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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.
WONDER OF WONDERS closes out 2009 with a new edition of WAR & PEACE in which Robert Jones Jr. takes a look at the problematic history and various incarnations of Nubia (or Nu'Bia), also referred to as "the black Wonder Woman."
Throughout Wonder Woman's history, her Amazonian sisters have been a major part of the heroine's story, but in this edition of WONDER OF WONDERS, Martin Gray explores the idea that sometimes you can have too many warrior women.
In this week's STAR-SPANGLED PANTIES, the concept of godhood in the DC Universe is examined, and some potential guidelines are laid down in order to help readers differentiate between superheroes and true gods.
This week's installment of WAR & PEACE takes a look through Wonder Woman's vast array of weaponry, armor and equipment and answers the age old question: where does she get all those wonderful toys?
This week's WONDER OF WONDERS takes a look at Diana Prince, Wonder Woman's sometimes secret identity, and argues that the long ignored civilian persona is mandatory for the Amazonian princess' mental well-being.
This installment of AMAZONS ATTACK takes a look at Marston's original Wonder Woman themes of bondage and submission, and explains how those words probably don't mean quite what you think they do when referring to the Amazon princess.
Andy Mangels explores the 12 Triumphs of Wonder Woman Day, the annual all-ages event benefiting victims of domestic violence. Wonder Woman Day takes place this Sunday in Portland and New Jersey, and fans can bid on original art online.
The latest installment of WAR AND PEACE looks at Wonder Woman's fluctuating powers and power levels and examines how different creators have dealt with them over the history of the character, from Marston to Perez and beyond.
It's time for another installment of AMAZONS ATTACK, but this time we're looking at a non-Amazonian character. Mars Getsoian explains why Circe may just be the most formidable and complex Wonder Woman villain of them all.
Sam Raimi talks "responsibility" in "Spider-Man 4." Actress Aubrey Plaza talks "Scott Pilgrim." Brian Micheal Bendis talks "Thor." Eliza Dushku talks "Internet Fantasy." Gary Ross no longer talking "Venom?"
Wonder Woman's boyfriend,Steve Trevor was one of the most brilliant concept of the Golden Age, so why is it equally brilliant that he's not longer the Amazon's love interest in current continuity? Carol A. Strickland spells it out.
"The Flash" races for a new producer. "Scott Pilgrim's" sister talks about yelling. Beyonce for "Wonder Woman?" All this, plus Daft Punk to appear in "Tron" and more.
This edition of WONDER OF WONDERS explores Wonder Woman's rogues gallery, offering up thoughts and ideas on why they may not be seen as heavy hitters in the DCU and how to change that perception with a few simple tweaks.
After twelve weeks, "Wednesday Comics" comes to an end, and so does this version of the "Splash Page." Tim and Chad rank all twelve strips this week, and talk about the good, the bad, and the future.
Carol A. Strickland joins CBR for a Friday edition of WONDER OF WONDERS to examine the convoluted history of Wonder Woman and provide her thoughts on how to clean it up while simultaneously building up and strengthening the character.