Last month, Archie Comics reintroduced firecracker Cheryl Blossom back into their new timeline. The Lodges moved away from Riverdale, with Veronica being shipped off to an all-girls school in Switzerland. A school where Cheryl has been running things as Queen Bee and will broke no upheaval to the Plastics hierarchy. In a scheme that was cruel even by Blossom standards, Veronica was a patsy in making the scholarship student Julia’s birthday miserable. All so Cheryl could put both girls’ in their place and isolate them from a potential friendship.
That’s pretty Machiavellian for sixteen.
Wonder Woman Lynda Carter makes her big debut as the United States' President tonight on The CW's Supergirl. A preview clip features her entrance and Melissa Benoist's adorable reaction to her.
Wonder Woman is celebrating her 75th anniversary this year, and DC Comics has been pulling out all the stops. In fact, they declared today — October 21 — to be “Wonder Woman Day” and I’ll be honest, I didn’t know you could just declare holidays and where can I get this kind of executive power?
Yesterday Marvel revealed a variant cover for their upcoming Invincible Iron Man title featuring 15-year-old Riri Williams. It provoked strong reactions from both fans and creators, and it looks like Marvel has responded by canceling the cover and showing us their more conventional depiction of the character.
UPDATE 10/20/16 4:15PM EDT
Midtown Comics has pulled the Invincible Iron Man #1 variant cover by J. Scott Williams of Riri Williams out of her Ironheart armor. A quick peek at Midtown Comics site show the variant with a bold “DO NOT USE (Item Canceled)” declaration. Marvel representatives confirmed to me the choice to pull the cover was a joint decision from Marvel and Midtown Comics. The Campbell variant of Williams in her superhero suit remains available for pre-order. Our Jill Pantozzi has more here.
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Remember that fantastic Star Wars commercial Target put out recently? Campbell's Soup has their take now featuring Marvel's Spider-Man.
Variety has been on a roll lately with their "Power of Women" features. Earlier this week they had a great talk with Wonder Woman's Gal Gadot and now it's Black Widow's turn! Scarlett Johansson filled them in on the chances of her getting a Marvel solo film.