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DC Comics Proudly Presents: The New 52 hits 52!

Celebrating 52 issues of incredible storytelling, DC Entertainment’s May 2016 variant cover theme will pay homage to the #1 issues of eleven comics that debuted in 2011 when DC Entertainment rebooted their superhero publishing line and revitalized the comics industry as a whole. It was a momentous occasion then, and is an anniversary to celebrate now!

Inspired by Cliff Chiang’s Wonder Woman #1, Rags Morales and Brad Anderson’s Action Comics #1, Adam HughesBatgirl #1, and more, these brand-new “The New 52” variants will grace the covers of those same landmark titles that are hitting issue #52 in May. Illustrated by an all-star lineup of incredible talent, May’s lineup of variant covers are as remarkable as the industry-changing covers they’re based on.

Action Comics #52 variant cover by Ben Oliver
Aquaman #52 variant cover by Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund
Batgirl #52 variant cover by Babs Tarr
Batman #52 variant cover by Rafael Albuquerque
Catwoman #52 variant cover by Inaki Miranda
Detective Comics #52 variant cover by Francis Manapul
The Flash #52 variant cover by Jesus Merino
Green Arrow #52 variant cover by Szymon Kudranski
Green Lantern #52 variant cover by Billy Tan
Superman #52 variant cover by Mikel Janin
Wonder Woman #52 variant cover by David Finch and Matt Banning

“The New 52” variants are the latest in a variety of monthly themes.

Check out the original covers and the variants below and further below is the credits for the original covers.

The original covers credits:

Action Comics #1 cover by Rags Morales and Brad Anderson
Aquaman #1 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado and Rod Reis
Batgirl #1 cover by Adam Hughes
Batman #1 cover by Greg Capullo and Alex Sinclair
Catwoman #1 cover by Guillem March
Detective Comics #1 cover by Tony Daniel and Tomeu Morey
The Flash #1 cover by Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato
Green Arrow #1 cover by Dave Wilkins
Green Lantern #1 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado and Rod Reis
Superman #1 cover by George Perez and Brian Buccellato
Wonder Woman #1 cover by Cliff Chiang

Mopeez: Batman v Superman in March

Batman v Superman Mopeez commemorate both sides of the battle!

The Son of Krypton and Bat of Gotham have never been cuter!

Wonder Woman and Aquaman also join the fight!

Mopeez: Batman v Superman are out in March from Funko.

Fashion Spotlight: Bat Boy, Wonder Girl, Super Boy

Ript Apparel has three new designs! Bat Boy, Wonder Girl, and Super Boy, by Soulkr, are on sale today only! Get them before they’re gone!

Bat Boy

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Wonder Girl

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Super Boy

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Kim Jung Gi variant covers coming in February to DC!

Do you love DC Trinity artwork? Kim Jung Gi designed a triptych variant cover spanning Wonder Woman #49, Superman/Wonder Woman #26 and Justice League: Darkseid War Special #1. Take a look at Wonder Woman, Batman and Superman in action.

These three covers arrive at your local comic book shop in February!

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Fashion Spotlight: Quailman No More, Batmin V Superhob, Super BFFS

Ript Apparel has three new designs! Quailman No More, Batmin V Superhob, and Super BFFS, by adho1982, ZRiSes, and Doomcat, are on sale today only! Get them before they’re gone!

Quailman No More

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Batmin V Superhob

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Super BFFS

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A First Look at Wonder Woman

This week has been a hell of one for comic book fans with comics on television and film dominating geekdom. The CW has been at the center with the return of The Flash, Arrow, and debut of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.

On Tuesday, they aired a special, DC Films Presents: Dawn of the Justice League during which we got our first look at Wonder Woman on film and some details. We’ll see her coming of age, from her origin to modern times.

Exclusive Preview: Wonder Woman #48

Wonder Woman #48

Story: Meredith Finch
Art: David Finch, Jonathan Glapion
Cover: Art: David Finch, Jonathan Glapion
Variant Cover: Emanuela Lupacchino

A mysterious illness that could affect all of Olympus strikes its first victim: Baby Zeke! Can Wonder Woman find the cure in time? It’s the start of a new quest that will redefine the God of War!

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Review: The Legend of Wonder Woman #1

The Legend of Wonder Woman #1A new Wonder Woman 9-issue miniseries begins here with a story written and penciled by Renae De Liz! In the beginning there was only chaos. But Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons, saw a better future—and eventually, her daughter would be destined to bring that new world to life! Before her ultimate fate unfolds, though, Diana of Themyscira must learn the important lessons of an Amazonian childhood!

Much like Superman: American Alien, The Legend of Wonder Woman is going back to basics, taking on Wonder Woman as a kid and really examining her birth, education, training, and discovery of her role in the world.

Writer Renae De Liz really explores the world of the Amazonians taking us through their history. I’m sure there’s enough to not keep everyone happy. There’s emphasis that Hippolyta didn’t feel complete without a child. That has some implications, and we can debate about it. But, some do feel that way, and as I age, I’ll admit as a guy I’m even prone to that a little. So, I went back and forth on that, but I’m sure it’ll turn off some.

The comic though is fantastic, treating Diana as a miracle, an heir to a throne, and also lonely and not confident on her role in her society. What I also liked is De Liz’s emphasis on that society, which takes up about half the comic and goes through a lot of history. As someone who hasn’t read a lot of Wonder Woman, it’s a of new to me, and I like how it was all laid out. Just solid overall.

De Liz does double duty and gives us some beautiful, and creepy art too. There’s a fantastic design, and I liked the small details included. Some look like warriors, those who aren’t into the warrior aspect as much are slightly less muscular. It’s great to see.

This is the Wonder Woman we need. This is the Wonder Woman we deserve. This is the Wonder Woman I’ve wanted for so long. Yes please, more of this. The Legend of Wonder Woman is an absolutely buy and comic you should be supporting in hopes we get more.

Story: Renae De Liz Art: Ray Dillon, Renae De Liz
Story: 8.4 Art: 8.7 Overall: 8.5 Recommendation: Buy

DC Comics provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

The Legend of Wonder Woman Trailer

The Legend of Wonder Woman is a 9-issue, 270pg comics series through DC Comics written and Illustrated by Renae De Liz and inked/colored/lettered/designed by Ray Dillon!

Their stunningly rendered Digital First comic starring Diana of Themyscira arrives in print on January 13th! This is a comic that will surprise and delight readers of all ages. Come witness the birth of a hero, come witness The Legend of Wonder Woman!

Fashion Spotlight: Powderpuff Trinity, Gotham Gym, Teenage (Not) Ninja Deadpools

Ript Apparel has three new designs! Powderpuff Trinity, Gotham Gym, and Teenage (Not) Ninja Deadpools, by foureyedesign, AtomicRocket, tweedler92, are on sale today only! Get them before they’re gone!

Powderpuff Trinity

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Gotham Gym

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Teenage (Not) Ninja Deadpools

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