Exclusive BatWondy by Celina Hernandez

Connecting with writers and artists we admire is something V. and I have enjoyed immensely since starting this blog. They often turn out to be as gracious as they are talented, and artist Celina Hernandez is no exception. Among other things, Celina does the delightful art for Brian Andersen's Reignbow and Dee-Va, and So Super Duper... Continue Reading →

On the Eleventh Day of BatWondy …

These illustrations by Forever Jaded are like Powerpuff Girls meet the Justice League. So freakin' cute! I can see a whole Bruce Loves Diana cartoon series, complete with a catchy theme song by a Japanese pop group.

On the Eighth Day of BatWondy …

Sweet mother of Artemis, this is sexy. Check Diana's sultry pose, the way she leans in and gets all Marilyn Monroe with it. This image, by Amorimxx via Deviant Art, gives us juuuust enough to wonder whether she's going to kiss him or whisper some sweet nothings about what's gonna jump off in the JLA... Continue Reading →

On the Seventh Day of BatWondy …

Since it was Nicola Scott's art from Wonder Woman: Blackest Night that got us all hopped up to begin with, it's only appropriate to include this pop art homage to one of her loveliest panels from that series. Remember, back in WW:BN, we learned that Diana had a deep, if unspoken, romantic connection with Batman.... Continue Reading →

On the Fifth Day of BatWondy …

  Who knew action figures could be so romantic? Arnold Ho posed BatWondy perfectly on his Flickr page. It's intimate, yet somehow heroic. And don't they look happy together? Well, as happy as Batman can be.

On the Third Day of BatWondy …

Hera bless the Internets. While DC isn't ready to commit to BatWondy, fans of this superpairing sure are  — and they've got the fan art to prove it. These two have inspired quite a bit of creativity, and we've culled some of the best for your viewing pleasure. This Photoshopped image from The Heretics Blog, which... Continue Reading →

Twelve Days of BatWondy!

As part of our ongoing campaign for DC to make Wonder Woman and Batman a proper supercouple, V. and I are launching the Girls Gone Geek Twelve Days of BatWondy. We’re of the opinion that these two are perfect for one another, and after so many moments of innuendo and imagined make-out sessions, it’s time... Continue Reading →

G3 Review: Blackest Night-Wonder Woman #3

Blackest Night: Wonder Woman #3 Writer: Greg Rucka Pencils: Nicola Scott Inks: Jonathan Glapion Colors: Nei Ruffino DC Comics February 3, 2010 Nicola Scott's rendering of Wonder Woman makes me want to go to the gym in the worst way. I mean that as a compliment, because Scott manages to make heroines' bodies womanly, strong... Continue Reading →

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