Time Is Broken

Time Is Broken

WONDER WEDNESDAY

On Wednesdays I look at various chapters in Wonder Woman’s history. Click 

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Rock with You

Rock with You

WONDER WEDNESDAY

On Wednesdays I look at various chapters in Wonder Woman’s history. Click 

here for previous installments. Read more

Enter and Exit the Samurai

Enter and Exit the Samurai

WONDER WEDNESDAY

On Wednesdays I look at various chapters in Wonder Woman’s history. Click here for previous installments.

Having looked at some actual 1940s comics in the last Wonder Wednesday, now we return to that weird period in the 1970s when the Wonder Woman comic was suddenly set during World War II again, to match the first season of the Wonder Woman TV show.

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Meet the B-Sides

Meet the B-Sides

WONDER WEDNESDAY

On Wednesdays I look at various chapters in Wonder Woman’s history. Click here for previous installments.

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Great Hera!

Great Hera!

WONDER WEDNESDAY

On Wednesdays I look at various chapters in Wonder Woman’s history. Click here for previous installments.

Having looked at the first half of Brian Azzarello’s

Wonder Woman vol. 5: Flesh last week, now we’re back with the rest of the book. Cliff Chiang’s back on art duties for this batch, which is always nice. Read more

The Gods Are Dicks

The Gods Are Dicks

WONDER WEDNESDAY

On Wednesdays I look at various chapters in Wonder Woman’s history. Click 

here for previous installments. Read more

You Take the Good, You Take the Bad

You Take the Good, You Take the Bad

WONDER WEDNESDAY

On Wednesdays I look at various chapters in Wonder Woman’s history. Click here for previous installments.

A couple of weeks ago, two important Wonder Woman comics came out. One was the first issue of Wonder Woman by its much-dreaded new creative team of beefcake/cheesecake artist David Finch and his wife, untested writer Meredith Finch. And to judge the book by the cover, things didn’t look too promising. Oh, the baby-doll face! Oh, the awkward T&A pose!

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Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Techno-Organic Witch Bikini

Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Techno-Organic Witch Bikini

WONDER WEDNESDAY

On Wednesdays I look at various chapters in Wonder Woman’s history. Click here for previous installments.

I’ve complained in the past about how DC Comics has never given Wonder Woman a headlining role in an intercompany crossover. Catwoman, Batgirl, sure, but never Wonder Woman. And now that DC and Dynamite Comics are collaborating on Batman ’66 Meets the Green Hornet and Django/Zorro, I’ve asked when the heck they’re going to do a Wonder Woman/Red Sonja crossover. Heck, Gail Simone has done great work writing both of them—get her on that project!

Well, I recently ran across a cheap copy of a crossover that of course didn’t give Wondy title billing, because apparently DC isn’t interested in that, but at least featured her pretty prominently on the cover, and that’s 2000’s JLA/Witchblade, by writer Len Kaminski and artist Mark Pajarillo, who’d drawn several issues of JLA at around this time.

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Aw Yeah, Titans!

Aw Yeah, Titans!

WONDER WEDNESDAY

On Wednesdays I look at various chapters in Wonder Woman’s history. Click 

here for previous installments. Read more

Wonder Where It All Began

Wonder Where It All Began

WONDER WEDNESDAY

On Wednesdays I look at various chapters in Wonder Woman’s history. Click 

here for previous installments. Read more