Justice League hits theaters this Friday, and while it sounds like it’s far from perfect, early reviews are that it’s a step in the right direction for the dark and dreary Snyder-verse take on DC Comics’ superheroes.
I watched quite a few reruns of Wonder Woman with Linda Carter growing up. I also watched more than my share of Justice League cartoons on Saturday mornings. The thing I remember most about the Wonder Woman TV series was her invisible jet.
Google is always looking for new technical talent. So teaching kids how to code makes sense. That is why the company announced that they’d teamed with Wonder Woman to inspire teen girls to learn coding. Made with Code is a Google initiative that encourages teen girls to pursue coding, and has released a new Wonder Woman-themed coding project.
Players learn basic coding and logic skills by controlling three different scenes from the Wonder Woman film.
Wonder Woman hits theaters this week, and I know I can’t wait to see it. To celebrate, Man at Arms: Reforged created a real-life version of Wonder Woman’s indestructible God Killer sword from the movies.
They always do an amazing job and this sword is certainly a real beauty.
If you are a fan of the latest flicks in the Fast and Furious franchise, you might be familiar with Gal Gadot. She is smoking hot and will play Wonder Woman in the Batman v. Superman flick that is coming in 2016.
Marvel gets all the play when it comes to superhero movies so far (though that could soon change), but DC Comics has some cool superheroes too. Fans of these heroes can now get their hands on some ridiculously cute plush versions.
You can choose from three plush animals dressed like Justice League members Batman, Flash, or Wonder Woman.
…visible. Better than nothing, I suppose. The transparent jet and its heroic pilot are part of item no. 76026 aka the LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes Gorilla Grodd Goes Bananas set. Though if you ask me Batman’s Bat-Mech is the one that needs to be invisible.
When most people need to buy a pen, they spend a few dollars for a 10 pack of Bic ball-points. Some style-conscious rich people like to buy pens from companies like Montegrappa, which charges a few hundred bucks for a single pen.
DC Comics has been releasing monthly themed variant covers for a while now. We saw their LEGO variant covers back in August. For March 2015, DC reached out to the big screen for inspiration – and a bit of tongue-in-cheek humor.
These 22 variant covers were inspired by classic Warner Bros.
Here’s one of the latest offerings from one of our favorite geeky jewelers, Paul Michael Bierker. It’s a ring that looks just like Wonder Woman’s tiara. It has five custom cut rubies and can be made from sterling silver, gold, palladium or platinum alloy.
Etsy artist Danielle Ward makes dresses with colors and styles inspired by characters from comic books, as well as animé, sci-fi and other geeky media. Just like superheroes and their costumes, Danielle’s dresses lets you change your look.
Need a costume for your kitchen alter ego? Bethany Sew & Sew has got you covered. She takes custom orders and makes aprons for men, women and children. Here’s her current must-have creation, the Wonder Woman apron:
Browse the gallery for more of her creations.