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 […]
Alex Lu and Kyle Pinion review the first issue of Greg Rucka and Nicola Scott’s new origin tale for Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor
Another week, another round up!