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EE Spotlight: Superman and Wonder Woman Chair Capes

Each day we’re going to spotlight cool items for sale through Entertainment Earth, one of our affiliate partners.

Chair Capes are pretty popular items based on what I saw at San Diego Comic-Con this year and last. Entertainment Earth has two new Chair Capes based on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. One for Superman and one for Wonder Woman.

The Superman cape sports the iconic “S Shield” from the film, while Wonder Woman has here two “W”s forming the Wonder Woman logo.

The capes retail for $24.99 and will be released in September 2016.

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EE Spotlight: DC Comics Bombshells Statues on Sale!

Each day we’re going to spotlight cool items for sale through Entertainment Earth, one of our affiliate partners.

Entertainment Earth has been running a summer clearance and it’s been impressive as far as how cheap some things are going for. Checking out items there’s lots of DC Collectibles toy and statues on sale. What particularly caught my eye was some of the DC Comics Bombshells Statues which are running 15% to 45% off.

Check out the deals below!

DC Comics Bombshells Lois Lane Statue

Normally $109.99, the statue is 45% off and is going for $60.80.

DC Comics Bombshells Lois Lane Statue

DC Comics Bombshells Holiday Wonder Woman Statue

Normally $99.99, the statue is 30% off and going for $69.90.

DC Comics Bombshells Holiday Wonder Woman Statue

DC Comics Gotham City Garage Harley Quinn Statue

Normally $299.99, the statue is 15% off and going for $255.

DC Comics Gotham City Garage Harley Quinn Statue

 

 

 

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DC Super Hero Girls Gets All Sorts of New Toys

At San Diego Comic-Con DC Super Hero Girls was front and center in many ways with lots of new toys on display and making their debut. Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Harley Quinn, Batgirl are about to get a whole bunch of friends (and toys based on them).

Wonder Woman’s Invisible Jet made its debut. It’ll be available from Mattel this fall.

Invisible Jet

Starfire joins the line and flies on to shelves.

Starfire

The superheroes get a new size with mini Super Hero Vinyls that features them on their signature items.

mini Super Hero Vinyls

Hot Wheels character cars inspired by the characters in DC Super Hero Girls will be rolling out.

DC Super Hero Girls Hotwheels Supergirl

Finally, Wonder Woman gets a plush figure!

Wonder Woman plush

This is just some of the items that’ll become available over the next months.

Preview: Wonder Woman #4

Wonder Woman #4

Written by: Greg Rucka
Art by: Nicola Scott
Cover by: Nicola Scott
Variant cover by: Frank Cho

“Wonder Woman Year One” part two! Paradise has been breached, Ares stirs, and the Amazons must answer with a champion of their own…one who is willing to sacrifice her home amongst her sisters to save a world she has never seen.

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SDCC 2016: Wonder Woman 75 Invisible Jet Reveal

Wonder Woman’s iconic Invisible Jet was “seen” for the first time on the corner of Island and 6th, just outside the San Diego Convention Center in the Gas Lamp district during San Diego Comic-Con 2016.

The jet was revealed Wednesday, July 20th, the preview night of San Diego Comic-Con.

The photo op allowed fans to get into the plane to take pictures and it also featured a larger-than-life art installation that featured pieces created live onsite by female artists during the Con. The artwork was inspired by Wonder Woman’s history and upcoming film.

Around the Tubes

Civil_War_II_Vol_1_4It was new comic book day yesterday. What’d everyone get? What’d you like? What’d you dislike? Sound off in the comments below!

While you decide on that, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web in our morning roundup.

Around the Tubes

The Beat – Geoff Johns is now President AND CCO at DC Entertainment — with a complete updated DC masthead – Congrats!

Kotaku – Zombie Batman Thirsts For Flesh, Not Justice – Looks pretty cool.

CBR – Netflix Explains Why It Didn’t Pick Up Marvel’s “Agent Carter” – Figured it was due to business reasons.

Kotaku – The Marvel Ultimate Alliance PC Ports Are A Disaster – That’s a shame. It’s a good game.

Cosmopolitan – When Will Black Women Feel Like They “Belong” at Comic-Con? – Rather odd and sad.

 

Around the Tubes Reviews

Newsarama – Batgirl #1

Comicvine – Civil War II #4

Comicvine – Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #1

ICv2 – Jughead Vol. 1

Comicvine – Titans #1

Comicvine – Wonder Woman #3

SDCC 2016: Watch the Full Wonder Woman 75 Panel

San Diego Comic-Con hosted a very exclusive, once-in-a-lifetime panel in honor of Wonder Woman’s 75 Anniversary. DC All Access has posted that panel in full, featuring Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot, director Patty Jenkins, DC Entertainment Co-Publisher Jim Lee and Wonder Woman artist Nicola Scott.

SDCC 2016: Wonder Woman Trailer

Her Fight Is Ours. At San Diego Comic-Con, Warner Bros. premiered the trailer for Wonder Woman!

The film comes to theater June 2, 2017.

DC reveals stamp set for Wonder Woman 75

In collaboration with Warner Bros., Consumer Products, and DC Entertainment, the U.S. Postal Service is releasing a set of four Forever stamps to commemorate 75 years of the iconic Wonder Woman. The stamp will be available for purchase in October. A first-day-of-issue dedication ceremony will take place at New York Comic-Con on Friday, October 7.

The pane will be formally revealed, along with a series of other Wonder Woman themed items, at 3 p.m. on Saturday, July 23 during the SDCC Wonder Woman 75 All-Star panel.

A preview shows that each of the four stamps evokes a different comic era. Wonder Woman is depicted in creator William Moulton Marston’s skirted Golden Age ensemble, the classic red, gold, and blue of Silver and Bronze Ages, and the Modern Age Brian Azzarello/Cliff Chiang design. Each pane contains twenty stamps, with five of each of the four designs on a blue background that features the most recent Wonder Woman logo.

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DC announced the stamp set along with the lineup of guests for the Wonder Woman 75 panel. Panelists include Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot, director and star of the upcoming film, DC Co-Publisher and artist Jim Lee, and Wonder Woman artist Nicola Scott.

Wonder Woman was previously honored on a stamp in 2006. Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Batman, Flash, Green Arrow, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Plasticman, Supergirl, and Superman were all part of the first stamp pane to commemorate superheroes.

Follow along on social media with hashtags #WonderWomanForever and #WonderWoman75 for the latest updates!

SDCC 2016: DC Shows off Suicide Squad and Wonder Woman Costumes

The draw this year at the DC Entertainment booth (beyond all of the signings and talent) is costumes from the upcoming films Suicide Squad and Wonder Woman. The booth also has Linda Carter’s Wonder Woman costume and some sketches for costumes from the show. Check out the photos below.

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