A few days ago the Alamo Drafthouse Ritz in Austin Texas announced that they were going to have a Wonder Woman With Wonder Women screening on Tuesday June 6th that is five days after the movie opens and that would not only be a women only screening but all of the staff for the event would be women.
I was lucky enough last night to get to see an advance screening of Wonder Woman Wednesday night to a packed house and to say that the audience was excited was an understatement.
With a light week for new comic books and the Thanksgiving holiday there are just a few new comic books to review this week, so I will keep it short and moving along.
Wonder Woman 75th Anniversary Special #1 DC Comics Writers Rafael Scavone, Rafael Albuquerque, Brenden Fletcher, Karl Kerschl, Mairghread Scott, Greg Rucka, Fabio Moon, Renae De Liz, Jill Thompson, Hope Larson, Gail Simone Artist Rafael Albuquerque, Karl Kerschl, Brain Bolland, Riley Rossmo, Liam Sharp, Fabio Moon, Renae De Liz (penciler), Ray Dillon (inker/colorist/letterer), Jill Thompson, Ramon Bachs, Colleen Doran, Colorist Dave McCaig, Michelle Assarasakorn, Ivan Plascencia, Romulo Fajardo Jr., Mat Lopes, Hi-Fi, Letterers Steve Wands, Josh Reed, Deron Bennett, Jodi Wynne, Cory Breen, Dave Sharpe It’s Wonder Woman’s 75th Anniversary and DC Comics continues to celebrate with this wonderful special featuring all-star creative teams that bring their unique talents to each of the short stories in the book.
DC Comics has a huge Rebirth launch in this weeks new comic books so let’s get to it. The Flintstones #2 DC Comics Writer Mark Russell, Artist Steve Pugh, Colorist Chris Chuckry, Letterer Dave Sharpe So far the biggest surprise in the Hanna-Barbera line has been The Flintstones that was ironically the title that got the most criticism when the line was announced.
One of the really neat things that DC Comics booth did last few years is to bring production costumes from their television and feature films based on the DC Comics Universe.