on October 5, 2015 | |
Assuming you all aren't too busy studying your statue of Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice for potential plot clues, it's time for our weekly round-up of the Amazon
princessqueen's latest appearances in DC comics.
Surprisingly, last week's theme was radioactivity. First, we had the culmination of Celsia 451 in Wonder Woman '77, which gave us the eponymous villainess's nuclear-fuelled origin. Meanwhile, over in the continuation of the Darkseid War in Justice League #44, Superman took some bad radiation and went all bad. Lastly, somewhere over the gods's new home on Paradise Island in Injustice: Gods Among Us, the missiles are flying. Hallelujah, Hallelujah.
Continue reading "Weekly Wonder Woman: Wonder Woman '77 #12, Justice League #44, Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year 4 #21"
on September 28, 2015 | |
Do immortal gods plan for their own deaths? It's an interesting philosophical concept, one that oddly enough last week's Deathstroke decided to investigate.
Meanwhile, the punchy, kicky Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year Four naturally decided to ask that eternal question: "If you were a god and could destroy any other religions, which ones would you go for?"
Wonder Woman '77? It just wanted to bring back some old comics characters, from just like in the good old days.
I'll be talking about all of these after the jump, in Weekly Wonder Wonder. That's next on TMINE.
Continue reading "Weekly Wonder Woman: Deathstroke #10, Wonder Woman '77 #11, Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year 4 #21"
on September 21, 2015 | |
You guessed it. Last week was Wonder Woman week. After the usual drip, drip of Wonder Woman ’77 and Injustice: Gods Among Us throughout the rest of the month, Wonder Woman week gives us the major fix of Wonder Woman and Superman/Wonder Woman on top of that, too.
But we had a new arrival last week, too: DC Bombshells, a World War 2-set adventure that sees Elseworld versions of all DC’s major superheroines (and some supervillainesses) ganging up to fight the Nazis. And only the Nazis.
I’ll explain after the jump.
Continue reading "Weekly Wonder Woman: DC Bombshells #9, Superman-Wonder Woman #21, Wonder Woman #44, Wonder Woman '77 #10, Injustice: Gods Among Us Year 4 #20"