Steve Trevor is the main and unconquerable problem with Patty Jenkins’ follow-up to 2017’s nearly perfect Wonder Woman origin story, but it’s not the film’s only issue. Wonder Woman 1984 is a complete mess.
Zack Snyder and Joss Whedon were not, of course, the first men to use Wonder Woman’s body — and especially her butt — as a blank page onto which they could project their feelings about Wonder Woman, specifically, and women, generally.
Also, of course: Who really killed Jenny Schecter?
It’s so weird and different and fun!
“5. Center Your Universe on Wonder Woman, Not Batman”
Writer/director/longtime lesbian favorite Angela Robinson has done a really subversive thing with the most talked-about period film of the fall: She’s brought an ardent screenplay, a soaring score, and unapologetically gauzy sunlight to bear on the story of the man, his wife, and their lover who created the most iconic female superhero of all time in the hopes that she would prepare the world for matriarchal rule — and a healthy side of bondage.
Themyscira is as gay as you knew it was.
Happy Canonically Bisexual Stars and Stripes Day!
How to watch this Comey Shitshow, Uber what the fuck, Trump is violating the constitution by blocking you on Twitter, more Wonder Woman, more Robin Wright, riot grrrl, Babadook, and so much more!
Sword of Athena. Lasso of Truth. Bracelets of Submission. Wonder Woman, at last, on the silver screen.
Stories include lesbian action in the Stitchers promo, Wonder Woman, Game Of Thrones’ potential first lesbian power couple, 15 Lesbian Kisses From Hollywood this one straight guy will Never Forget, TV Diversity not getting better, Syd the Kid, The Handmaid’s Tale, queer love songs and so much more!
I love reading queerness into things, so I thought this week that’s what I would do: read queerness into as many scenes of this trailer as I could.
Steven Universe and Wonder Woman and Carmilla and Wynonna Earp and Lost Girl and Batwoman and Lumberjanes, oh my!
Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira, and Roxane Gay all join Black Panther; Wynonna Earp gets renewed; Rebecca Sugar comes out; Brie Larson is Captain Marvel; and so much more!
I’m definitely not saying that you should read all these comics, but these are the ones that I think will be your best shots for enjoying your weekly comics haul.
What’s cooler than being a superhero? Lesbian Superhero! I said, what’s cooler than being a superhero? Lesbian Superhero! Alrightalrightalrightalrightalrightalrighalright.
We’ve got a Wonder Woman movie with a woman director! We’ve got not one, but two POC superhero movies! We’ve got Spider-Gwen, Gamora and Mockingbird! We’ve even got Squirrel Girl!
With lots of amazing cosplay photos. Because, seriously, wow.
Wherein we further discuss the sex we were already discussing today.
The shiniest things you need to know to enhance your (already excellent) crushing on Lucy Lawless.
San Diego Comic-Con 2014 just happened! Here’s all the news that’s relevant to your life!