharsis

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor meet up before Steve goes off on a tour, now rejoined with the Navy They reflect on the battle against the Dark Gods, and we go back to Diana’s fight against their legion as well as her brother Jason It’s only Wonder Woman left to fight these monstrosities, and[...]

The Flash #49 Review: Revealed Both Flashes Are Faster Than Superman

The Flash #49 Review: Revealed! Both Flashes Are Faster Than Superman

Meanwhile, the natural forces of the world are recoiling at this event, and Amanda Waller, Steve Trevor, and the Justice League are trying to get the situation under control.[caption id="attachment_875610" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Flash #49 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi[/caption]This is another stronger issue for The Flash, giving Flash War a pretty momentous feeling[...]

Wonder Woman #49 Review: Wonder Woman Against the Dark Gods

Wonder Woman #49 Review: Wonder Woman Against the Dark Gods

Jason joins her sister in the fight, and Steve Trevor coordinates his task force to contain the effect of the Dark Gods Diana and Jason start with King Best while Karnell, Savage Fire, the Mob God, and the God with No Name wreak havoc around the world.[caption id="attachment_875183" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Wonder Woman #49 cover by[...]

Wonder Woman #48 Review: An Issue of No Consequence

Wonder Woman #48 Review: An Issue of No Consequence

Thankfully, he is not alone for long, as Supergirl, Steve Trevor, and the Justice League are there to help in the fight for our world.[caption id="attachment_865811" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Wonder Woman #48 cover by Jesus Merino and Romulo Fajardo Jr.[/caption]Wonder Woman #48 is pure padding The story doesn’t advance in any meaningful way, you could probably[...]

Wonder Woman #47 Review: Wonder Woman vs. Supergirl is Awesome

Wonder Woman #47 Review: Wonder Woman vs. Supergirl is Awesome

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Wonder Woman is locked in battle with Supergirl, whom seems controlled by an outside force. She speaks of the Dark Gods and their impending arrival. Diana doesn't want to hurt Kara and is trying to subdue her and hopefully learn something about these alleged Dark Gods. Elsewhere, Jason has solicited the Fates themselves […]

Wonder Woman #46 Review: Abandon Ye Old Gods

Wonder Woman #46 Review: Abandon Ye Old Gods

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Cheetah is captured by Veronica Cale, whom wants to examine Barbara Minerva further. However, the Cheetah soon gets free and begins a warpath through Cale's headquarters. Wonder Woman stops Minerva from killing Cale, but the Cheetah begins a bizarre rant about "new dark gods" arriving on Earth. Disturbingly, Diana sees something which supports […]

Trinity #22 Review: The War for Skartaris

Trinity #22 Review: The War for Skartaris

He has Superman and Batman restrained while Wonder Woman faces a monstrous Steve Trevor We learn that Deimos has made arrangements with a security firm in our world, and this has motivated his recent aggressions Fortunately, Warlord, his sorceress daughter, and the armies of Skartaris approach However, Deimos has the portal blocked, and the Trinity[...]

Wonder Woman #44 Review: Fun With Darkseid But the Story is Shallow

Wonder Woman #44 Review: Fun With Darkseid, But the Story is Shallow

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Wonder Woman, Jason, and A.R.G.U.S are at war with Darkseid, Grail, the Female Furies, and their Parademons. Darkseid's servants have almost finished their machine, so the clock is ticking on Diana and her allies to finish off the forces of Apokolips. To start, it's objectively awesome to read a comic that is almost […]

Wonder Woman #42 Review: Diana VS Grail- Fight

Wonder Woman #42 Review: Diana VS Grail- Fight!

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Jason has returned with new powers and a new suit of armor. He doesn't remember how all of this happened, and the conversation is cut short by Grail making an appearance in Germany. Jason and Wonder Woman go to respond, and Jason explains his first meeting with Grail to Diana. There, Jason is […]


The Brave and the Bold- Batman/Wonder Woman #1 Review: Slow Goofy&#8230 Jaysus

The Brave and the Bold- Batman/Wonder Woman #1 Review: Slow, Goofy… Jaysus

However, he cannot do it alone and seeks help.Elsewhere, Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor are in a vacation getaway in Antarctica They hope to be undisturbed, but, when Cernunnos calls for help, Diana must answer.In Gotham, Batman is perplexed by the catatonia rampant in the Irish Quarter of Gotham City He dons the cowl and[...]

Batman: The Merciless #1 Review: The War Batman

Batman: The Merciless #1 Review: The War Batman

The tension is heavy, and it’s always interesting seeing the likes of Amanda Waller, Steve Trevor, and Director Bones having to navigate each other’s egos General Lane is something of the stereotypical military jackass here, like Thunderbolt Ross but less complex.[caption id="attachment_736186" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Batman the Merciless #1 art by Francis Manapul[/caption]Francis Manapul puts in[...]

Wonder Woman #32 Review: Parademons And Parents

Wonder Woman #32 Review: Parademons And Parents

[rwp-review-recap id="0"][caption id="attachment_731018" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Wonder Woman #32 cover by Bryan Hitch and Alex Sinclair[/caption]Wonder Woman as well as Steve Trevor and his Oddfellows have found a Parademon nest in the Catacombs underneath Paris This is somehow related to Grail’s killing of Hercules, even if Diana can’t prove it yet.After clearing the nest, Diana shown[...]

Wonder Woman #31 Review: Lets Add More Dudes To Dianas Story

Wonder Woman #31 Review: Let's Add More Dudes To Diana's Story

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] In Oregon, a mysterious man is hunted down by Grail, the daughter of Darkseid. Elsewhere, Giganta is on the hunt for mysterious artifacts, and Wonder Woman goes out to stop her. After the fight with Giganta, an older gentleman tells her that she has inherited an estate. What do all of these things […]

Wonder Woman #30 Review: It Is Her Body And Hers Alone

Wonder Woman #30 Review: It Is Her Body, And Hers Alone

He and his soldiers are under the impression that she owes it to them, and that is why she has to fight them.It’s pretty straightforward and seems like a standard superhero plot, but the subtleties of it are pretty clever and make for a more compelling story.The action itself is pretty good, with Wonder Woman[...]