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Tag: wonder woman
#LassoTheTruth – why “Professor Marston and the Wonder Women” misses the mark
Greetings, all. Sorry for the silence, but this might go some way towards explaining why: I’ve got an article up… Read more #LassoTheTruth – why “Professor Marston and the Wonder Women” misses the mark
“Heart of the Amazon” is a sweet, refreshing change of pace
This last arc of Wonder Woman was just five issues long, but it inspired a whole bunch o’ feelings! Among them… Read more “Heart of the Amazon” is a sweet, refreshing change of pace
How to Comic Con like a pro
I asked fans and comic book creators on Twitter to weigh in with their best tips for your first trip to a comic con – and boy, they delivered!
Comics journey #9: Wonder Woman – A Celebration of 75 Years
This bumper collection helps new fans get in touch with Wonder Woman’s long history – triumphs, warts and all.
Comics journey #8: Wonder Woman Rebirth – “The Truth” and “Godwatch”
Back to our regularly-scheduled Wonder Woman this week with the final two volumes of Greg Rucka’s DC Rebirth run. It’s… Read more Comics journey #8: Wonder Woman Rebirth – “The Truth” and “Godwatch”
Comics journey #5: Wonder Woman Rebirth – “The Lies” and “Year One”
Greg Rucka returns to Wonder Woman and manages to change my mind about Steve Trevor. Plus, a rant about reboots!
Comics journey #4: DC Bombshells, Year One
A newbie reviews DC Bombshells: a fun intro to new heroines with lots to love, but Wonder Woman is not its strong point.
Comics journey #3: Wonder Woman by Greg Rucka, Vol. 1
Greg Rucka’s 2002 run on Wonder Woman is a great jumping-in point for new fans, but its attitudes to women are a little old-fashioned.
Comics journey #2: Gail Simone’s Wonder Woman!
Gail Simone’s 2008 take on Wonder Woman is nicely self-contained and hits a great balance between fun and darkness, giving new fans a perfect entry point to the comics.