If a character whose powers are based in part around truth discovers much of what she knows is a lie, what happens?
The even numbered issues for the first year of the Rebirthed Wonder Woman gave the character an updated origin story.
Jenny is back from vacation and we’ve all seen Wonder Woman so of course we have to gab all about the latest superhero movie. This is a spoiler-filled discussion so if you haven’t seen the movie WHAT’S WRONG WITH YOU? Sheesh, go see it already. Then you can listen to our thoughts on the movie. Plus we play a fun game to see if Watson and Jenny can pick between actual comments Jenny has posted on social media versus random posts about Wonder Woman on The Mary Sue.
The Amazing Amazon finally comes to the big screen on her own, and the review is more substantial than Jimmy’s from last Friday. He said I wasn’t a harsh grader. For the record, I would call a 7 out of 10 “barely passing”. Did Wonder Woman get a 7 out of 10? Read this spoiler-free review to find out.
A short spoiler free review. (That is neither short, nor barely a review.)
All things Wonder Woman are discussed and discussed and discussed. And Jenny won a numbers game.
Writer Greg Rucka returns to Wonder Woman as the Amazing Amazon starts to question her own origin.
The Man of the Hour, a Justice Society mainstay, hasn’t been seen in a while. Does someone have a problem with a hero who gains his superhuman abilities due to popping pills?
Tom and Jimmy are back for more as they discuss “Livewire,” “Identity Crisis,” and “Target”.
Hey! Look! A trailer for Wonder Woman!