The One:12 Collective Wonder Woman is combat-ready, outfitted in a Themysciran battle suit with removable neck and shoulder armor, worn only by the most elite Amazonian warriors. The fearless demigoddess wears a cape with an integrated posing wire that attaches via a clasp at the neck. Man-made weaponry doesn’t stand a chance – bullets ricochet right off her wrist bracelets with the included effects that attach via magnet. Wonder Woman is well-equipped to fight for justice, complete with the Sword of Athena, Lasso of Truth which can be held on her belt, a battle axe, a spear, and a shield. Wise as Athena, stronger than Hercules, beautiful as Aphrodite, and swifter than Hermes, Princess Diana of Themyscira has made it her duty to lead by example and fight for peace. Wonder Woman stands as a symbol of truth, justice, and equality to people everywhere. Continue reading Mezco Toyz Reveal: One:12 Collective “Wonder Woman” Action Figure→
Back in December, I pointed out that the DC Comics title “Wonder Woman” was reaching it’s 750th issue. That alert was to showcase a number of the variant covers that fans of the famous Amazon can purchase and if you didn’t see that notice just click HERE. Today is the day that this issue and the variant covers hit the racks so you’re going to want to peruse them to see which ones you want. Down below I’m sharing the standard edition cover and will repeat the finer points about said issue.
Prestige Format: An all-star 96-page celebration of the Amazon Princess by longtime favorites and acclaimed new voices! In the lead story, Wonder Woman’s epic “Year of the Villain” battle comes to a close, leading the way to new challenges ahead. Additionally, this oversized gem tells tales from Diana’s past, present and future by some of the greatest storytellers in the business- including Colleen Doran, Mariko Tamaki, the Teen Titans: Raven team of writer Kami Garcia and artist Gabriel Picolo, and legendary Wonder Woman creators returning to the character, including Gail Simone and Greg Rucka! Continue reading On Shelves: DC Comics “Wonder Woman” #750 (1/22/2020)→
Next month, DC Comics’ own “Wonder Woman” gets a special-edition 750th Issue and as you might have expected, a cornucopia of variant covers will be released in celebration. For this anniversary edition, DC Entertainment is once again employing the “Decades” variant covers practice with each version celebrating a different decade in the Amazons life. Below you’ll find the Standard Edition and some information about the issue that I took from Previews World and then its onto the stack of variants.
Prestige Format: An all-star 96-page celebration of the Amazon Princess by longtime favorites and acclaimed new voices! In the lead story, Wonder Woman’s epic “Year of the Villain” battle comes to a close, leading the way to new challenges ahead. Additionally, this oversized gem tells tales from Diana’s past, present and future by some of the greatest storytellers in the business- including Colleen Doran, Mariko Tamaki, the Teen Titans: Raven team of writer Kami Garcia and artist Gabriel Picolo, and legendary Wonder Woman creators returning to the character, including Gail Simone and Greg Rucka! Continue reading Presenting The “Wonder Woman” #750 Variant Covers→
We’ve been waiting quite a while for the trailer for the 2020 release “Wonder Woman 1984” which finds the Amazon superhero in you guessed it, the year 1984. The trailer just hit so let’s take a look.
The Premise: Diana Prince comes into conflict with the Soviet Union during the Cold War in the 1980s and finds a formidable foe by the name of the Cheetah. (c/o Warner Bros. Pictures)
Gal Gadot as Diana Prince/Wonder Woman
Chris Pine as Steve Trevor
Kristen Wiig as Barbara Ann Minerva/Cheetah
Pedro Pascal as Maxwell Lord
Connie Nielsen as Hippolyta
Robin Wright as Antiope
Natasha Rothwell in undisclosed role
Ravi Patel in undisclosed role
Gabriella Wilde in undisclosed role
Kristoffer Polaha in undisclosed role
Amr Waked in undisclosed role
PiercingMetal Thoughts: Maybe it’s just me and maybe I am being a little too critical but I think that I was expecting a little bit more considering how long we’ve been hearing about the sequel to the hit “Wonder Woman” film from 2017. We’ve also been bombarded with news from the Marvel Studios side of the fence that’s only gotten fandom more and more excited about what is to come yet from the DC side they aren’t going out of their way to get us all juiced and rallying behind what is on the plan. Part of me feels if they don’t care why should I but let’s see if another few spins on said trailer make me more interested. What about you folks? Did this move you? Hopefully they will use their heads and put together a kicking 80’s soundtrack for the film. Let’s see what happens.
We received this bit of news just before “Batman Day” which is tomorrow if you haven’t already heard the news. Check this out, and bring the Justice League home with you.
The Press Release:
New DC Collectibles 6-inch Action Figure Line Will Be Available Exclusively on DC Universe Subscription Service. Straight from the screen to your shelves, DC Collectibles is gearing up to release an all-new 6-inch action figure line based on the acclaimed Justice League animated series that aired from 2001-2004. The new figures will be available exclusively for DC Universe members and can be purchased starting Batman Day, September 15, timed to the launch of the DC Universe subscription service.
The new line is an expansion of DC Collectibles’ bestselling animated action figure collection which also includes figures based on popular DC animated shows “Batman: The Animated Series”, “The New Batman Adventures” and “Superman: The Animated Series”. On September 15, DC Universe members can watch the entire Justice League animated series and then head over to the “Shop” tab on the DC Universe app to purchase Batman, Wonder Woman, Superman and more of their favorite characters from the show in 3D form. Here is the official release schedule: Continue reading DC Collectibles Says “Bring Home The Justice League For Batman Day” 2018→