With another standout film under its belt, the Wonder Woman franchise remains the crown jewel of DC’s cinematic offerings and Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkens remain the reigning queens of contemporary superhero filmmaking.
Just in case you are counting down the minutes until you get to see Gal Gadot reprise her role as the Amazonian goddess, why not check out the TV series responsible for bringing the character to the masses: Lynda Carter’s Wonder Woman.
This week’s picks include two giant size specials, the end to three critically-acclaimed story lines, and a perennial favorite for any time of the year.
The new initiative follows directly after DC Future State and Dark Nights: Death Metal which expanded on the DC Multiverse, but did not jettison the classic characters that fans know and love.
DC Comics will launch a brand new digital first series in honor of Princess Diana’s 80th anniversary. The series will be called Sensational Wonder Woman, and it is written by Stephanie Phillips (Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace). Artist Meghan Hetrick and colorist Marissa Louise will bring the book to life.
Wonder Woman 1984 will soon be available for all to see in theaters and on HBO Max, and Warner Bros. just launched a new treat to whet everyone’s appetites for the main event. The studio uploaded the first three minutes and 10 seconds of the film for all to see on YouTube.