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Courtesy of Sony Online Entertainment & DC Entertainment, CBR brings you an extensive gallery of Jim Lee's designs for the "DCU Online" version of Wonder Woman.
CSBG takes a look at Ben Caldwell's unsold Wonder Woman pitch and wonders whether a comic like Caldwell's Wonder Woman could be just the "gateway drug" that comics could use to gain a larger female audience.
What connection does the popular group Devo have to do with Wonder Woman, of all comics? Plus, did DC Comics turn down a chance to make James Bond comics at the height of the Connery films?
DC Comics has released solicitation information and images for new comics and products shipping in November 2010, including the latest from "Brightest Day," "Batman Inc.," "Wonder Woman" and much more.
Saturday afternoon at Comic-Con International, writer J. Michael Straczynski entertained a sizable crowd with anecdotes about his comic and film career, and a staged reading of “Wonder Woman” #601.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Jim Lee spoke with CBR TV about his Wonder Woman costume revamp, public reaction to the new look, DC's digital initiative, what it means for printed comics, DCU Online and more.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan Didio stopped by CBR TV at CCI to discuss a number of hot topics including his new position, Wonder Woman's new costume and direction, DC's new wave of talent and more.
Little, Brown and Co. have given CBR News an exclusive look at the Wonder Woman-themed trailer for their upcoming "DC Super Heroes: The Ultimate Pop-Up Book."
DC Comics has released solicitation information and images for new comics and products shipping in October 2010, including the latest from "Brightest Day," "Fables" #100, "Bruce Wayne: The Road Home" and more.
In the latest installment of ILYBYS, see Wonder Woman team-up with younger versions of herself in an "impossible" tale that involves Wonder Tot tickling a bad guy into submission and Wonder Girl making fat jokes!
JH Williams has revealed his variant cover for "Wonder Woman" #603 which homages the very first issue of the series as part of DC Comics' 75th anniversary celebration. ROBOT 6 has the homage and its inspiration.
We spoke with artist Don Kramer about Wonder Woman's controversial new look with the DC exclusive artist saying he's thrilled to be involved in such an important stage of the iconic superheroine's history.
In light of last week's Wonder Woman coverage, Augie breaks down the three stages of fandom he believes he's lived through. Plus, there's an evil comic book plot happening against Hawaii. Why do we all stand silent?
COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD's Sonia Harris dedicates this week's COMMITTED to giving the Jim Lee designed Wonder Woman costume an in-depth fashion critique...and, sadly, she is not very impressed.
You've seen the reactions to her new costume, but what about her 600th issue? ROBOT 6 rounds up reactions to Wonder Woman's anniversary issue, which includes stories by Gail Simone, Amanda Conner, George Perez and more.
As DC Entertainment begins to work on their upcoming movie slate, SPINOFF ONLINE's Graeme McMillan gives them 5 reasons why a Wonder Woman movie should be one of their top priorities.
Another week of big news means another PIPELINE EXTRA for CBR readers as Augie checks in to respond to a sea of jerking knees and ends up coming to the defense of Jim Lee and JMS' newly announced Wonder Woman costume.
In honor of her 600th issue and brand-new costume, CBLR is all Wonder Woman this week! Learn the secrets of the WW logo, Wonder Girl and discover what famous anime character might just be Wonder Woman's daughter!
In light of Wonder Woman's new Jim Lee designed outfit burning up message boards and forums across the internet, CBR takes it to a poll asking you what you think of the Amazonian hero's newest look!
With the introduction of Wonder Woman's new costume making headlines worldwide, we enlisted CSBG's Brian Cronin to provide us with a rundown of the Amazonian princess' looks throughout her nearly 70 year history.
CBR reviewer Greg McElhatton gave "Wonder Woman" #600 a 3.5 star review, saying of the milestone, multi-creative teamed issue, "There's something for everyone, but overall it's not as strong as one would hope."
With DC's revelation of Wonder Woman's new direction and costume, reactions have been flying fast and furious across the internet, from mainstream media outlets to fans to Lynda Carter herself.
Debuting Wednesday in her milestone 600th issue, Wonder Woman gets a new Jim Lee-designed costume, a new mission and a new world in the reality-altering storyline which writer J. Michael Straczynski tells CBR about in detail.
Martin Campbell and Geoff Johns discuss "Green Lantern". "Ghost Rider" might take some "Crank"! "Walking Dead" photos stagger onto the Internet. Also, "Blue Beetle" shots and more.
DC Comics has released solicitation information and images for new comics and products shipping in September 2010, including the latest from "Brightest Day," "Return of Bruce Wayne," "Teen Titans: Games" and more.
Courtesy of Titan Books, CBR presents an exclusive sneak peek at pages from the publisher's upcoming "Art of Jim Lee" hardcover focusing on the artist's Wildstorm and DC Comics work.
DC Comics' Amazonian Princess is the subject of CBR's latest comics hub! Check it out to see all of our current and past Wonder Woman coverage, including news, reviews and previews, collected in one page!
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Wonder Woman" #44 by writer Gail Simone and artist Nicola Scott. The issue, featuring the conclusion of "Wrath of the Silver Serpent," hits stores May 26.
DC Comics has released solicitation information and images for new comics and products shipping in August 2010, including the latest from "Brightest Day," "Superman: Earth One," "Green Lantern" and more.
DC Comics has released solicitation information and images for new comics and products shipping in July 2010, including the latest from "Brightest Day," "Ex Machina" #50, JMS' "Superman" and "Wonder Woman" and more.
DC Comics have announced that Don Kramer and Michael Babinski are the art team joining J. Michael Straczynski on "Wonder Woman" when the writer begins his run. Oh, and they're destroying the Amazon Princess' home.
Robert Greenberger spoke with CBR News about his new "Wonder Woman" coffee table book from Rizzoli and also shared news about the latest edition of "Who's Who." which he is writing for DC Comics.
The outgoing "Wonder Woman" writer met with fans in San Francisco for a WonderCon panel detailing her beginnings in the comics industry to her newest gig, re-launching DC's "Birds of Prey" in June.
DC Comics has provided CBR with exclusive previews of four new titles hitting stores tomorrow, including "Wonder Woman" #42, "Detective Comics" # 863 and more!
DC Comics has released solicitation information and images for new comics and products shipping in June 2010, including "Green Arrow" #1, milestone issues of "Superman," "Batman" and "Wonder Woman" and more.
On top of his upcoming "Earth One" graphic novel, JMS enlists for writing duties on the monthly marquee DC comics "Superman" and "Wonder Woman" with a double shot of post-milestone issues slated for July. UPDATED with new quotes from JMS.
The fan-favorite writer and passionate Wonder Woman fan steps aside from her roll in ushering the adventures of Princess Diana and rolls out two in depth farewells for fans including one for her Wonder of Wonders column.
In the latest WONDER OF WONDERS, Martin Gray tackles the topic of Wonder Woman's costume, which, while constantly revamped and redesigned over the years, always seems to snap back to something akin to it's original incarnation.
In this installment of STAR-SPANGLED PANTIES, the marketing of Wonder Woman to the mainstream public, specifically little girls, is explored and the lack of readily available Wonder-paraphernalia is lamented upon.
In the latest installment of AMAZONS ATTACK, Mars Goetsian focuses on Phillipus and her unique role as the only Amazon - other than Wonder Woman or Hippolyta - to continually appear in the comics over the last two decades.