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When did DC's superhero trinity first meet each other? Find the answer to that question along with a bunch of other notable comic book firsts!
Wonder Woman helps a friend by masquerading as a pop star's trainer in DC's digital first "Sensation Comics" #29 by Sara Ryan & Christian Duce.
If you think the new Superman, Wonder Woman and Batman designs will take some getting used to, wait until you see these other kooky looks.
With new looks revealed for two of DC's most iconic characters, CBR wants to hear your thoughts on the redesigns.
As its post-Convergence solicitations for June roll out, DC Comics has unveiled new looks for two of its most iconic characters.
Watch Superman, Wonder Woman, Neo, Spider-Man, Hermione Granger and more clash in a no-holds, and no-powers, barred soccer match
Revisiting the question for a third time, Brett White reflects on a blockbuster year for the women of Marvel.
Set in the wake of Batman and Wonder Woman's strangest makeovers, writer Larry Hama's "Convergence" series explores what makes DC's heroes iconic.
Why cruise around wearing any old helmet, when you can look like Iron Man, Spawn, Wonder Woman or Deadpool?
DC Comics' iconic trinity assembles to unearth Paradise Island's darkest secrets in the pages of Meredith & David Finch's "Wonder Woman" #39.
CSBG has Comic Book Legend Paul Smith's unused designs of Wonder Woman, after leaving the project due to disputes over her cleavage and pants
Reveling in her action star status, Palicki talks about going toe-to-toe with Keanu, Bobbi Morse's "little secret," and that Wonder Woman costume's major drawback.
Did veteran artist Paul Smith really walk off Jeph Loeb's "Love and War" story at DC Comics because he didn't like the cut of Wonder Woman's pants?
Learn which comic book superstar designed Indiana Jones' look! Did the Punisher really once kill someone for jaywalking? Plus, Wonder Woman's pants!
Wonder Woman fan Sophia Sandoval celebrated her final chemo treatment by dressing up as one of her favorite superheroes.
This week, the heritage of "Wonder Woman" actress Lynda Carter is the starting point for a different look at the iconic DC Comics hero.
The married creators discuss bringing fan-favorite DC Comics character Donna Troy back to comics with one major change: she's now a villain.
The pop culture commenter talks about his first book, which takes a close look at the William Marston and Harry Peter "Wonder Woman" comics.
Josie Campbell explains how "Agent Carter" is calling the comics community out by addressing the industry's deliberate erasure of women in the Golden Age.
A video has been released showcasing the upcoming DC Comics Cover Girl: Wonder Woman statue.
One of LEGO's DC Comics-based sets for the New Year includes a fan favorite vehicle: Wonder Woman's iconic invisible jet.
Shannon Farnon was the first actress to regularly bring Wonder Woman to life in "Super Friends," and she's excited to finally meet fans face to face.
Writer Peter Tomasi dishes on the relationship between Clark and Diana in "Superman/Wonder Woman" and reveals who Wonderstar is not!
In the second issue of their "Wonder Woman" run, the creative team of Meredith and David Finch have introduced a pre-New 52 character to their storyline.
In addition to the launch of "Convergence," 13 ongoing DC Comics series will come to a close in March 2015.
Jason Fuchs, writer of the upcoming film "Pan," is reportedly in negotiations to write the "Wonder Woman" screenplay.
With David Finch debuting as the new "Wonder Woman" artist this week, who is your pick for the greatest Wonder Woman artist of all-time?
Meredith & David Finch's debut issue of "Wonder Woman" falls short in an uneven and underwhelming start to the creative team's run.
DC's February releases bring the introduction of new characters, possible romance between Bigby Wolf and Rose Red and much more!
A major DC Comics character make his New 52 debut, Harley Quinn gets a Valentine's special and more in DC Comics' February 2015 solicitations!
DC has released a first look at "Wonder Woman" #36, the debut of new creative team David and Meredith Finch. The issue hits stores Nov. 19.
Hotels in Comic-Con room blocks asked to freeze rates! Pioneering retailer Ed Summer passes away. Jill Lepore on "The Secret History of Wonder Woman"!
The unity between Superman and Wonder Woman will be tested as the new creative team of Peter J. Tomasi & Doug Mahnke take over the DC Comics series.
Revealing she’s been told WB approached another female director, "Punisher: War Zone‘s" Lexi Alexander explains why she wouldn’t want the job.
While fandom is in a tizzy over Marvel's "Captain Marvel" movie, fans are oddly quiet regarding Warner Bros. "Wonder Woman" -- but will it succeed?
Acclaimed historian Jill Lepore finds new ways to look at William Moulton Marston and what his creation says about politics, women's history and the present day.
Scott Snyder says "Eternal" will return after a break, while discussing possible Amazon plans, a year-long break from comics and more.
Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang discuss highlights from their run, including the boldness of Orion, the ferocity of First Born and the Azz-inspired Ares.
Disney and Stan Lee Media argue before 10th Circuit! "Naruto" finale to include full-color chapter! Interviews with Jeff Lemire and Brian Azzarello! Plus more!
CBR has the first look at colored pages from David Finch's "Wonder Woman" debut, plus a peek inside the first issue from the new "Supergirl" team.