Saturday, July 1, 2017

Entertainment Weekly Magazine presents The Ultimate Wonder Woman Guide


I picked this up a couple of days ago at a local super market. It's pretty cool not only does it have a bunch of great stuff in regards to the production and cast of the Wonder Woman movie it also in general covers the history and evolution of the character in a very comprehensive and detailed way. The guide goes all the way back to the guy who came up with the Wonder Woman character (also the inventor of the polygraph) to the classic Linda Carter TV series, Wonder Woman's countless appearances in multiple forms of media over the years, her impact on pop culture and even the upcoming Justice League movie.


The back cover has some pretty sweet art work at first I thought it was John Byrne but it turns out I was mistaken. It was done by Jose Luise Garcia according to some research done by fellow blogger Dale Bagwell http://dbsuniverse.blogspot.com/


A fun photo spread with Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Connie Nielsen and director Jenny Jenkins


You'll find a lot of nostalgia in this issue along with at least a few other things even some of the more hard core Wonder Woman fans out there might be surprised to see.


One other thing, my wife loves charm bracelets and started busting my balls for a Wonder Woman one ever since we saw the movie.

One of the most bad ass scenes ever in a comic book based movie

3 comments:

  1. I actually reverse image searched that piece of WW art, and it comes an a 1986 issue (#329 to be exact) of Wonder Woman. I thought the art looked familiar, and it's by the legendary Jose Luis Garcia. Nice bracelet tho, ha ha.

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    1. uh ho, looks like it's time for a quick edit to this posting. Thanks Dale.

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