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The gods are about to learn that you never stand in the way of Zeus' firstborn son and the throne in this issue by "Wonder Woman" writer Brian Azzarello and artist ACO, on shelves next week.

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DC Entertainment is offering donors everything from the chance to hang out with "Wonder Woman" star Lynda Carter to limited "Justice League" covers in their crowdsourced campaign to stomp out hunger.

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...Because frankly I think I may go insane if I see someone tweet, "[Blank] can happen, but Warner Brothers says its too tricky to make a Wonder Woman movie??? #questionmarks" here are six suggestions to Warner Brothers, so they can make a Wonder Woman movie, and I don't need to go totally crazy: Read More...

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[SPOILER ALERT] Last week, DC Comics released 'Wonder Woman' #23, in which a great battle was fought, the theistic landscape of the 'New 52' underwent a dramatic shift, and Wonder Woman became the new God Of War.  We got the chance to talk to author Brian Azzarello about this change in the status quo, his collaboration with series artist Cliff Chaing, and the effects this storyline may have on the greater DC Universe.
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Welcome to MTV Geek's New Comic Book Day Pull-List! Each week, we look at the best new releases that hit comic shops, and point you at what you need to be reading. 

This time around, we're talking about three books that hit stores last Wednesday (August 17th): a trio of amazing comics from Titan, DC,and Dark Horse! Read More...

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Welcome to MTV Geek's daily round-up of all things GEEK from the weird, wild world of the web! Got a cool link? Share it with us on Twitter at twitter.com/mtvgeek!

In this issue: A tough job interview in "Pacific Rim," the "Terminator" is back-ish, Orson ain't invited, and much more!

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Welcome to MTV Geek's New Comic Book Day Pull-List! Each week, we'll look at the best new releases hitting comic shops, and point you at the books you should be reading.  Read More...

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Here's a pretty sweet story to start the week: ad agency JWT teamed up with Warner Bros. and the A.C. Camargo Cancer Center to create a DC Comics superhero-themed campaign for children with cancer: Read More...

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By Matt D. Wilson

Four years and two months after writer Brian Azzarello and artist Eduardo Risso wrapped up their pivotal Vertgo crime series "100 Bullets," the creative team is joining forces again to revisit their creation -- sort of.

I chatted with Azzarello about why the new miniseries "Brother Lono" is anything but a sequel and how it's like "mariachi death metal." I snuck in a question about "Wonder Woman," too.

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By Matt D. Wilson

Each week, Matt Wilson, co-host of the War Rocket Ajax podcast and author of The Supervillain Handbook, examines at a major comic news item and picks a few winners and one loser among the week's comic book releases.

If you took a cursory glance at the comics Internet this week, odds are you saw your share of essays lamenting the demise of four DC Comics titles: "Dial H," "Demon Knights," "Legion of Super Heroes" and "Threshold."

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By Kevin M. Brettauer

It’s very apparent, to anyone who’s analyzed his work to any degree, that living comic book legend Grant Morrison loves the human race and wants us to be the greatest versions of ourselves that we can be. "The Invisibles" builds, over the course of three separate series, into a crescendo of salvation for the human spirit, creating not a technological but a spiritual singularity that would make Eckhart Tolle blush. "All-Star Superman" culminates with the titular Last Son of Krypton making the ultimate sacrifice – at least for now – as Lex Luthor realizes the value of the interconnectivity of the human race. "The Filth" wraps up as a reimagined millennial Gaia is approached by the desperate lead, who is literally clutching the “filth” his life has become, asking what to do with it. Telling him to turn lemons into lemonade, she tells him to “spread it on [his] flowers”.

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In this animated short from directors Junaid Chundrigar and Davor Bujakovic, Wonder Woman finds stopping a simple bank robbery isn't so simple when all the men around can't stop staring at her star-spangled shorts.

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Over the past year, writer Bryan Q. Miller and a rotating team of artists have been slowly building the universe of "Smallville" into its own, far-reaching superhero continuity in the "Smallville Season 11" digital-first comics series.

In August, that reach will extend a little bit further. "Smallville Season 11" #16 will introduce one of the DC Universe's top-tier characters into the mix, and while she may not necessarily play the role she does in the New 52, she's sure to shake things up. I asked Miller what's in store, and just who this character, a princess from an island, if you were wondering, is.

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While Grant Morrison thought the "original idea" of Wonder Woman was kinda cool, as well as that Lynda Carter TV series -- that's pretty much it. His unnamed Wonder Woman comic book for DC will both contain elements of those WW versions, and be "a completely new version."

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