Wonder Woman: Bloodlines sees princess Diana leave the island of Themyscira to become one of earth's greatest heroes.
What’s playing in Toronto this week? From the classic to the bizarre, from the backroom at Eyesore Cinema to the recently reopened Ontario Cinesphere, East End, West End, and everything in between, here are some of the best screenings taking place all over the city this week.
This month’s Cinesphere line-up includes Wonder Woman, Gravity, and a Dark Knight Trilogy marathon.
Justice League vs. the Fatal Five sees an evil group of super-powered time travellers come to earth to hunt down a new member of The Green Lantern Corps.
Ben and Daniel spoil Ready Player One and react to news about Captain Marvel, Wonder Woman 2, Venom and more!
Ben & Daniel spoil The Cloverfield Paradox, discuss what impact Netflix is having on the moviegoing experience, and the latest news on a number of upcoming comic book movies.
Justice League is full of iconic characters teaming up to do battle against the forces of evil, and yet it doesn't feel nearly as epic or consequential as it should.
Where do your favorite heroes and villains fall on the traditional political spectrum?
Why Christopher Nolan's grim approach to Batman doesn't work for DC's more colourful superheroes.
The engrossing and incredibly well researched and laid out documentary Lost Heroes: The Untold Story of Canadian Superheroes seeks to preserve and restore a legacy of Canadian literature that no one back in the 1940s really thought to protect all that much.
The video game tie-in for The Lego Movie is perfect for good-hearted co-operative play with the family. Read on to find out why.
Love is weird. Love in comics is weirder. Nicole takes a look at the top 10 "romantic" moments in comics.
We chat with Charles Soule about taking on two thirds of DC's Trinity in Superman/Wonder Woman, what makes Clark and Diana great characters to write, and why their relationship isn't the real story of the series.
Jay Batzner let us know why he's giving up on DC books.
From her BDSM roots to 1960’s political activism, to her modern day New 52 reincarnation, Wonder Woman is no stranger to sensationalism. We talk with Yanick Paquette about Wonder Woman: Earth One, his upcoming book with Grant Morrison that's guaranteed to cause a stir.