Wonder Woman is the greatest female comic book superhero of all-time. She is also one of the best characters ever created for comics, period.
With several upcoming movie appearances, she is now more popular than ever. Put simply, it is Diana Prince’s time. She has earned her role in the spotlight.
We do regular Wonder Woman podcast episodes on the DC Daily Drop. This includes updates on her news in comics and movies, as well as regular reviews of her history.
The DC Daily Drop Podcast
The DC Daily Drop is – you guessed it – a daily podcast covering all the key news in the world of DC movies, TV, and comic books. While the pod covers all aspects of the DC Comics multiverse, Wonder Woman is a massive part of that. All of the character’s major news is covered and she receives the spotlight in many special edition episodes.
It took nearly 75 years, but Wonder Woman has finally made her way to the big screen. Her fan favorite role in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was just the start of bigger things.
Gal Gadot will also be starring as the Amazon Princess in the 2017 films Wonder Woman and Justice League. That’s right, a much deserved solo film as well as a leading role in Justice League. She will be front and center with the greatest superheroes ever, right where she belongs.
We cover any appearances the character makes in live-action or animated form. This includes news on casting and more. If something important comes up, you can be sure we will be covering it. And of course, when something like an awesome new trailer comes up, you can be sure we will be breaking it down.
Wonder Woman got her start in comic books in December of 1941. She appeared that month in All-Star Comics #8 after being created by William Moulton Marston.
In addition to keeping up with major news in the world of Wonder Woman comics, we review various comics throughout the history of the character. Our first comic review included a look at her first appearance back in 1941.
We will also be covering major story arcs from the character’s history when time permits. We already have plans to look at some of the more iconic stories from the past, as well as keep up with more modern arcs.
Diana Prince is finally getting her due across the globe. In addition to her movie and comic book news, the character is more relevant than ever. In October of 2016, she was named an honorary United Nations Ambassador. That same month, she was also named the most powerful (and influential) superhero by Entertainment Weekly.
Wonder Woman has a rich history in all kinds of media. Outside of comic books and traditional novels, she has also had roles in several television series and movies.
Many people were first introduced to the character in the 1970s Wonder Woman TV series, featuring Lynda Carter in the lead role. That is one of the most iconic and memorable versions of the character.
Besides the live-action series, she has made many other appearances. A 2009 animated film was critically praised. She has also appeared in many other animated films, such as the Justice League films that are part of the DC animated original movies.
She has had many other animated television appearances. This includes roles in the Super Friends series, Justice League, and Justice League Unlimited. Whenever possible, we love to look back at these series.
Below you can find a link to the show notes of all the specific Wonder Woman podcast episodes that we have done so far. This list only refers to episodes that focus entirely on the character. She has been a big part of many of our general news episodes.