The Cliffs of Insanity: Wonder Woman and the Bechdel Test

A comic that co-stars Wonder Woman doesn't pass the Bechdel test and it's emblematic of a larger problem.

Flashpoint Friday—<em>World of Flashpoint – Featuring Wonder Woman</em>

This Flashpoint installment looks at the Wonder Woman and Aquaman titles. Any hopes for fresh alternate takes on the characters were quickly dashed by going to same old, same old.

The Cliffs of Insanity: Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman's appeal is as a feminist role model. Quit trying to alter that, DC Comics, and, start celebrating it instead.

Wonder Woman Day: Wonder-ful Crafts

If all today's Wonder Woman posts are inspiring you to add a bit more Wonder Woman into your life then maybe a craft project is just what you need. Whether you're looking for something you could create in an ...

Wonder Woman: The Comic Needs To Go Back To Feminist Roots

I'd rather go back to Wonder Woman's twirl as being the best known aspect of the character, rather than her being a product of a society that murders and enslaves children. This is not who the character is. It's ...

Throwing a Wonder Woman Baby Shower

If you're new to the whole baby shower thing, or you’re looking for ideas for your nerdy gal pals, here are a few how-tos for throwing a baby shower with a Wonder Woman theme.

7 Super Wonder Woman Gifts and Wants

GeekMom Rachel puts together her ultimate Wonder Woman wishlist.

Wonder Woman Spins Into 3 Fun Kids’ Books

Wonder Woman has graced comic books with her presence since 1941, and in recent years the Amazon princess has made her debut in picture books and novels for young readers looking for their first introductions to the ...

Welcome to Wonder Woman Day on GeekMom!

In honor of Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines airing tonight on PBS' Independent Lens, we have declared today Wonder Woman Day to celebrate the Amazon princess.

The Cliffs of Insanity: Batwoman and The Lack of Imagination at Warner Bros.

Did Batwoman's creators walk because DC nixed a lesbian wedding? And why is Warner Bros. going for the obvious with Superman versus Batman?