June is set to be a “wonderful” month. The Wonder Woman movie is finally here, and you may be wondering to yourself, “Are there any Wonder Woman comics out there that I can read?” You are in luck! DC has a bunch of great graphic novels hitting comic book shops this month and they all have one thing in common: Wonder Woman!
Alright, I have a confession to make.
I’m ashamed to admit this, but...I don’t really know all that much about Wonder Woman.
I know, I know, totally embarrassing, and this week of all weeks. But as lame as saying that out loud makes me feel, I have to be honest—outside of meeting Diana in crossover events and team books, I haven’t really had all that much contact with her.
If you were a child in the 1990s, like myself, then so much of what informed our shared experience of the DC Universe came from the animated cartoons. For me, personally, this led to my ever-lasting affection for the character of Robin (the Tim Drake version, specifically), and when Justice League debuted I was given my first real and meaningful incarnation of Princess Diana of Themyscira a.k.a. Wonder Woman.
Super Hero High is a place for young heroes to learn all the usual subjects and life lessons one studies in high school and also how to use their super powers and skills for the good of humanity. While they balance attending class and striving for top marks with doing whatever's necessary to protect the citizens of nearby Metropolis, they also participate in the usual school activities—you know, sports, clubs and Intergalactic Games. The latter competition is the subject of the all-new animated movie, DC Super Hero Girls: Intergalactic Games.
On the Carpet at the Wonder Woman Premiere
DC hosted the ultimate gathering of celebrated comic book artists and writers prior to tonight's premiere of Wonder Woman. Honoring the 75-year legacy of one of the most iconic DC Super Heroes of all time are (left to right) Jim Lee, Marguerite Bennett, Trina Robbins, Dan DiDio, Shea Fontana, Greg Potter, Steve Leialoha, Nicola Scott, Len Wein, Liam Sharp, Brian Azzarello, Cliff Chiang, Marc Andreyko, James Bonny, Tony Daniel.
When are you "too old" for a hobby? When should you put away certain fascinations and studies simply because of your age? The answer is never, obviously. As long as what you're doing isn't hurting anyone, then focus on what fills your life with joy. Barbara Ann Minerva's father doesn't give her such courtesy in WONDER WOMAN VOL. 2: YEAR ONE, written by Greg Rucka with art by Nicola Scott and Bilquis Evely.