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In J.M. DeMatteis, Bruce Timm and Rick Leonardi's "Justice League: Gods and Monsters - Wonder Woman" #1, Bekka crash-lands in 1960s India and makes her way to a hippie commune in America, where she rediscovers her mission.
After watching the DC Universe Original Movie, and reading three of its comic tie-ins, we try to make sense of the alternate universe of "Justice League: Gods and Monsters."
The writer discusses new but not-so-different versions of Batman, Wonder Woman and Superman in the "Gods and Monsters" companion comic series.
Bruce Timm, Tamara Taylor, C. Thomas Howell and more discussed their alternate DC Universe take on these fan-favorite characters at Comic-Con.
A mysterious plot against the League is revealed, and Wonder Woman spars with Steve Trevor in a pair of clips from the animated film.
Legendary animator Bruce Timm spoke with CBR TV at Comic-Con Interantional about his new feature and reimagining Superman, Batman & Wonder Woman.
A new clip from the animated feature film asks, should the the League save the world - or rule it?
Bruce Timm, Sam Liu and more discuss the origins and challenges of developing almost familiar but totally different characters.
The dark reality's Superman concocts the perfect plan to ensure world peace -- whether the world likes it or not.
Bruce Timm's New God-inspired take on the classic character arrives, with a quippier attitude, a bullet-deflecting sword and a new rogues gallery.
The son of Zod battles a new take on Clark Kent's classic foe in the latest story from Bruce Timm's new animated DC project.
It's an all-different Dark Knight taking on a more-evil-than-ever Harley in the first look at Bruce Timm's new, darker DC reality.
The animator reveals to CBR News that the controversial conclusion of "Man of Steel" mirrored his original plans for "Superman: Doomsday."
The legendary creator spoke with CBR about creating new versions of classic heroes, Bruce, Diana and Clark's fates on this world, and more.