Wonder Woman has left an indelible mark on many of us. Whether we read her comics as kids, saw that infamous Ms. cover, or grew up watching Lynda Carter become Diana Prince on television, Wonder Woman's strength, independence, and optimism has made her a iconic superheroine for over 70 years. Now imagine being a Wonder Woman fan who gets to actually write her story. Amanda Deibert and Cat Staggs are two lucky comics fans.
I had a heated conversation with a friend yesterday about the disheartening, to say the very least, Ray Rice decision. This friend was vehement about the fact that if a woman beat a man unconscious, I'd never hear about it on a Feminist news site and Feminists everywhere would congratulate the woman for standing up for herself.
Film adaptations of dystopian young adult fiction are officially a “thing.” This year alone will see the release of at least four: the third Hunger Games, new blockbuster Divergent, Maze Runner, and finally The Giver, which opened last Friday.