Last week, we were following IGN's countdown of the top 100 heroes in comics all week on THE SOURCE. They've now posted the top twenty selections--and DC's secured eleven of those spots, with Wonder Woman landing at number five and Batman and Superman claiming the top two spots. Here's the breakdown of the DC heroes who crack the top 20: 20 - Catwoman 19 - Jim Gordon 17 - Barbara Gordon 16 - Rorschach 15 - Dream of the Endless 11 - Dick Grayson 8 - Wally West 7 - Hal Jordan 5 - Wonder Woman 2 - Batman 1 - Superman
DC RETROACTIVE: WONDER WOMAN – THE ‘90s #1 Joining writer William Messner-Loebs is artist Paris Cullins to tell a defining story that shows why Wonder Woman is Princess of the Amazons. ONE-SHOT • On sale AUGUST 17 • 56 pg, FC, $4.99 US • RATED T
DC RETROACTIVE: WONDER WOMAN – THE ‘80s #1 Artist Rich Buckler teams up with writer Roy Thomas as Wonder Woman must battle Silver Swan to protect her secret identity from being revealed. ONE-SHOT • On sale AUGUST 3 • 56 pg, FC, $4.99 US • RATED T
DC RETROACTIVE: WONDER WOMAN – THE ‘70s #1 Joining legendary scribe Dennis O’Neil is fan-favorite artist J. Bone, tackling the Amazon Princess in her “white costume” phase. With Paradise Island on the verge of destruction, it’ll be up to Wonder Woman to complete three treacherous tasks to save her homeland. ONE-SHOT • On sale JULY 20 • 56 pg, FC, $4.99 US • RATED T
This past weekend at WonderCon, VP of Sales, Bob Wayne, announced RETRO-ACTIVE. Published throughout July and August 2011, these are exactly the kinds of one-shots people often associate with summer. RETRO-ACTIVE reunites classic writers and artists with classic characters Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, The Flash, and Justice League of America, returning to the interpretations they are best known for. Each of these series will have 3 one-shots that pay homage respectively to the‘70s, ‘80s, and ‘90s.
New FLASHPOINT details come to light in Newsarama's exclusive interview with Geoff Johns. Head on over to check out what Geoff has to say about the series, including the important role Batman will take in it.
In WONDER WOMAN #609, Diana gets a glimpse at a past very different than the one she remembers. Is this in fact a look at the real history of Wonder Woman? Find out when the issue, written by J. Michael Straczynski and Phil Hester and with art by Don Kramer, Sean Parsons, and Wayne Faucher, hits stores this Wednesday.[gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]
First image of Adrianne Palicki starring as the title character in the new NBC pilot “Wonder Woman,” from executive producer David E. Kelley (“Boston Legal,” “Ally McBeal,” NBC’s “Harry’s Law”). The pilot was written by Kelley, who also serves as executive producer with Bill D’Elia (“Boston Legal,” “The Practice,” NBC’s “Harry’s Law”). Jeffrey Reiner (“The Event”) is directing. Based upon DC Comics characters, “Wonder Woman” is from David E. Kelley Productions and Warner Bros. Television.