It's hard to believe DC Super Hero Girls is now over a year old. Since we first met them, the attendees of Super Hero High have bounced between animated shorts, a variety of toys, original graphic novels, and most recently, a digital first comic series. A new chapter of PAST TIMES AT SUPER HERO HIGH soars onto digital shelves today, December 14, and we talked with writer Shea Fontana about the ins and outs of storytelling in this format.
It may not be set within the DC Universe or have anything to do with this summer’s “Rebirth.” But THE LEGEND OF WONDER WOMAN is equally essential reading. Written by Renae De Liz and drawn by De Liz along with Ray Dillon, the series is a reimagining of Wonder Woman’s origin that’s driven by De Liz’s reputation as a gifted fantasy writer (she’s adapted both Peter Pan and The Last Unicorn as graphic novels) and bolstered by Dillon’s vibrant colors.
Supergirl’s debut season will come to a close this month on CBS, and while it’s pretty easy to miss Melissa Benoist’s pitch perfect performance as the Girl of Steel, Supergirl’s exploits will continue well beyond the show’s season finale.
All’s fair in love and war, but rarely are the two so intertwined as they are in THE LEGEND OF WONDER WOMAN, the buzzworthy new digital first series that offers fans a vastly different take on Diana’s life care of acclaimed fantasy writer and artist Renae de Liz with inks and colors by Ray Dillon. In tomorrow’s Chapter 15, Diana discovers a way she can join the war effort overseas—by becoming a nurse.