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"Wonder Woman" artist Cliff Chiang stopped by the CBR Tiki Room at WonderCon to discuss the critically acclaimed take on the Amazon.
Wonder Woman will star in DC Comics' next digital-first anthology series, starting with a story by Gail Simone and Ethan Van Sciver.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Warner Bros. confirmed a "Justice League" film will follow the "Man of Steel" sequel, featuring Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot.
DC Comics opened up C2E2 with a guided tour of the New 52 featuring Scott Snyder, Brian Azzarello, Charles Soule and more as they tease the arcs of DC's three weekly series and a brand-new Steel.
Robert Venditti, Francis Manapul, Cliff Chiang & Bernard Chang gathered at WonderCon 2014 to discuss the biggest upcoming developments to the publisher's New 52 line.
The filmmaker explains how the Dark Knight’s planned cameo grew into a larger role, and talks about the costume tests for Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman.
Diana takes command of a deadly army in DC Comics' "Wonder Woman" #30 by Brian Azzarello and guest artist Goran Sudzuka, on sale April 16.
As "Superman: Doomed" approaches, witness how DC Comics' resident power couple survived a nuclear blast in "Superman/Wonder Woman" #7.
Charles Soule discusses his DC Comics slate, and how his current busy comic book writing schedule is "literally a dream come true."
Phil Jimenez concludes his talk with Joseph Illidge, touching on his dual roles, minority status and how comics have helped him grow as a person.
Joseph Illidge sits down for part one of a lengthy interview with writer/artist Phil Jimenez about Wonder Woman, sexual politics and comic book race relations.
Wonder Woman voice actor Susan Eisenberg discusses returning for DC Universe Online DLC "Amazon Fury" and voicing the character in so many incarnations.
The Ides of March mean CSBG shares its annual tweaks & changes they'd make to the comic book universe (like a Wonder Woman '77 comic...) and asks you to share yours!
Hot Toys shows off their new Black Widow sculpt while Kotobukiya goes behind the scenes with their new Wonder Woman statue.
Revisiting the question from an earlier column, writer Brett White dug up some more numbers to see if Storm is still Marvel's Wonder Woman.
Allison Baker explains why the fact that her daughter has no real interest in Wonder Woman is a problem which needs to be addressed.
DC Collectibles, Diamond Select Toys and Hasbro offer major advance looks at their New York Toy Fair 2014 reveals.
DC Comics' latest variant theme is "Batman '66," with Mike Allred illustrating 19 May-shipping covers in the style of the beloved '60s TV show.
Wonder Woman singlehandedly destroys Darkseid's parademon troops in a new clip from "Justice League: War!"
A pair of "Deadly Class" covers, "The Unwritten: Apocalypse," "Wonder Woman" and the retro "Batman '66" are our latest CotW candidates!
A new report says Gal Gadot has a three-picture deal with Warner Bros., including a "Justice League" movie and a solo "Wonder Woman" film.
January has been filled with enough big comic book news to last a whole year, leaving writer Brett White no choice but to examine them all at once.
The first four issues of "Batman Eternal" and the debut of "Justice League United" headline DC Comics' April 2014 releases.
Viewers will have to wait longer for the big-screen team-up of Superman and Batman, with the release date moved from July 2015 to May 2016.
It's Wonder Woman vs. a Parademon horde in a new clip from the soon-to-be-released animated feature "Justice League: War."
"Amazon," first announced in 2012, was confirmed to be officially dead by The CW at the Television Critics Association press tour.
New rumors suggest Wonder Woman's role in Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel" sequel will be similar to that of Black Widow in "Iron Man 2."
Every year, some characters stand above the rest. CBR picks 14 characters we expect big things from in comics, television and movies in 2014.
CBR plays "What if...?" across the years with the women who could have brought Wonder Woman to television and the big screen.
Gal Gadot responds directly to criticism that she's not fit enough to play the iconic superheroine in director Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel" sequel.
The star of the iconic "Wonder Woman" television series weighs in on Gal Gadot's casting in the upcoming "Man of Steel" sequel.
Though "devastated" when NBC passed on the pilot, Adrianne Palicki calls her time as Wonder Woman "maybe one of the coolest things ever."
CSBG's Kelly Thompson explains her problems with the announcement that Wonder Woman will be making her screen debut in the upcoming "Batman/Superman" film.
Amy Adams says she'd like Lois Lane and Wonder Woman to be "teammates instead of adversaries" in the untitled 2015 "Man of Steel" sequel.
What do you think of the casting of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman / Diana Prince in Warner Bros.' upcoming "Man of Steel" sequel?
The film commonly referred to as "Batman vs. Superman" has added Wonder Woman, to be played by "Fast & Furious" actress Gal Gadot.
This week, we praise a nun with guns, a bearded Hulk, simian superheroes, a giant Strife and a smelly knight!
"It would definitely be a cool job," "Thor's" Jaime Alexander said on "The Tonight Show," referencing rumors that she’s in line to play DC Comics' icon.
Doomsday and Diana's family are two of the challenges Charles Soule and Tony S. Daniel set on our heroes in "Superman/Wonder Woman" #2.