Gal Gadot has already joined the DC cinematic universe with Batman v Superman but is set for her solo outing as Wonder Woman June 2, 2017. Gadot spoke about Princess Diana's agenda and the recent headlines made about the comic book character being queer.
As far as I’m concerned, Archie Comics has yet to miss when it comes to rolling out the relaunch of their classic comics. From the flagship Archie and Jughead to Betty & Veronica, each team has pulled off the trick of maintaining the essence of the characters while updating them for the 21st century. The most recent success? Josie and the Pussycats written by Marguerite Bennett (Angela: Queen of Hel, DC Comics’ Bombshells) and Cameron DeOrdio and with art from Audrey Mok (Adventure Time: Marshall Lee Spectacular).
Marvel has been full steam ahead with their Netflix comic book series. With Luke Cage recently debuted to tons of fan love and Iron Fist's first trailer, what's next? The Punisher and the team-up series, The Defenders! Marvel dropped some big news on that front at New York Comic Con.
Academy Award-winning actor Forest Whitaker is the latest to crossover from Star Wars to Marvel. He's joined the cast of Ryan Coogler's Black Panther as have Daniel Kaluuya, Winston Duke, and Florence Kasumba officially.
DC Comics is expanding their brand geared toward 6- to-12-year-old girls.
The DC Super Hero Girls line is getting a digital comic series, DC Entertainment announced at New York Comic-Con today.
It’s a good time to be a fan of Neil Gaiman and mythology. First, fans found out Starz is bringing Gaiman’s novel American Gods to the small screen early next year. And now we’ve discovered there is a brand new version of this complex universe coming from Gaiman himself!
Earlier this year, Wynonna Earp burst onto the SyFy scene with gusto. Pitched as Buffy meets Frozen in the West, the series followed Wyatt Earp’s descendant Wynonna (Melanie Scrofano) as she discovers a deadly curse on her family name. Oh, and there’s monsters.
But Wynonna Earp didn’t spring fully formed into the world. In fact, the character has been kicking around comic books for over two decades. Created by Beau Smith, Wynonna has been fighting demons both supernatural and internal for a long time. But with the resurgence of interest due to the television show, Smith wasn’t above collaborating to make his work reflect the best of both worlds. Including introducing fan favorite, Officer Haught, into the comic book storyline.
With Luke Cage out and binged, Netflix is now helping you look ahead to their next Marvel series. The streaming platform just announced the release date of Iron Fist: March 17, 2017.
Now that you’ve binged Luke Cage, you’re probably wondering when you can get your next Marvel fix on Netflix.