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Doubt has been cast on the veracity of a viral story purporting that a school requested a student stop bringing a Wonder Woman lunchbox to school.
Veteran DC Comics artist Nicola Scott discusses her first creator-owned series with Greg Ruck at Image Comics and not having time for neuroses.
In the latest installment of the digital first series the Amazon Princess not only stops a Russian annexation but also officiates her first same-sex marriage.
Rob Thomas & Diane Ruggiero discuss the second season of their CW zombie hit, "Veronica Mars" comparisons, their dream projects and "Party Down."
A third cafe opens in Singapore this September, joining the growing chain's current locations in Malaysia.
Bruce Timm, Tamara Taylor, C. Thomas Howell and more discussed their alternate DC Universe take on these fan-favorite characters at Comic-Con.
Legendary animator Bruce Timm spoke with CBR TV at Comic-Con Interantional about his new feature and reimagining Superman, Batman & Wonder Woman.
Wonder Woman and Batgirl join the chair capes lineup in two new DC Comics-themed offerings from Entertainment Earth.
Hot Toys' "Ant-Man," classic Batman, a new life for an old toy line and all the Comic-Con collectibles we couldn't get to earlier.
The writer says he understands why Zack Snyder's take on the icon is so aggressive, but it's "not what William Marston wanted."
CSBG has an archive of notable comic book firsts, including their latest: When did Wonder Woman first gain the ability to fly?
The new "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" trailer dropped a few big reveals about the direction of the film, and we've laid them out here for you.
The trailer for Zack Snyder's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" is here, finally explaining the titular conflict. What did you think?
The core pantheon of the DCU embrace change from Cyborg's sci-fi war within to Wonder Woman's mission to save Donna Troy.
The co-creator and writer of the "iZombie" television series told CBR that she wants to write the Wonder Woman film -- and is writing a Wonder Woman comic.
The teenage takes on characters from Wonder Woman to Poison Ivy will soon star in their own universe of products for girls 6 to 12.
Dark Knight and Man of Steel action figures and a Wonder Woman Barbie will be among Mattel's "Batman v Superman" lineup next week in San Diego.
Adam Beechen welcomes acclaimed artists Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez & Kevin Nowlan to DC's digital first "Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman" #40.
Meredith Finch spoke with CBR about Diana's new "warrior wear," whether Donna Troy can be saved, reimagining an '80s villain and the rise of Pegasus.
Week 3 of DC Comics' new initiative has arrived, and major events took place in "Justice League of America," "Wonder Woman," "Black Canary" and more!
Batman and Superman take a backseat in this pair of new promotional images for "Dawn of Justice."
Bruce Timm's New God-inspired take on the classic character arrives, with a quippier attitude, a bullet-deflecting sword and a new rogues gallery.
A pair of additional banners from "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice" build upon the logos of the film's titular heroes.
Caity Lotz teases the changes coming for Sara Lance upon her return; Chris Pratt calls Gamora's role "instrumental" and more.
Warner Bros.hopes to "supercharge the opportunity" given to them by having three prominent superheroes in one feature film.
The long-awaited "Darkseid War" begins in Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok's "Justice League" #41, on sale June 3 from DC Comics.
More art from George Miller's unproduced Justice League movie has surfaced, with Steve Skroce sharing storyboards for one of the film's fight sequences.
Update: A newly revealed concept sculpt reveals what the early design for Martian Manhunter looked like for "Justice League Mortal."
Warner Bros.' 2017 "Wonder Woman" film looks close to landing "Star Trek" star Chris Pine, as long-running supporting character Steve Trevor.
DC's latest Sneak Peek by Peter J. Tomasi and Paulo Siqueira hints at peril for Barry Allen and rocky roads ahead for Superman and Wonder Woman.
After requests for black-and-white versions of last week's 4-year-old suggested Wonder Woman Line, CSBG now has printable pages perfect for coloring!
"Truth" continues in August, and CBR has the exclusive first glimpse at DC Comics' "Action Comics" #43 and "Superman/Wonder Woman" #20.
Those worried about CBS' "Supergirl" shouldn't check out the time Supergirl and Wonder Woman gave up the hero game so cute boys would like them.
Every suggestion for this week's Line it is Drawn came from the fertile imagination of a single 4-year-old Wonder Woman fan!
Another piece of art from "Dawn of Justice" has surfaced, this time featuring a new look at the film's Wonder Woman design.
DC Co-Publisher Dan DiDio and Eisner Award-winning writer Greg Rucka discuss "Infinite Crisis," the emergence of DC weekly series and more.
Larry Hama and Joshua Middleton's "Convergence: Wonder Woman" #1 is "definitely one of the stronger 'Convergence' tie-ins to date."
Joseph Illidge compares the problems with Warner Bros.' upcoming "Wonder Woman" film to Marvel's successful "Agent Carter" TV series.
A side-by-side comparison exposes the true colors of Gal Gadot's super suit.
Can anyone be prepared for the avalanche of adorableness unleashed by these photos of babies in their very best superhero gear?