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Wonder Woman

  1. Joss Whedon Comes Down Hard On The “Genuine, Recalcitrant, Intractable Sexism” In Comic Book Movies

    Tell 'em, Joss.

    In a conversation with Digital Spy on the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron, two months before the Wonder Woman and Captain Marvel movie announcements, Whedon said the lack of female-led superhero films were inexcusable, and encouraged Marvel to take the lead on lady superhero films.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: A Slick New Wonder Woman Art of War Statue

    Remember those DC Nation Wonder Woman shorts from 2013 by Robert Valley? Well DC Collectibles has made that super-cool lady their next installment to the "Art of War" line. Sadly no roller-skating Giganta. Yet.

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  3. Things We Saw Today: Robots Are Not Better at Playing Soccer Than You

    GOOOOOOOOOO-bots.

    Were you picked last in gym class every year? Doesn't matter. You're at least as coordinated than this entire team of NAO bots from the 20120 Robocoup in Singapore.

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  4. Pull It Together: Black Widow, the Birds of Prey, Lumberjanes, and Wonder Woman!

    We've got issues. Lots of issues.

    Welcome to Pull It Together, where the goal is to narrow the massive field of comic book titles to the ones you shouldn’t overlook. It isn’t about what’s on my pull list, it’s about what could be on yours!

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  5. [UPDATED] Check Out Adam Hughes’ Promo Art For Joss Whedon’s Ill-Fated Wonder Woman Movie

    Is there a universe where both this movie and Firefly season two exist?

    Of all the cancelled projects in the world, there's no doubt the one I'm most upset we'll never see is Joss Whedon's Wonder Woman. Morena Baccarin kicking serious butt in the classic outfit and probably something to do with psychologically-damaged ballerinas? I'm so in. Though we'll tragically never get to see what Whedon would have done with the property, we can see its solitary piece of promo art.

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  6. Jill Lepore’s The Secret History of Wonder Woman Is Much More “The Secret History Of William Moulton Marston”

    For better or worse.

    Let’s play a game of "six degrees of separation." I’m going to link Wonder Woman to one of the leaders of the birth control movement from the turn of last century, Margaret Sanger. Yes, that Margaret Sanger; the same woman who coined the words “birth control” and opened the first birth control clinic in 1916. Not only am I going to link the most popular superheroine of all time to Sanger, but I’m going to do it in two legitimate steps.

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  7. The Mary Sue Interview: Comic Historian Nicky Wheeler-Nicholson on Her New Book & Women in Comics

    If you’ve ever read a DC comic, you owe a thank you to Major Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson for founding the iconic company, and paving the way for the comic book as we know it today. If you’re unfamiliar with his name, I have good news for you: His granddaughter, comic historian and writer Nicky Wheeler-Nicholson, is dedicated to preserving the memory of her grandfather and getting his incredible story of comics, publishing, story-telling, and life as an American soldier to the masses.

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  8. The Best Cosplay At The 2015 New Orleans Wizard World Comic Con

    Ooooh!

    This past weekend, the New Orleans Convention Center held several events, including an arm wrestling championship and a formal Mardi Gras ball (I even heard a rumor of a barbershop quartet gathering on Saturday). But the event that turned everyone’s head was the 2015 Wizard World Comic Con, where geeks of all ages converged upon the Convention Center in a smorgasbord of colorful costumes and elaborate crafts.

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  9. [Updated] Fantastic Four Sequel Release Date Confirmed Because Of Course It Is

    I'm confused too, Michael B. Jordan. I'm confused, too.

    20th Century Fox is so confident about their upcoming Fantastic Four reimagining—which, despite having wrapped production in August, is a complete mystery to everyone aside from its official film synopsis and the uncomfortable revelation that Dr. Doom is going to be a blogger—that they've already put down a release date for the film's nearly inevitable (if it does well, at least) sequel.

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  10. Things We Saw Today: Battle of the Five Armies Has 2 Minutes of Film Per Page of Source Material

    And about 10 minutes per named dwarf character.

    Five Thirty Eight's Walt Hickey crunched the numbers on film adaptations and finds that The Battle of the Five Armies is something of an outlier in long films based on short source material.

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