Perhaps the sweeping success of Wonder Woman across America reflects something more—a longing for a hero with a heart.
In a world plagued by wars, terrorist acts and misogyny, the mythical existence of a Wonder Woman provides cathartic release and a fulfilling fantasy that our womanhood is a source of strength and leadership.
Feminists have a lot to say about Wonder Woman—and what it means to finally see her waging her fight for justice and equality in theaters.
Wonder Woman has come a far way. In all her majesty, she still has far to go.
I hatched a plan: I would wear her magic belt. I would save people from the bad guys. I would never feel scared again.
Wonder Woman provided hope for me that women may someday be valued and no longer underestimated. I wonder what might have happened if I had also gotten a chance to get to know Wonder Woman’s black twin sister, Nubia.
Reprinted with permission from HalloweenCostumes.com With Gal Gadot taking to the silver screen in 2016 as Wonder Woman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, it’s safe to say the Amazing Amazonian is going to have a big year. With her own standalone feature slated for 2017, we might even be entering a new golden […]
Since her creation more than 70 years ago, Wonder Woman has been a feminist icon. The Amazon warrior princess first appeared on comic book stands in 1942 and fought for love, justice, truth, beauty and, of course, women’s rights, using her famed Lasso of Truth to wrangle villains. Solidifying her place in feminist history decades […]
[This article is excerpted with permission from Collectors Weekly. See the full article here.] The day after she returned from the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con International, comics icon Trina Robbins sits down with me outside at a café just around the corner from her home in San Francisco’s Castro District. As both a comics creator and historian, […]
Think you know everything there is to know about Wonder Woman? In honor of our favorite superhero, who appears on the cover of our 40th Anniversary Issue (which is available in poster form!) we’re putting your comics knowledge to the test. Hit the “Start” […]