In a matter of days, thousands of eager comic book fans will make their way through San Diego Comic-Con’s famous Artists Alley, the section of the show floor devoted to professional comic book artists and illustrators. If you’ve been there or to the Artists Alley at one of the hundreds of comic conventions worldwide, you know what it’s like—dozens of the industry’s most gifted and diverse artists selling art, prints, comics and merchandise. It’s where you’re likely to discover some of the most unique art at the con.
Just ask Steve Trevor—it’s hard to say goodbye to Wonder Woman. Yet, after nearly a year behind the wheel on Diana’s ongoing series, writer James Robinson is doing just that, saying farewell to the Amazon warrior with the extra-sized WONDER WOMAN #50.
Award-Winning Author and Creator Returns to DC as New Ongoing WONDER WOMAN Writer with Artist Cary Nord
(BURBANK, CA, July 11, 2018) – Following DC publisher Dan DiDio’s surprise reveal on today’s episode of DC All Access, celebrated writer G. Willow Wilson will be bringing her incredible storytelling skills to the shores of Themyscira as the new writer of WONDER WOMAN, beginning in November.
In this week's lesson of What Reading My First Comic Book Run Has Taught Me, I learned the importance of what an artist can bring to an issue.
Available July 1, Monthly Anthology Titles Combine All-New Stories by Top DC Writers
with Classic Tales from DC’s Deep History
Original Stories Featuring Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Conner, Dan Jurgens and Tim Seeley
12-Part Superman Story by Tom King and 12-Part Batman Story by Brian Michael Bendis
to Follow in September
Every now and again, there is a DC story so massive that it shifts the very fabric of reality. We tend to call those stories "Crises" for a couple of reasons. It first started back in 1961 with story written by Gardner Fox and drawn by Carmine Infantino called “Flash of Two Worlds” that kicked off the whole idea of the Multiverse. Later, Fox further expanded on the idea in the pages of JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA with a two-part tale called “Crisis on Earth-One” and “Crisis on Earth-Two” and a naming convention was born.
DC Black Label is a brand-new publishing imprint dedicated to giving premier writers and artists the chance to expand on DC’s unrivaled characters with unique, standalone stories set outside DC continuity. The imprint will be DC’s home for classy, collectible superhero stories aimed at mature readers looking to be challenged and surprised as they’re entertained, with an eye for the unique and remarkable.
We’re in for a Thrilla in Themiscyra as we pit our two most powerful princesses against each other in this week’s “Versus Live!” Both Wonder Woman and Starfire have warrior training, both can fly, both have super strength and speed, so will Diana call upon the Greek gods to lasso up a win? Or will Kori starbolt her way to a decisive victory? Collider Heroes’ Markeia McCarty makes the case for Wonder Woman, while Screen Junkies’ Ed Greer stands behind Starfire. But it will be up to you to decide which of these heroes reign supreme.