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Wonder Woman

Faster than a speeding bullet!

Forbes Conducts Fawning Interview With Zack Snyder, But Hey, He Talks About Wonder Woman

Zack Snyder has made some films that I enjoy repeated viewing of, and he’s made some films I thought were deeply flawed. But seriously, if you’re gonna spend half an interview with him making sure to let him know that you disagree with his critics, maybe you should be working for a fansite, not Forbes. No, 300 does not sexualize the male Spartans, no matter how much their muscles are on display. So lets talk about Snyder talking about Wonder Woman and Superman!

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Great Hera!

Captain America’s Anthony Mackie, “If There’s a Movie You’re Gonna Lose Money on, Make it Wonder Woman.”

Captain America: The Winter Soldier star Anthony Mackie has said something wonderful about Wonder Woman.

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Holy Rusted Metal Batman!

Can’t Afford Those DC Bombshell Statues? How About A Nice Print?

We’ve fawned over DC Collectibles’ Bombshell line a few times and while we’d love to have all the lovely women adorning our shelves, that’s not financially feasible (or sound, if you own cats). Luckily, Quantum Mechanix has the perfect solution – prints!

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Cautiously Optimistic

Lynda Carter On Gal Gadot and the Return of Wonder Woman

Glad as I am that Wonder Woman is getting some live-action screen time again, I do not envy Gal Gadot her job. Her role in the upcoming film Batman vs Superman will be the first time someone other than Lynda Carter has wielded the Lasso of Truth. Those are some big boots to fill.

As far as Carter’s concerned, though, she’s got Gadot’s back. In a Huffington Post interview, she spoke positively about her successor, but was cautious toward the as-of-yet-unknown screenplay.

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The Human Machine

Neila Rey’s Nerdy Workouts Make Me Actually Want to Work Out, and That’s Saying Something

Maybe it’s just that for the first time in my life I actually miss having time to work out, but Neila Rey’s pop culture themed work outs are really  as physically challenging and logistically easy as one could hope, and for every kind of nerd reference you might care to make. We’ve posted only a few here, there are lots more at her site.

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: A Visual Comparison of Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman

Rather says it all, doesn’t it? Made by Redditor hitokirivader. (via io9)

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Avant-Garde Watercolor Wonder Woman

Does this count as cubism? It’s been a long time since Art Appreciation for Non-Majors. (via So Geek Chic, artwork by Adam Lister)

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Supergirly

Gina Carano Talks Acting, Wonder Woman, and Her New Film, In The Blood

Actress and former mixed martial artist Gina Carano‘s latest flick is In the Blood, an action thriller where she plays a newlywed on honeymoon whose new spouse goes missing. And just like any action hero worth their salt, she turns out to have been hiding a particular set of skills from her dearly beloved and wades through mercenary blood in order to get them back. Women and Hollywood spoke to Carano about her character in the film, her goals as an actress, and the one question on everybody’s mind: so how about that Wonder Woman?

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Great Hera!

Sexuality & Race: One DC Comics Creator’s Take On Wonder Woman

Comic Book Resources has a new feature they’re calling “The Color Barrier.” In their latest installment, they spoke with DC Comics writer/artist Phil Jimenez. We already knew he was a good person to talk to about representation in geek media, it’s why we invited him to sit on our New York Comic Con panel last year, but this time he’s speaking about Wonder Woman specifically.

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Fetch

Superhero Shoes For Everyday Crime Fighting

It’s true, we don’t think high heels are the best footwear for superheroines but that won’t stop us from wearing the hell out of these around town. ComicsAlliance’s resident fashion expert, Betty Felon, took inspiration from Mandy Kerr’s superhero-inspired designs featured at Shoes of Prey to create her own! Check out custom designed shoes inspired by the Batfamily, Loki, and more!

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