You know how nerd stuff sometimes appears in Vanity Fair looking all gorgeous and fancy? A team of cosplayers decided to stage their own version, only this time with the characters from the new Wonder Woman movie.
Between a series cryptic teaser images and an even more difficult to parse prelude comic, we knew that DC’s upcoming Dark Nights: Metal series was going to involve dark, alternate reality versions of the Justice League. But we had no idea they would all be quite this twisted—or that they were all going to be half…
If you’ve seen Wonder Woman, you’ll remember that at the start of the movie, a young Diana has her history explained to her via an enormous painting. Here’s a very good look at that image, courtesy of the artists who worked on it.
After rescuing the DC movie-verse from rampant mediocrity, Wonder Woman deserves much more than the basic Barbie treatment. The Black Label Wonder Woman Barbie collection features articulated bodies, stunning face sculpts, amazing outfits and awesome accessories. They’ll do nicely.
After a run of mediocre to downright disappointing releases, DC Comics finally gets a movie worth eating overpriced popcorn in a room full of strangers. It’s as if all the world’s been waiting for Wonder Woman and the power she possesses.
Hot Toys have a 1/6 scale (11.5"/29cm) Wonder Woman figure out next year. As is pretty standard with their big movie releases, it looks fantastic.
Wonder Woman is out this week, and all over the world cosplayers are going nuts for it. Here’s Kilory with one of the best efforts we’ve seen.
Diana of Themyscira has a big movie coming out this week. She’s also a major player in new release Injustice 2, a video game where superheroes fight each other over crossing moral boundaries. But Wonder Woman shouldn’t just be part of an ensemble; she should be the main character.
Before he became the Red Hood, Jason Todd met a grisly fate at the hands of the Joker in the iconic A Death in the Family storyline, including a horrifying beating with a crowbar. At least now in Injustice 2, Jason can enact some justice (both poetic and physically) against the clown prince of crime as payback.
Artist Ant Lucia’s 1940's re-imagining of popular female heroes and villains has become one of DC Comics’ hottest properties, spawning a line of gorgeous statues, a comic book series, clothing, mugs and more. The only thing missing was poseable action figures. Consider that box checked.
One of the highlights of last year’s Batman V. Superman, Gal Godot’s Amazonian warrior has her own movie in June, Justice League in November and a whole slew of toys, statues and collectibles shown at the 2017 New York Toy Fair to fill the space between.
The movies of 2017 are a truly star-studded bunch. There’s Spider-Man, Batman, Wolverine, Thor and Wonder Woman. King Kong, the Gunslinger, Power Rangers. Luke Skywalker, Peter Quill and Jason Voorhees. The return of Rick Deckard, Jack Sparrow, and Optimus Prime. The list goes on and on—so to help you keep track of…
The latest glimpse of the upcoming Wonder Woman movie takes us back in time, to show how an Amazon princess becomes a hero capable of inspiring the whole world.
Lynda Carter’s Wonder Woman and Lindsay Wagner’s Bionic Woman were icons of ‘70s TV—and now, decades after they ruled the small screen, they’re teaming up for a new comic series fit to burst with nostalgia.
She’s finally here. After years of false starts, a live-action Wonder Woman movie is coming next summer. Warner Bros. just revealed the first trailer at San Diego Comic-Con to the uproarious excitement of the Hall H crowd, and it. is. perfect.
Maybe not the one I would have preferred, but Jaime is better than nothing. Take a look at Mr. Reyes’ even more evolving suit as well as our first look at Wonder Woman in the Comic-Con trailer for Injustice 2. How about those faces?
Making their debut at San Diego Comic-Con next week and going wide in 2017, Lego BrickHeadz Marvel and DC buildable figures are freakishly adorable.
Last Friday, io9 was among a group of journalists invited to the London set of Justice League. There director Zack Snyder, star/executive producer Ben Affleck, and everyone involved all had one, simple message for us: We know. And we’re trying.