Wonder Woman and Superman
by Jim Mellow
This is just awesome. Their expressions = win.
Diana: He is mine.
Clark: Yep, I all yours.
The State Of The DC TV Universe: The Flash/Arrow Crossover Event, Keeping The DC Film And TV Universes Separate, And More - Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movie, TV News
Some pretty interesting DC Comics-related tv news has been spinning out of the Television Critics Association press tour today. TV Guide has a consise rundown
IGN followed up with Johns on the “separate universes” point, and he told them, “You’ll see a lot of DC universe characters [on The Flash and Arrow]. You won’t see Batman or Superman. We’re on production on Batman V Superman now. So you’ll see characters like The Atom or Firestorm, but no not Batman or Superman right now [on TV].”
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Who loves Superman and Wonder Woman? Anyone. Young. Not so young. Female. Male. Children. Families. Couples. All walks of life and ethnicity. Even the pets.
Today we do a little montage to pay tribute to the people who are happy to show their love and support for these two heroes. We are just sorry we can’t use everyone. Thank you all for making our blogging experience so much fun.
Is This What The DC Band-Aid Is All About? - Bottle Earths! - Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movie, TV News
We’ve been talking a lot at DC about what we (and increasingly DC staffers) call the DC Band-Aid. Seriously, we’ve run a lot of articles. How many? This man
"We think we know a little of what’s coming. Twenty two-part stories to run over two months, with a weekly series running through hem, spotlighting DC Comics characters from a number of realities, from pre-Crisis to Gotham By Gaslight to Red Son.
Two days ago, we reported that DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson was in New York and had called a meeting of DC Comics New York staff, the week before Sa
The All Hands employee gathering lasted for two hours, in a meeting led by Diane that talked about current sales versus projected sales, and where DC Comics expected sales to be. They ran through the TV and movie schedule, talking about how publishing should further align with that. And more corporate synergy.
Superman and Wonder Woman Annual #1
Action Comics Annual #3
Has come to our attention these books are not shipping in July as as previously advertised but August. Both will be on sale now on the 6th August 2014. So a little longer to wait but the good news is two annuals on one day! And those who haven’t pre-ordered yet can still do so! That means along with other comics, there will be a lot of Doomed for August!
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A shout-out to the Superman/WonderWoman fans on twitter! The last word is reserved for Batman. A true bro and would be Godfather to the future superwonder kids. :)
Superman and Wonder Woman Comic Covers for October 2014
Superman/Wonder Woman #12
Superman/Wonder Woman #12 Monsters Variant
Superman #35 Monsters Variant
Wonder Woman #35
Wonder Woman #35 Monsters Variant
Action Comics #35
Action Comics #35 Monsters Variant
Wonder Woman Secret Origins #6
Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman #3
You know, we see a lot of Superman/Wonder Woman detractors make noise about sales and blog inaccurate information (I’m being kind…we could call that something else) Just wanted to clear a few things up again.
Here is a look at the June 2014 comic sales chart. Note these are for the direct market ( ie pre-orders) and does not reflect digital sales, news stands, books stores, international markets, future re-orders etc. It is not the final number by any means but it is an indication of how the market trends for books ie in terms of demand.
Once again Superman/Wonder Woman is, as seen on the digital charts, a consistently good seller for DC. Superman/Wonder Woman as with Action Comics has gotten a boost with the Doomed crossover and Superman #32, the new creative team of Johns/Romita jr has debuted at #5. Wonder Woman seems to be holding steady as her story-line is in the final stages of a 35 issue run.
For a title some detractors claim no one wants, that does not sell well, etc it’s not doing badly, is it? Oh and Lois Lane wasn’t in this issue for the people making inaccurate claims she is why any Superman title sells. Doomed is why it and Action Comics took a leap. We’re not that naive here not to know crossovers boost sales. But generally Superman/Wonder Woman sells better than some DC and Marvel team books when it isn’t in a crossover. Note, chances are that the numbers for Doomed #1, Superman/Wonder Woman #8, Action Comics #32 from the last month would have taken an increase as those sold out. We need to see the full sales chart for June to know those re-order numbers.
But it is a great time to be a Superman/Wonder Woman fan and anyone wanting to try the book but hesitating because you’re not sure…check the reviews from the likes of proper comic sites that have a good reputation for reading and reviewing a wide variety of comics like IGN, Comicvine, Newsarama, Comicosity and CBR etc. You’ll see it is a solid book. People obviously buying it and liking it.