We realize you're probably scrambling to get everything done in time to jet out of work early and get on with your Thanksgiving, but why not take a moment to look at some lovely BLACKEST NIGHT: WONDER WOMAN #1 artwork from Nicola Scott, who's pairing with writer Greg Rucka on the three-issue mini-series. See? We knew you'd come around.
Wonder Woman's world is turned upside-down as she finds herself branded a criminal by her own people. And who are the Crows, and what awful secret do they carry that will affect Diana forever? I can't reveal it all here, of course, but I can show off a few pages from WONDER WOMAN #38, courtesy of Gail Simone and artist Aaron Lopresti, which hits 11/25. [gallery link="file"]
Happy Monday, Source gang. It's been a while since we updated you on the Wonder Woman #600 postcard tally, mostly because we've been inundated by the response from fans. And while we're holding off on giving you the final number, I do want to let you know that we're ending the call for postcards. So, if you got to send one, great. If not, the gig is up.
Writer Gail Simone and artist Bernard Chang unleash a civil war -- with the world hanging in the balance. Zeus has made Achilles ruler of the Amazons, and Diana finds herself in battle against the people she loves most. And what's the secret behind the sudden rash of pregnancies on Paradise Island? Find out some of the answers below, with a few preview pages. For more, make your way down to your shop today and pick up WONDER WOMAN #37. [gallery link="file"]
Gail Simone and artist Nicola Scott keep the Secret Six on edge as they conclude "The Depths" arc, with the Six pitted against Artemis, Wonder Woman and the hideous secret being from within the new Devil's Island. Want more? Well, the book is on-sale today, so no excuses. While you get ready to walk to the store, check out a few pages below. SECRET SIX #14 hits today. [gallery link="file"]
Well, we're in week two of coverage of the WONDER WOMAN #600 campaign and, what do you know? We've already crossed the midway point. As of now, we have about 324 postcards sent in from fans asking for WONDER WOMAN's numbering to be reverted to #600 at the appropriate time. Seems like the tide is turning, eh?
It all starts here. Writer James Robinson pairs with superstar artist Mark Bagley to begin their run on JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA. You've heard rumblings and speculation, you've read the chatter around the interwebs. But now's your chance to get a first-look at the new creative team's take on the most storied team in the DCU. To sweeten the pot, we threw in a variant cover by Andy Kubert. Happy Thursday. Oh, and is that Despero? JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #38 hits 10/21. [gallery link="file" columns="4"]
It's not a stretch to say writer Gail Simone and artist Aaron Lopresti's "The Rise of the Olympian" arc changed Wonder Woman's life completely, and it's not over for our favorite Amazon. In this issue, Diana finds herself fighting for her life against the man chosen by the gods to replace her -- Achilles, the Warkiller. Doesn't sound like much fun. At least for her. We've got a few pages here, though, for those us standing on the sideline and looking to be entertained. WONDER WOMAN #36 hits 9/30. [gallery link="file"]
Huh? What's the Weekly Wonder Woman Tally, you say? Well, glad you asked. Not long ago, Dan DiDio mentioned the fan debate regarding Wonder Woman's upcoming "600th" issue. Lots of people have asked Dan to revert the book to it's original numbering to commemorate the event. Far from being a pushover, Dan said that if fan response -- in the form of postcards -- was strong enough, he'd consider it. And by strong, we mean "600 postcards" strong. Get it?