themindcircle.com20 Behind-the-Scenes Photos of Lynda Carter from "Wonder Woman" as You've Never Seen Her BeforeIf you’re old enough to remember the 1970s, Lynda Carter playing the title character in the TV show Wonder Woman from 1975 to 1979 remains what you think of when you hear the name of the heroine Wonder Woman.
dccomics.comTHE MAN OF STEEL #1A new era begins for Superman as a threat from his earliest origins reemerges to destroy the Last Son of Krypton. As Superman struggles to come to grips with what has happened to his wife and son, he must also face a new threat that’s determined to burn down Metropolis!
io9.gizmodo.comJames Tynion IV's Excellent Run on Detective Comics Has Restored Tim Drake to Greatness James Tynion IV loves Tim Drake. That love for the hero has jumped off every page of the two-year Detective Comics run that the writer is wrapping up this week, finally returning the character to a prominence he hasn’t had in years.
avclub.comMother Panic infiltrates Arkham Asylum in this exclusive previewDC’s Young Animal imprint has been responsible for some of the most interesting, off-kilter superhero comics of the past two years, so it’s a pity to learn that the publisher will be shuttering the line in August with the conclusion of its current series. That said, 18 issues isn’t a bad run for these books, and the teams have built up concepts that are ripe for further exploration if the line returns in the future. Young Animal isn’t afraid to take risks, and its core series were creatively rejuvenated when they returned for second volumes that took the characters and ideas in bold new directions. Mother Panic became Mother Panic: Gotham A.D., sending Violet Paige to a future version of Gotham City that allows writer Jody Houser, artist Ibrahim Moustafa, colorist Jordan Boyd, and letterer John Workman to go even bigger and stranger with their interpretation of Batman’s home city.
theguardian.comFrank Miller: 'I wasn't thinking clearly when I said those things'After stirring up outrage lambasting Muslims and Wall Street protesters, The Dark Knight Returns creator has been awol from the comics world. He discusses the mentor who got him back on his feet, what he thinks of Donald Trump, and his new prequel to 300