This is fantastic. The lovely photos are by Jacquelyn Phillips .
Reinesha and Devan’s beautiful Superman/Wonder Woman wedding now featured on Buzzfeed.
Reinesha said, “My husband Devan has been my Superman from the day I laid eyes on him. … He’s selfless, giving, and a helper.”
“He has such an amazing heart and he tends to do things in one day that I couldn’t get done in a year.”
“He also calls me Wonder Woman because I was a single mother and had so much on my plate. He never understood how I had time and was never tired.”
“So we started calling each other Kal-El and he would call me Diana Prince, which we still do to this day.”
“The kids loved it from the beginning as they really think we are superheroes by night and parents by day.”
Devan said, “I have said she is Wonder Woman from the moment we met, and I found out everything she’s been through and accomplished. She has always said I came in like Superman and changed her life.”
“It was announced that Superman and Wonder Woman were getting a comic series and we decided to do the theme. The kids loved the idea of being the Amazons in training and the clone of Superman.”
Devan said, “I am a HUGE COMIC BOOK JUNKIE; Comic Con in San Diego is my Mecca.”
“So when we renew our vows we are going to do it on a grander scheme and involve everyone. We were thinking a Justice League theme with villains as well, so stay tuned!” said Reinesha.
#Superman #WonderWoman #Kiss #Love
It was more than a kiss. They were equals and at that level, equals are hard to find. It was a “Superkiss”. Superman and Wonder Woman.
Made of recycled magazines on canvas.
Collage by Maura Lucchese
The Justice League and Swamp Thing guest star in the first penciled pages from Meredith and David Finch’s take on DC Comics’ “Wonder Woman.”
"While there’s going to be some of what [Brian Azzarello has] created, because I’d be foolish not to take advantage of what he’s got, we’re definitely going to steer the book a little more into a more mainstream — I guess I’d say there will be some superhero stuff in it," Meredith explained.
"The main theme we wanted to touch on is just Wonder Woman as a character and as a person," David added. "She has her personal life with Superman, and she has her professional life with the Justice League, and she also has to deal with the Amazons and the gods — and all these things conflict with each other."
The art looks great. Looking forward to seeing what this new team does with Diana.
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.