The upcoming Wonder Woman live-action movie will have to go a long way to outdo the origin story from the 2009 animated film. Warner Bros. is looking to take advantage of the upcoming movie and 75th anniversary festivities by reissuing this classic with some shiny new bonus features. [click to continue…]
Ahead of the New York City Toy Fair, Mattel has revealed their spectacular lineup of Wonder Woman toys to Entertainment Weekly. I’m sure that Barbie is bummed because her true dream job is occupied by Diana Prince. Check out more toys below. [click to continue…]
If you have roughly $2100 to spend on a collectible, this Half-Scale Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Wonder Woman Polystone Statue by Prime 1 Studio is definitely the kind of item that would make a great centerpiece for a collection.
Limited to 750 pieces, the statue stands approximately 40-inches tall and it features lifelike hair and translucent resin details that make it look like a mini Gal Gadot is just standing there waiting to kick somebody’s ass.
Definitely fits the demigoddess made from clay narrative. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Wonder Woman goes to war the new trailer for her standalone film. Watch the hell out of it and check out three new posters below. [click to continue…]
Comics artist Christopher Jones is giving away this highly amusing Wonder Woman print for free at his his table in Artists Alley, Booth D9 at NYCC. If this print made you laugh, then you’ll want to click here.
(via Bleeding Cool)
Soon you’ll be able to color some of Wonder Woman’s most recognizable covers and looks in the new DC Comics: Wonder Woman Coloring Book which features ready-to-color illustrations from some of the greatest artists in DC Comics history.
Looking at the pages below, I think the Justice League cover is going to be super fun to color. [click to continue…]
How do you turn a $17 Jakks Pacific Batman Vs Superman Big Figs Wonder Woman into an expensive collector’s item? You give it a makeover.
Artist Noel Cruz has done that and then some.
Gone are the plastic hair, dull colors and the face of some woman that I don’t recognize. In their place, Cruz has added a styled wig, metallic shine, and a repaint that captures Gadot perfectly. He’s even added her lasso.
There are a few pictures of this figure that I was only able to identify as a figure because of the seams in the plastic. That’s how good this is. Check out those pics below. [click to continue…]
If you weren’t thrilled with Wonder Woman’s muted color scheme in BvS, you’ll love this new poster for her upcoming film. The tagline isn’t bad either. Check out the full poster below. [click to continue…]
The first Mattel SDCC Exclusives were revealed by USA Today, but this Amazon Princess Wonder Woman Barbie is definitely the star of the show.
There are some significant costume upgrades here when you compare it to the BvS Wonder Woman Barbie that came out a while back. These upgrades include a royal blue, gold lamé lined hooded cape, a paneled skirt, and a metallic red bustier. She also has an updated hairstyle and a gold shield. [click to continue…]
While people may be pondering the fate of movies adapted from YA novels, YA novels themselves are still going strong and they’re about to get an influx of DC Comics heroes.
Four new novels have been announced. Best-selling author Leigh Bardugo (Shadow and Bone, Siege and Storm, and Ruin and Rising) will be penning a new Wonder Woman novel, which will be the first release in August 2017. Marie Lu (Legend and Young Elites trilogy) will follow WW with Batman. After that, Matt de la Peña (The Living, Ball Don’t Lie) will have Superman, and Sarah J. Maas (Throne of Glass) is filling out the first four with Catwoman.
Having read Marvel’s Black Widow: Forever Red by Margaret Stohl (and loved it), I’m hoping DC decides to follow suit and set the books after each of the character’s origin stories.
Seriously, no more origin stories.
Top image by Stephen Byrne.