Alyson Tabbitha, a regular around here for her astounding make-up and costume work, returns with this temporary diversion where she ceases to be a human cosplayer and becomes an Amazonian ass-kicker.
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.
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.
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.
This is Panterona as the new DC’s cinematic take on Wonder Woman.
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.
This Wonder Woman shoot takes elements of Megan Marie’s Warrior and Valkyrie outfits and smashes ‘em together. Twice the costume, twice the ass-kicking.
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.
Grant Morrison delivered one of the best Superman stories ever with All-Star Superman. His long run on the Dark Knight infused Batman comics with more energy and heart than they’d seen in years. However, his take on Wonder Woman misses the mark.
And the worst part is: they still have to work together.
There’s no way that Wonder Woman’s going to fight crime on a team led by a drunk who’s constantly pissing himself. She’s not going to face down evil standing side-by-side with Dogwelder. She’s just not. She says so, right there on page two of All-Star Section Eight #4. But then she does. And it’s hilarious.
So she’s only on screen for a few seconds of the over three and a half minute long Comic-Con trailer for next year’s Batman V. Superman. They are the best seconds.
“You weren’t so quick to get rid of me last night.” “I notice you like to think you’re in control.” That’s the Wonder Woman of an alternate reality Justice League, talking about sex. She stabs lots of people with a big, black... sword.
DC Comics did some big things to Superman and Batman over the weekend. But, once again, it feels like Wonder Woman’s getting the short end of the stick.