Monday, December 29, 2008

'Tis The Season

Well, technically, it's a bit late for Christmas gifts, but it's always the season for BMWW fanart. Right?

And a little New Years present.

And a happy new year, hopefully full of many BMWW things.
~Art by Bloodmilkk and TheDarkCat, who both have deviantart accounts.

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

That's hot...

Ok, some very, very short scenes from JLA: Another Nail. I wish there was more, but we take what we can get.
Here's Diana missing Bruce...

And here is Diana being the happiest person to see him back. Well, that's what my ship-vision goggles tell me, anyway.

I've been meaning to post this for a while... But never have. This is a very cracky BMWW piece, so be warned. It seems like it would be excellent fodder for a fanfic, in case anyone's searching for ideas.

Hopefully, there will be some real BMWW stuff to post soon. Trinity is supposed to get the big three back soon, so let's all keep our fingers crossed.
Also, the JLA is supposed to appear in Wonder Woman #28, so we might get something there, too. Sadly, that's not coming out until January, but patience is supposed to be good for the soul.

New Featured Fan Art

By Druce-White-Owl from

You can find his gallery HERE

Thursday, December 11, 2008

BM/WW in the Dec. 2008 issue of Penthouse

They interviewed a few people in relation to fan fiction involving Batman getting it on with the ladies. Well it just so happens one such person was Meljean Brook or Ugly Girl, which is the name she wrote all her fan fiction under. If you haven't read her work you're doing yourself a disservice. There's a few paragraphs talking about the Ship and about Meljean's success as a novelist. If you are of age you should try to find the article somewhere.

Realworlds:Justice League of America

ButterscotchLion provided me with these scans and upon looking at them I think I actually have this issue somewhere in my collection. So I'll scour it for some more goodies if I can find it.

These scan are from Realworlds: Justice League of America published by DC Comics in 2000. You can find the images HERE

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Minimates Batman and Wonder Woman

Thought this was neat

You can find this over at Ed Johnson's FIGURATIVELY SPEAKING webcomics

JLA Build-A-Scene

I know one part I'm gonna buy

Is it just me or is Superman jealous? It's either that or he's checking out Batman's ass.

UG's old site

Alot of you may know this site, but I thought it was worth posting for the newcomers.

'Shippers Anonymous

Lots of interesting stuff there.

Monday, December 8, 2008

Found a neat Blog skin

This is a pretty neat looking blog skin I found. I think I'm gonna use it for my personal blog if I can ever make it work :/

You can find it HERE

Help wanted

Still looking for collaborators for the blog. If you're interested let me know.

Friday, December 5, 2008

Wonder Woman: The Hiketeia

I'd always assumed I had this posted, but I was informed recently that I didn't. So I scanned these in this morning and updated them to the site here. Enjoy.

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

New Images

New images in the Latest Finds section of the site. Lots of good stuff this time, including some funny panels from For the man who has everything from Superman Annual #11. This issue may be familiar to alot of you due to it being adapted into a Justice League episode by the same title.

Images here

Monday, December 1, 2008

New Fan Art Section

As you may have noticed there is a new section on the Image Archive called Fan Art. Well, I've added a new sub forum where anyone and everyone can post their fan art or link me to something they think I should see and I'll put it in our new Fan Art section.

I've even posted a bit of my own fan art about our favorite pairing.

Saturday, November 29, 2008

The Bat, The Cat, and the Amazon

Well spoken words by Icha on the batmanwwarkham2 yahoo group.

Hi all,
Just wanna explore some epiphanies I have recently about the lack of BatWondy romance in DC comics and also animated version (naturally). Seems that, although the last two years have been GREAT for Wonder Woman fans with Gail Simone on board, but BatWondy fans are left low and dry. And now with the convoluted Batman RIP arcs, we have Heart of the Hush with Batman-Catwoman romance as the central theme.
Had I learned about this HoH three years ago, I would be very agitated and annoyed with that. Now... I'm a bit down because - again - DC has ditched away the potentials of BatWondy stories, understandably from editorial and historical POV. But I also realise that in another story, there's Trinity and the obvious special bonds between Bruce Wayne/Batman and Diana/Wonder Woman. It might not be romance per Bruce/Selina now, but the bonds are there, the trust is there.
I guess what I wanna say here is a fair analysis of what's going on in DCU. That... I can see why many ppl are interested in Bat/Cat romance. It's just thrilling, full of lust and passions, and also potentials for noir stories a la Bat books (but again, BatWondy can also create noir stories a la Gods of Gotham...). Selina Kyle is feisty, independent, and very sexy, and her on again off again romance with Bruce is...addicting. And perhaps Hush is right. Compared to Bruce's other women (Talia, Jezebel, etc etc, even Zatanna), Selina is actually top score. She does hold a special place in Bruce's heart. And my recent affinity to this Kitty makes it easier for me to accept it. Heh, I even might like the Heart of Hush storyarc later on.
But there's a hole there that Selina might not be able to fill in properly. Trust and belief. A higher beacon in life for Bruce, and that is provided only by Diana. And Diana is not just another woman, or a superhero freak or whatever words Paul Dini/Hush said about Batman's female colleagues. This particular role of Diana's are clear in Trinity comics and also Gods of Gotham (again, my Bible. Praise Jimenez). Diana is Bruce's beacon, and whatever happens, it stays that way. That's why Bruce was angry when Diana killed Max Lord; that's why he told her to get out of his cave, while he easily accepted Selina killing Black Mask (who deserved it anyway). Diana is and always be Bruce's beacon, and he can't afford that beacon to fade away. He needs her, like it or not.
I believe that a popular culture can have its own life. How else can we explain the persistence and survival of several comic characters while other older characters faded away? Inexplicably, only in recent decade (starting from 30 years ago actually, counting the pre-crisis Brave and the Bold series), BatWondy romance emerges as the strongest (dare I say) contender towards the 60s years of BatCat romance. Perhaps because this collective comic awareness called Bruce Wayne/Batman finally needs to channel and compensate his darkness through the not-so-fictional entity called Diana of Themyscira, the Wonder Woman. He needs her light to get through, to bring back and retain his humanity. Was it not Diana who was with Bruce in Nanda Parbat when he was in seclusion post Infinite Crisis? And though I was annoyed with Alan Heinberg's utter lateness in delivering WW comics during his run, he got at least one thing correct: Bruce's and Diana's strong bonds. Didn't Batman say, "Use the lasso on me if you don't believe me. They love you, Diana. They always have. Because that's what you inspire in anyone who's ever met you. That's what makes you powerful than anyone." during the latest WW Annual?
Batman and Bruce Wayne loves Selina Kyle the Catwoman. I can accept that now. I find it romantic and passionate, even. But I also realise now that Batman and Bruce Wayne also loves another woman, and - dare I say - that love surpasses his eros love for Selina. That pure unadultered love is reserved for Diana of Themyscira, the Wonder Woman, whether she's now with the lame Nemesis or being a happy single warrior of peace.
And I can't say that I'm unhappy about it. It places Diana in a special place in Bruce's heart, reserved only for her. If Catwoman dies, Batman will be broken hearted, no doubt. But if Wonder Woman dies, the Dark Knight will lose his anchor. And that's a fate worse than death.
Do my ramblings make sense?