OK… actually, no it didn’t. No more than George Lucas did. What DC did do, however, was give false hope and then completely piss all over everything I ever knew and loved about DC Comics.
Posts Tagged ‘Wonder Woman’
Tags: 52, Batman, Crisis on Infinite Earths, DC Comics, Flashpoint, Green Lantern, Infinite Crisis, Jason Todd, John Byrne, Parallax, Supergirl, Superman, The Flash, The New 52, Wally West, Wonder Woman, Zero Hour
Tags: Amy Pond, Battlestar Galactica, Blake's 7, Doctor Who, HBO, Pond Life, Smallville, Steven Moffat, Superman, SyFy Channel, True Blood, Wonder Woman
Brian and J. are on their own this week and left to ponder the canon of Dion, the inevitable courtship of Superman and Wonder Woman and Jessica Hamby’s beyond-cute video blog! All that and the return of a venerable (?) sci-fi television series on this week’s Podwits Podcast!
Tags: Avengers, Batman, Captain America, DC Comics, Green Lantern, Hulk, Iron Man, Joss Whedon, Justice League, Marvel Comics, Superheroes, Superman, The Flash, Thor, Wonder Woman
Real life conspired to delay my gratification, but yesterday, ten days after its nationwide American release, I finally saw The Avengers. By now, reams* have been written about how good the movie is, how thoroughly it entertains on multiple levels thanks to its snappy Whedonesque dialogue, its insightful Whedonesque explorations of character relationships, and its [...]
Tags: Adam West, Ang Lee, Batman, Ben Affleck, Bill Bixby, Brandon Routh, Brett Ratner, Bryan Singer, Captain America, Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Christopher Nolan, Christopher Reeve, Daredevil, DC Comics, Dick Tracy, Dolph Lundgren, Eric Bana, Ernest Borgnine, George Clooney, Guillermo Del Toro, Hellboy, Iron Man, Joel Schumacher, Jon Favreau, Lou Ferrigno, Lynda Carter, Marvel Comics, Michael Keaton, Nick Nolte, Richard Donner, Robert Downey Jr, Ron Perlman, Sam Raimi, Samuel L. Jackson, Seth Rogen, Spider-Man, Super Fuzz, Supergirl, Superman, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Avengers, The Green Hornet, The Incredible Hulk, The Lone Ranger, The Punisher, The Rocketeer, Thomas Jane, Thor, Tim Burton, Tobey Maguire, Val Kilmer, Wonder Woman, X-Men First Class, X3: X-Men United
KA-POW! WHAM! ZOWIE! Onomatopoeias start flying as the Podwits run down some of the best and worst representations of superheroes on film and television! So get out your cape, put on that mask and strap yourself in for this Podwits SPECIAL presentation… “Superheroes on Celluloid”
Tags: Catwoman, DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Shatfish, Storm, Wonder Woman
If you’ve listened to this week’s Podwits Podcast, you heard a lot of tasty bits to keep your earholes happy! But there’s so much you didn’t get a chance to see… Like this for example!