Legendary artist, animator and producer Bruce Timm is returning to the world of DC animated movies with Justice League: Gods and Monsters, a new full-length film set in an alternate DC Universe and featuring a drastically different take on the Justice League.
When waking up with no memory, except for her identity, what is Wonder Woman to do when even that is stolen? No one remembers Diana Prince, including her very own family. But Wonder Woman is about to learn the shocking secret behind this collective memory loss. Read "Who Is Wonder Woman? part 2 of 3: 'My Own Worsty Enemy'" to find out!
In 2011, Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Aquaman and Cyborg united as the Justice League for the first time to defeat Darkseid and his legions of Parademons, kicking off what became known as The New 52 in the process. Now, the writer of that acclaimed tale, Geoff Johns, is bringing back the powerful leader of Apokolips, only this time Darkseid’s set his sights on a new adversary: the world-shattering Anti-Monitor. What happens when the two most destructive super-villains in the DC Universe take aim at each other?
SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read WONDER WOMAN #39 yet and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!).
While Wonder Woman is away fighting crime and saving lives with the Justice League, there’s unrest amongst the Amazonians back in Themyscira.
What's that you say? You'd really love to see some unique, highly stylized Wonder Woman art, especially if it happens to be from Noelle Stevenson, the ridiculously talented co-writer of Lumberjanes?