One of today's leading storytellers in any medium, Grant Morrison has broken new ground with each DC comic he's written, from ANIMAL MAN, ARKHAM ASYLUM, and DOOM PATROL straight on through to JLA, ALL-STAR SUPERMAN, and his epic run on BATMAN.
For those of you unfamiliar, the Earth One graphic novels are special out-of-continuity stories that reimagine some of the DC Universe's most familiar heroes in a totally unfamiliar light, whether it's stripping Green Lantern of his willpower or imagining Bruce Wayne getting kidnapped for ransom rather than orphaned in an alleyway.
When it comes to comics history, there aren't many things stranger than the stories that exist for heroes that got their starts in the 1930s and ’40s. There are obviously a lot of reasons for this—comics were a brand new medium and superheroes were a brand-new concept, things like continuity and shared universes didn't exist—you get the idea.
This week, Wonder Woman takes over DC All Access!!! Okay, not quite. But she's the star of her own Earth One graphic novel which is out this week from Grant Morrison and Yannick Paquette. Plus, she's featured in the brand new DC animated movie, Justice League vs. Teen Titans, which is now available on Blu-Ray, DVD and Digital HD. We take a look at both of those great projects in today's all new episode, and give you a chance to win a copy of Wonder Woman: Earth One of your very own. Check it out!
Last night at a press event in Burbank honoring industry legend Grant Morrison, the prolific writer officially announced that he’s collaborating with artist Yanick Paquette on the all-new original graphic novel, WONDER WOMAN: EARTH ONE.