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In honor of Bonnie and Lola and THE GIRL WHO WOULD BE KING we continue our 30 Days of Superheroines!

In honor of July 4th for you Americans (of which I am one) I’ve chosen the totally appropriate (but actually NOT appropriate since she’s not an American…WONDER WOMAN!

Obviously there is a nearly infinite amount of great Wonder Woman art out there…so I had to limit myself. Here are some of my favorites…

By Rebel Penguin

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By Tom Bancroft (“Mary Blair Style”)

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So yeah. I wrote this thing about the latest Wonder Woman controversy for She Has No Head! this week. I hope you’ll all go read it, because I feel strongly about it and it’s liable to stir up yet another shit storm and I’m sure I’m going to need all the support I can get. Comments, welcome, and much needed! Thanks guys.

For those of you expecting 3 Chicks today, we’ll be back in April with two new episodes and two AMAZING guest stars. Stay tuned!

Diana is tired. Me too.

A new She Has No Head! is up…a list of 25 Great Superherione Moments.  Inspired by Sue’s new Tumblr – THIS! – I compiled some of my favorite goose bump inducing moments for women in superhero comics. Enjoy!

You know what definitely made the list?  THIS!

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Hey kids, I wrote an essay about Wonder Woman for the Kick Ass Contest going on over on DC Women Kicking Ass.

Head on over and don’t forget to vote (today your vote is for Cass or don’t bother coming back!!!)


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A new 3 Chicks Review Comics is up on Comics Should Be Good. Though Maddy is absent this episode we have a very special guest star – from one of the absolute best books of the new DCU stopping by to chat, so check it out!

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Any surprise that panel of the week is from Cliff Chiang’s Wonder Woman #1?  No, no there is not!

Look at this page!!!

Gods sometimes comics are so awesome:

A few gems from this week…

Cliff Chiang’s Wonder Woman #1

And how about this cover, which was an early version by Cliff Chiang that wasn’t used, I like EVEN BETTER.  I mean…Wonder Woman with an awesome battle ax?!  YES.

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This is a great illustration for Legion of Super-Heroes #1, and a great example of how to do “floating figures” well…by integrating them into the design so that they’re not actually floating.

Marcos Martin continues to absolutely kill these Daredevil covers.

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You all saw my 5-Star review of Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang’s Wonder Woman #1 right?

If not, go check it out now!

I also did reviews for Nightwing #1 and Legion of Super-Heroes #1 this week.

As always, like and retweets are much appreciated and you can read all of my CBR reviews thus far here.


“Finally, we come to the end of this unsatisfying “Odyssey” arc for “Wonder Woman.” It’s hard not to breathe a sigh of relief and look with hope toward Cliff Chiang and Brian Azzarello’s take on Diana next month.

This issue of “Wonder Woman” feels like it was tacked on to get the “Odyssey” arc to match up with the September re-launch and, as a result, it reads like an anti-climactic re-hash of issue #613, with some saccharine pages at the end. Diana, having “reabsorbed” the rest of herself (don’t ask) in “Wonder Woman” #613, now fights Nemesis and defeats her. But since Diana kills Nemesis with Nemesis’ own sword, the sword binds to Diana and tries to make her the “new” Nemesis…”

Read the rest of my CBR Review of Wonder Woman #614 here.

As always likes and retweets are appreciated and you can read all of my CBR Reviews thus far here.

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““Wonder Woman And The Furies” #1 is a book I did not expect to like given some of the promotional material and my dislike of seeing the Amazons presented as crazy man-hating warriors thirsty for blood. However, against all odds Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning turn in a fairly interesting story that sets a reasonable stage for the war fans know is coming crashing through “Flashpoint” this summer…”

Read the rest of my review on CBR here.

As always, likes and tweets appreciated, and you can read all my CBR reviews thus far here.

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