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Write-up by Henry Varona. Interview by Gregg Katzman

With a legacy of thousands of comics and millions of fans worldwide, Wonder Woman has made an amazing impact around the entire world in her great 75 year history. With her cinematic debut hitting theaters this weekend, many fans are clamoring for the Amazon Princess like never before. But to many of these fans, Susan Eisenberg’s portrayal of the character defined their love for Wonder Woman. With a list of credits that include the acclaimed Justice League and Justice League Unlimited cartoons, the Justice League: Doom animated movie, the Injustice video game series, and much more, Eisenberg has cemented her place in the history of Diana of Themyscira. To check out great Wonder Woman stories, click HERE!

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Last week, Midtown Comics was home to Wonder Woman herself! Gal Gadot stopped by to do an interview with Katie Couric for Yahoo! News. It was a sensational event, with the two outstanding women talking about the origins of the character, as well as her significant presence in pop culture, specifically with women around the world. Read more Wonder Woman HERE! To check out the interview itself, click HERE!

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FunkoPOP

We’re celebrating Patty Jenkins’ upcoming Wonder Woman movie with a seriously wonderful giveaway! One very lucky fan out there is going to win a Wonder Woman movie Funko POP that was signed by Wonder Woman herself, actress Gal Gadot!

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2017 has already been a great year for movies – Logan was incredible and LEGO Batman was a bunch of fun! Plenty of movies are still on the way, and thankfully for us, some pretty awesome trailers have been released! However, we’re curious… which trailer do you like the most? Watch all of ’em below and then vote in the poll at the very bottom of the page!

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2016: The year Gregg Katzman spent way too much time thinking about BvS

2016: The year Gregg Katzman spent way too much time thinking about BvS

Movies play a huge role in my life. I remember being afraid as I watched the first ant scene in Honey, I Shrunk The Kids when I was just four years old, and I remember the excitement of watching the Ninja Turtles take on the Foot Clan when I was six. Whether a film turns out to be a personal favorite or a disappointment, it has the potential to stick with you for the rest of your life. After all, you’re dedicating around an hour and a half to two hours or so of your time to focus solely on a single story. It has your complete attention and you’re investing time in it – not only the time you spend watching the movie, but often the countless hours you’ll spend thinking about it afterwards. One of the worst things a movie can be is forgettable. Love or hate it, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is by no means forgettable. Now that we’re in 2017, I want to share just how much my thoughts have evolved on one of 2016’s biggest comic book movies.
 

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This week Gregg, Gavin and Ted chat about The Legend of Wonder Woman’s cancellation, the Spider-Man Homecoming trailer, Super Mario Go, the Gotham City Sirens movie, and Ted reviews Star Wars Rogue One, and everyone gives their pick for a comic related holiday gift.

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