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Wonder Woman: Earth One Vol.1 – Review

From her conception, Wonder Woman has been subversive for more than just being the first female Superhero. When William Moulton Marston made her in 1941, he did so with the idea that she would be a hero “who would triumph not with fists or firepower, but with love;” and imbued her with his radically progressive ideas. 868 more words

Review

Classic Wonder Woman: Wonder Woman (Vol 3) #13

The ornate chambers of the Amazon archives are vast, stretching as far as any mortal’s eyes can see. We make our way deeper into the legendary library, stopping occasionally to survey the various parchments and tomes, the millenia long annals of Amazon deeds and feats are contained in this sacred place, and conveyed to you through  198 more words

Comics

Legendary Amazons: Caught On Camera...

Wonder Woman’s solo cinematic debut is still well over a year away from theatrical release, but we can console ourselves with these recent set pictures of Gal Gadot’s Princess Diana and her sister Amazons on the Paradise Island of Themyscira. 358 more words

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The Women of Themyscira!


Picture Source: Entertainment Weekly

Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman/Diana Prince (center left)

Connie Nielsen as Queen Hippolyta (Diana’s mother, center right)

Robin Wright as General Antiope (far right) 149 more words

DC Comics

REVIEW: MANGA SHAKESPEARE, A MIDSUMMER'S NIGHTS DREAM- illustrated by Kate Brown

Shakespeare’s enduring characters are set adrift in present-day Athens, but a present with a massive difference – an alternative history. Rigid class systems and `god given’ monarchies of the past have not been lost. 413 more words

'Wonder Woman' Has Officially Cast Connie Nielsen As The Titular Heroine's Mother

We finally know who’s going to be playing the titular heroine’s mother in the Wonder Woman film. For months now, rumors have been swirling about who might play Queen Hippolyta, the mother and creator (depending on which origin story you prefer) of Wonder Woman, and ruler of the Amazons. 174 more words

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