Tag Archives: Wonder Woman

Superhero Novels: The Best of 2017 and a Peek at 2018

Every year we look forward to compiling our Top 5 list of superhero novels. It’s a great way to revisit all the books we’ve read during the past 12 months, and it helps put everything in perspective. Seeing how the … Continue reading

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Wonder Woman: Peacemaker

The title of Leigh Bardugo’s Wonder Woman novel is tantalizingly provocative. It implies that Princess Diana of Themyscira is being re-imagined as some kind of harbinger of war. But that’s not the case. Wonder Woman isn’t a “Warbringer” at all. … Continue reading

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Some Kind of Wonderful

No superhero has a messier background than Wonder Woman. She’s always been iconic, of course, but her rep has suffered unduly by censorship, revisionism, editorial missteps, and appropriation. In the beginning, Wonder Woman’s motivation was clear. She was a peacenik … Continue reading

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Secret Hero Society: Study Hall of Justice: A Conversation with Derek Fridolfs

In Study Hall of Justice, Bruce Wayne, Clark Kent, and Diana Prince are new students enrolled at an exclusive prep school. Ducard Academy may be “the best learning institute in Gotham City,” but the superhero moppets are on edge. Something … Continue reading

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Bound For Glory

Without question, the worst time to be a Wonder Woman fan was during the Silver Age of comic books (roughly 1956 to 1971). Merciful Minerva! Those Robert Kanigher-penned issues were dreadful. In fact, Wonder Woman (the comic book) won two … Continue reading

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