Warner Bros. Games and DC today announced a new third person, open-world action-adventure videogame featuring the beloved, iconic DC superhero, Wonder Woman.
Marking the 80th anniversary of Wonder Woman, DC, Warner Bros. Global Brands and Experiences and WarnerMedia today unveiled additional plans for a global celebration of the iconic Super Hero.
The 1950’s were the heyday of McCarthyism and like many other forms of entertainment, comic books came to be viewed as a threat. The industry’s reaction to the threat would kick off an entirely new era – the Silver Age of Comics.
The Golden Age of Comics spans the years between 1938 and 1956, during which time comic books were first published and became overwhelmingly popular with readers. Many of today’s most popular superheroes were created during the Golden Age.
Variety magazine confirmed this week that Warner Bros. has fast-tracked development of the next Wonder Woman installment. Gal Gadot will return as Wonder Woman and Patty Jenkins will be back to write and direct Wonder Woman 3.
The CW yesterday announced the first Latina superhero character in their latest DC series project, Wonder Girl. The new series will explore Yara Flor’s backstory just as the comic book version reveals her as the new Wonder Woman.
Funko usually rolls out Marvel heroes for holiday-themed Funko Pop waves but this year they’re shaking things up and rolling out a massive DC Comics line of characters. The new collection will include Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, the Flash, the Joker and more. There will also be a exclusive Batman and Penguin at…
So can you spot the difference? It seems the change was made to steer readers away from some of Maxwell’s more violent moments (think back to 2005 when Maxwell Lord killed Blue Beetle with a bullet to the head).
Tons of new geek gear this week including a cool BB-8 Keychain, Star Wars figures, and a Wonder Woman poster that distributors have already sold out.