The Wonder Woman Universe

Something For Everyone
Thu April 13, 2017 at 11:46 AM PDT

As we roll into the weekend, we thought we’d catch you up on what’s been happening in the expansive world of Wonder Woman. First off, this week marked the 75th Anniversary of our favorite Amazonian Princess demonstrating her famous lasso of truth.

 

But there’s plenty more happening as we rapidly approach the June 2 premiere of Wonder Woman, the movie that super hero fans have been waiting for. How about showing off your inner-warrior with the all-new gauntlet creator?

 

Even Wonder Woman herself, Gal Gadot, has gotten in the spirit by flashing some of the brand new merchandise.

 

There are now more than 100 Wonder Woman products available, so wear your colors proudly during the seven weeks leading up to the theatrical premiere. Everything from purses, shirts, hoodies, hats, jackets to cell phone covers and jewelry is available. Here's just a very small selection, but you can find the rest of this Wonder-ful array of merchandise now in the WBshop.

a small selection of wonder woman merchandise

 

Next month, there will be two offerings from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. First up is a special 75th Commemorative Edition of the enormously popular 2009 animated film Wonder Woman, which comes to Digital HD on May 2 and lands on Blu-ray and DVD May 16.

 

 

For the younger fans, the brand new DC Super Hero Girls: Intergalactic Games will be digitally available on May 9 followed by the Blu-ray and DVD on May 16.

 

And speaking of the younger set, all you parents may want to know that this month DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Consumer Products are celebrating DC Kids Super Hero Month with special online programming aimed at younger readers across multiple platforms. This new content is featured across the DC Super Hero Girls website (designed for girls ages 6-12), social media channels and app, as well as new episodes of DC Kids on DCKids.com. Part of the monthlong program centers around weekly Super Hero Training Camp exercises, intended to help kids reach their best potential by using DC's super hero characters as inspirations with lessons centering on the values of friendship, kindness and creativity, amongst other attributes.

 

And here's to a Wonder-ful holiday weekend.