It’s comic book day! A couple good ones made the list this week.

In Action Comics #983 – A blind Superman gets help from all the other S-Shield wearing good guys. Their opponents – Zod and S-Shield wearing bad guys. And Metallo and Blanque.
Darth Vader #3 – Vader still has not completely adjusted to his new armor/cybernetics. He gets his ass handed to him by a Jedi, but this is not the end by a long shot!
Edge of Venomverse #2 – GwenPool or in this case, VenGwen or GwenVen or VenomPoolGwen…whatever, she gets introduced into the mix.
Justice League of America #10 – Curse of the Kingbutcher part 1. The Kingbutcher is destroying wishes. Yes I said that correctly. And the Justice League is stepping in to stop him. The Ray has a particular interest in this storyline.
Spider-Men II #1 – Who is the OTHER Miles Morales. Yes, there is another Miles Morales that exists in the Marvel universe. Who is he?
The Flash #26 – Barry Allen agrees to go into the Negative Speed force to save Iris from Reverse Flash. That is not going to end well at all!
Wonder Woman #26 – Diana attends a wedding for some down time. But she’s Wonder Woman. She can’t have down time. Something explosive happens at the end of this issue.
Venom #152- Eddie Brock/Venom vs. a lot of Dinosaur Men. Hell’s yeah!
Titans #13 – Who is the traitor on the Titans? Omen starts to suspect everyone. But is there more to this?

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I loved the season finale of Supergirl. It had it’s ups and downs. I won’t spoil the ending in case anyone has not seen it yet. But if you did happen to watch the show and watch the commercials, there was a great promo for Wonder Woman. It even features Linda Carter and it just totally made me smile! The clip is below.

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Early reviews seem to be saying that the upcoming Wonder Woman movie coming out on June 2 is great. That makes me so happy! Although I rarely listen to early critics anyway, it still is nice to hear good things about it. So I’m excited to see it. The DC cinematic universe has not had the best record, not worst, but definitely not the best in comparison to other franchises.
 

Anyways, I know there are a lot of other Wonder Woman fans out there and many of them like to costume up as Amazon Princess. Here’s a few of them that I’ve found here and there.
 

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It seems odd that Wonder Woman comes out in a month and I have barely seen any advertisement for her up coming movie. This should be such a huge event. Princess Diana is THE most famous female comic book superhero of all time. She should be having TV spots everywhere. I have seen 2 tv spots and a couple trailers. Why is Warner Bros not promoting the FUCK out of her like they did with all of the past DC superhero movies? I couldn’t go two minutes without seeing an advertisement for Suicide Squad. But Wonder Woman has barely been mentioned. Maybe after Guardians of the Galaxy comes out? Any one have any ideas? I really hope it is not something sinister on the side.

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I love this and I can’t wait to see this! This looks pretty badass. Although honestly I was convinced about Wonder Woman’s first movie – Batman v. Superman. I mean that was just an introductory movie for Wonder Woman in my opinion anyway. What do you think of the trailer?

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Oh yeah, if you’re a Wonder Woman fan or a doll collector (technically they are not being advertised as Barbie dolls) fan or both, you’re in luck. Entertainment Weekly has their first glimpse of the new Wonder Woman dolls coming out for all you toy fans out there. These pics are from Toy Fair in New York City and is based on the June 2 release of the live action Wonder Woman movie. I am by far no where near as versed in Barbie-lore as I am in the action figure realm, but I do have several Barbies and other Barbie-like dolls myself. I even have a Wonder Woman doll that was produced for the Batman v. Superman movie that came out. These look pretty darn good from what I can see. I especially love the blonde Hippolyta and Steve Trevor. What do you think?

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I’m sure we have all seen the Spider-Man Homecoming trailer, but it should be noted that Tom Holland is a cutie! Plus, holy hell he’s got a great body. He has officially received the Marvel Treatment and has a 8-pack abs. I love it. I can’t wait to see this!

Speaking of trailers, are any of you a fan of Planet of the Apes? I loved both of the previous movies released in this series. The new movie called War for the Planet of the Apes looks to also be great. I am loving the prequel story to how the Apes became dominant. We know the outcome inevitably, but the journey that is being presented is what I’m excited about seeing.

Also, have you seen the fan made Wonder Woman vs. Wolverine fan film made by Bat in the Sun Productions? It has received some criticism from fans of both characters as well as writers from the series, but I did thoroughly enjoy it myself. This is just one of many interpretations of the characters and I love the costume designs, the actors being used and the effects were pretty darn good. I have met the guy that plays Wolverine on several occasions and he’s a great guy that really works hard on the characterization of his superhero attire. The fight itself starts approximately at the 4:12 minute mark in the video below.

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The Wonder Woman movie will be taking a page out the Captain America movie and take place in the past. This is something that I am quite ok with! I much rather have a well established back history with Princess Diana rather than to throw her in the middle of a story with no origin set in place. This looks great and I cannot wait to see it! Anyone else excited?

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Today, October 21, 2016, is Wonder Woman Day. Besides this year being the 75th Anniversary of Wonder Woman being introduced, both Linda Carter and Gal Gadot, former and present Wonder Women, are present at the United Nations to witness Wonder Woman becoming an Honorary Ambassador for the Empowerment of Women and Girls. Both actresses visited the United Nations in support of Sustainable Development Goal 5, which is to achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls everywhere. Check out the official U.N. page at: UN.Org/SustainableDevelopment/WonderWoman

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Wonder Woman has inspired people everywhere to overcome so many obstacles in life. Women in general face oppression and continually must fight to be seen as equals in all facets of media, including comic books. Wonder Woman is by far the most famous comic book female superhero of all time and is arguably one of the strongest characters ever created, both in power levels and personality. It is fitting that her character be honored on her 75th Anniversary at the United Nations. Recently DC writer Greg Rucka has confirmed that the women of Paradise Island, and Wonder Woman herself, is bisexual. This was very common knowledge among any reader who had even a small inkling of background on the fictitious island of all women living together for centuries. But it was nice to finally hear it out loud.

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Princess Diana has shifted from time to time in her beliefs and her defined background has been altered depending on the writer and current developments within the DC Comic Book Universe. But one thing for me that is always true – She is a symbol of hope, power and equality.


DC Comics has made an official animated movie similar to the way Batman and Superman were honored on their 75th Anniversaries as well. The video below is quite awesome and definitely shows the ups and downs of the Amazon Princess throughout her superhero career. Check out it out when you get a chance.