Tag Wonder Woman

Man of Steel 2… everyone except Aquaman!

Fast forward to now and you've all heard the news. The sequel to Man of Steel is going to include Batman (played by former "Daredevil" actor Ben Affleck). It will also feature Wonder Woman who will be portrayed by Gal Gadot. There are also rumours that the Arrow TV series may tie into Man of Steel 2, which will bring Arrow and The Flash into the fold. I have also heard of rumours that Nightwing may make an appearance too (this has been speculation with no confirmation... so don't shoot me).
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TODAY’S SPECIAL: Superman and Wonder Woman #2

Here at ARCHIE G’s, we don’t think you can make a dependable Pull List decision based on the first serving of a comic. Publishers throw everything they’ve got at a first issue: promotions, gimmick covers, etc. And speculators? Sheesh, don’t get me started on speculators. Because of stuff like that, sales figures are always bloated.
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Biff Socko, Two-Fisted Newshound: Sep 6th

It’s time for another update from BIFF SOCKO, TWO-FISTED NEWSHOUND. Biff Socko covers Comic Book News like zits on the A-V Club. Faster than Perry White! Stronger than J. Jonah Jameson! He is…BIFF SOCKO! DATELINE: NEW YORK– DC is ecstatic…

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Biff Socko, Two-Fisted Newshound: Aug 29th

It’s time for another update from BIFF SOCKO, TWO-FISTED NEWSHOUND. Biff Socko covers Comic Book News like zits on the A-V Club. Faster than Perry White! Stronger than J. Jonah Jameson! He is…BIFF SOCKO! DATELINE: METROPOLIS– The world is abuzz…

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Earth 2 #1

When DC relaunched its line of comics in September 2011, noticeably absent were any titles featuring the classic JSA characters of Golden Age infamy. Even still, at a DC panel at Fan Expo 2011 in Toronto, Canada, it was acknowledged that before long fans of classic versions of Green Lantern, Flash and Superman would get their fill. After many months of anticipation, fans of the characters received the first issue of Earth 2 #1 last week as it thundered onto store shelves and into our loving hands.
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Wonder Woman #7

Wonder Woman has traditionally been a character unlike most within the mainstream superhero genre of comics. Where the heroes themselves are commonly viewed as gods in the metaphorical sense, Wonder Woman literally lives among them, standing beside the likes of Zeus, Hera, Aphrodite, Athena and Ares. Yet without a true antagonism the character's books has always felt a little hollow outside the Justice League books.
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1941 In Comics

This weeks Pick 5 is a little bit different.  Since there are many lists that feature “this day in”, I thought I would try it here.  So this week’s Pick 5 are big events in a given year.  The year…

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T Shirts

Yesterday I was at the 80’s Toy Expo, and I found a really cool T shirt (check out my column later this week for more details).  This gave me an idea.  I hit a website I have bought from before,…

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Comic Culture March 16th

This week hosts Chris Owen and Walter Durajlija tackle issues as wide ranging as the trouble plagues Spider-Man musical, the Wonder Woman TV series, the Conan movie trailer, getting ready for comic book conventions and lots more. So kick back,…

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Comic Culture January 19th

This week young aspiring actor Marty Birthelmer joins Comic Culture hosts Chris Owen and Walter Durajlija and helps them tackle all kinds of issues including bad buzz around the Green Lantern movie, Wonder Woman make up, Stan Lee deserving an…

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Undervalued Spotlight #68

Wonder Woman #156, DC Comics, August 1965 Wonder Woman comics from this era have always sold for well above guide. I’d say the run from #105 right through the Jones #200 more often than not trades over guide, especially in…

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Review: The Return of Bruce Wayne #6

Writer: Grant Morrison Pencils:  Lee Garbett and Pere Perez Inks: Alejandro Sicat and Walden Wong Colours: Guy Major Letters: Jared K. Fletcher Covers: Andy Kubert and Lee Garbett, with Bill Sienkiewicz Publisher: DC Comics Comic book returns are a dime…

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