After years of creating art for DC Comics series like Secret Six and Earth Two, Nicola Scott launched Black Magick with Greg Rucka to immediate acclaim for her transition from drawing clean superheroics to painting a gritty world of crime and witchcraft. Since I spoke with Nicola last she briefly returned to DC to create […]
The final issue of the current Wonder Woman run is upon us, Kyle takes a look at how things shake out.
When Greg Rucka returned to Wonder Woman alongside lead artists Liam Sharp, Bilquis Evely, and Nicola Scott, they had one goal in mind: to tell us who Diana Prince really is. Over the years, Wonder Woman has been many things– a warrior, a diplomat, a member of the Justice League, a lover, a champion of the […]
In a post on his Tumblr, writer Greg Rucka announced he would be leaving Wonder Woman with issue #25 since the bimonthly pace had become too taxing for him. In a separate but subsequent FB post, artist Liam Sharp announced he too would be leaving the book, but ” not straying too far.” He also too kthe […]
Kyle takes a look at the latest issues of Wonder Woman and Future Quest, just how do they stack up?
PW’s annual Spring Announcements came out and give a peek at what may be the most talked about GNs of 2017.
Alex Lu and Kyle Pinion review this week’s latest DC titles including All-Star Batman #4 and Wonder Woman #10!
Alex Lu and Kyle Pinion review Wonder Woman’s special one-shot!
Evely will take over on even-numbered issues of the title starting with #16
As reported at Bleeding Cool, Frank Cho has stepped down as variant cover artist on Wonder Woman only 6 issues in to a 24 issue run. The reason? WW writer Greg Rucka didn’t want Cho drawing sexy times covers: All the problem lies with Greg Rucka. EVERYONE loves my Wonder Woman covers and wants me […]