Last week being what it was in terms of my workload, particularly thanks to Netflix's Marvel's Luke Cage, I didn't have time to do Weekly Wonder Woman last week, not even on Wonder Woman Wednesday. But WWW is back this week, albeit on another day dedicated to a god of war (Týr Tuesday, anyone?).
In terms of comics, not much got added to the pile last week - just issue #6 of Justice League (Rebirth), which started off a new storyline in which all the various superheroes and superheroines start off a bit frightened because they're fighting fear:
Top art, as you can see…
Anyway, it's mostly all about the two Green Lanterns, particularly Lady Lantern (NB not her real name) who asks the Flash out on a date. Except things don't quite go as planned as maybe some of the fear they were fighting got stuck inside everyone…
Not much Diana in the issue, since she and Aquaman go off to have a chat about halfway through and aren't seen again.
Ironically, in the real world, a lot more has been going on with our Wondy. Filming on Justice League has just finished in the UK and director Zack Snyder posted this behind-the-scenes video on the last day. You may recognised a certain superheroine.
Meanwhile, production began last week on Professor Marston & The Wonder Women, a biopic about Wonder Woman creator William Moulton Marston directed by Angela Robinson and starring Luke Evans as Marston, Rebecca Hall as his wife and Wondy co-creator Elizabeth, and Bella Heathcote as their muse/lover Olive Byrne.
On an obviously completely unrelated subject, current Wonder Woman writer Greg Rucka caused a bit of a stir not so long ago by declaring that Diana has always been bisexual, something that pleased current Batwoman author Marguerite Bennett no end, even though it's not exactly new to anyone who's been paying attention for the past few decades…
There's also going to be a set of Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor statues based on next year's movie:
Hot on the heels of the news that there's going to be a Bionic Woman/Wonder Woman crossover comic in December, we also heard that there's going to be a Batman/Wonder Woman comic crossover launching digitally on November 23rd.
But I've saved the best for last. There's going to be a Snickers tie-in with Justice League. How psyched are you for that?
When you've finished digesting that news, after the jump is what we should have been looking at around this time last week: Wonder Woman (Rebirth) #3, #5 and #7. And although she didn't figure in the most recent issues, we can use the time to play catch-up with Action Comics #960-962, which featured a certain Amazon princess/queen (exact current Rebirth status currently undetermined).