Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman #758

by Alan Rapp on July 15, 2020

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Wonder Woman #758 comic reviewWonder Woman #758 offers a battle of wills between Diana, Princess of the Amazons, and one of the DC Universe’s most mysterious mystical figures as Wonder Woman squares off against the Phantom Stranger in battle for the soul of Paula von Gunther.

The battle of wills between the demi-god and the the fallen angel forced to walk the Earth takes up most of the issue and Diana uses one of her oldest weapons to force the Stranger into a painful admission that appears to have immediate consequences for the mysterious figure in the fedora (making you wonder what may be next for the character).

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Wonder Woman 1984 Movie ARTFX Statue

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Justice League #45

by Alan Rapp on June 2, 2020

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Justice League #45 comic reviewJim Corrigan has been separated from the Spectre and locked himself away in Tartarus. DC’s untethered Spirit of Vengeance is less than happy about the new arrangement as his thirst for vengeance infects the members of the Justice League pitting them against each other by inflaming old arguments and grudges.

The out of control Spectre is really just an excuse to pit hero against hero for the issue as the heroes try to see through the vengeance poured into them, but struggle against the base nature the Spectre’s wrath is fueling. Finally gathering their wits, the team comes to realize what has happened and where they must go to fix the situation. However, the locales of Themyscira may have something to say about that.

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DC Super Hero Girls: Infinite Frenemies #2

by Alan Rapp on May 6, 2020

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DC Super Hero Girls: Infinite Frenemies #2 comic reviewMetropolis High School‘s dance may not be a typical teenage experience, but it turns out to be a pretty typical night for the DC Super Hero Girls when Livewire attacks, taking over the auditorium’s sound system, and forcing the kids to keep dancing.

There’s quite a bit of fun here leading up to Livewire’s appearance including Zatanna‘s obsession with creating the perfect evening, Supergirl‘s reluctance over attending, and Wonder Woman‘s forceful attempts to arrange dates for herself and her friends. Writer Amanda Deibert and Erich Owen even work in the reluctance of the shier students to hit the dance floor without little push.

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DC Armored Wonder Woman Bishoujo Statue

Wonder Woman fans can now pre-order this second-edition DC Armored Wonder Woman Bishoujo Statue for the low, low price of $90.

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