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Wednesday, 07 June 2017 17:51
It shouldn’t have taken this long. Wonder Woman, the first full-fledged female superhero, created in 1942 by Charles Moulton Marston (also the creator of the polygraph test, in case you didn’t know) and H.G. Peter and maybe one of the most recognized comic book icons in history should have gotten a live action, full-length, wide released film adaptation DECADES ago. But perhaps the world was not ready. Perhaps female-led superhero movie flops like Catwoman and Elektra held things back. But let’s be honest here. The fact that Barb Wire got a movie before Wonder Woman is just too embarrassing. Read more...
Published in Movie Reviews
Thursday, 10 November 2016 17:31
In 1986, DC Comics released a brand new number one issue for their premier Super Heroine: WONDER WOMAN! That is right -- November of 2016 is the 30th anniversary of the re-imagining of the Amazing Amazon . In Crisis On Infinite Earths # 12, Wonder Woman (thanks to being struck by the Anti Monitor's blast) DEVOLVED! The clock was reset on the character. Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Wednesday, 02 November 2016 17:18
Great Hera! It is Wonder Woman's 75th Anniversary! The Amazing Amazon first appeared in All-Star Comics #8, the December 1941 issue. The character was created by William Moulton Marston, as well as both Marston's wife Elizabeth Holloway Marston and artist H.G. Peter. Both of the latter were not credited. The Marstons co-inhabitant Olive Byrne is credited as being the pattern for Wonder Woman's physical appearance. Marston patterned the character after the feminists of the day. One such example is that of Feminist Margaret Sanger. With the exception of a brief time in 1986, Wonder Woman's adventures have been continuing unabated for the entirety of the past 75 years! Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Monday, 11 April 2016 16:45
I don’t even know where to begin with this review.  This is not the Wonder Woman so many people have grown to know and love.  I mean, it is and it isn’t. This book by Grant Morrison and Yanick Paquette is a different creature. This book takes Wonder Woman back to her roots, to her creator’s ideas of submission and dominance. This book may not be for everyone, but it is worth a read to see the brilliant mind of Morrison at work and the breathtaking art of Paquette. Read more...
Published in Comic Book Reviews
Friday, 20 November 2015 16:17
Quick! Name a female super hero! Who was the first character who came to mind? Hawkgirl? The Black Canary? Supergirl?? Well, maybe...or was the first thought that you came up with the Amazon Princess herself -- Wonder Woman? Wonder Woman celebrates a big anniversary this month! November 7th, 2015 marks the 40th anniversary of the first airing of the Wonder Woman TV Series starring Lynda Carter! Wonder Woman had been seen on the small screen before, of course. There was an effort while the Batman TV show was running for a Wonder Woman TV series. A four and a half minute screen test, "Wonder Woman: Who's Afraid Of Diana Prince?" starring Ellie Wood Walker as Diana Prince, with Maude Prickett as her mother, and Linda Harrison (who portrayed "Nova" alongside Charlton Heston in "The Planet Of The Apes") as Wonder Woman! Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Monday, 01 July 2013 08:29
fam 1Comics Need Moms Moms are probably the people who we get given in life who are the most like actual superheroes. For nine months, they take care of us and help us grow before anyone has even seen us. They go through physical changes for us. They eat for us. And that’s before they’ve even held us! Moms protect us, unconditionally. They make sure we have everything we want and need and never ask for anything in return. They teach us morals and kindness. And they do it all with their own secret identity – it’s not until we’re older that we realize they’re people too, just like us! Read more...
Published in Pop Culture
Friday, 11 May 2012 12:12
 Mothers Day Mother’s Day is, believe it or not, an actual holiday. It was declared a federal holiday, in the United Sates, in 1914.  Good thing I looked that up because I was going to go on a rant about how it must’ve been made up by some undeserving mothers who always think they deserve more credit then they deserve. Funny thing is, comic book moms are much like real life moms. Loving, caring and often times crazy.   Read more...
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