greg-pak:

alexsegura:

Batman & Catwoman by Cliff Chiang

Lovely.

My 2nd favorite DC and power couple. :)

greg-pak:

alexsegura:

Batman & Catwoman by Cliff Chiang

Lovely.

My 2nd favorite DC and power couple. :)

jules616:

"…the big man’s on deck."
Batman / Superman Annual #1.

jules616:

"…the big man’s on deck."

Batman / Superman Annual #1.

anthonior:

Dancing at the Club.
Chris Canibano flat work color work on the last pages of Superman & Wonder Woman #7. 

Clark Kent and Diana 

anthonior:

Dancing at the Club.

Chris Canibano flat work color work on the last pages of Superman & Wonder Woman #7. 

Clark Kent and Diana 

hellyeahsupermanandwonderwoman:

twelvepaldii:

pendragoned:

#THAT’S BIG COMING FROM YOU CAPTAIN AMERICA

the only thing that makes this better is that that chick is black widow

twelvepaldii:

pendragoned:

#THAT’S BIG COMING FROM YOU CAPTAIN AMERICA

the only thing that makes this better is that that chick is black widow

benjamingrimes:

Blood Moon eclipse. Next time I’m going to rent a longer lens.
4/15/14

benjamingrimes:

Blood Moon eclipse. Next time I’m going to rent a longer lens.

4/15/14

bear1na:

Superman #31 interior art - pencils by Ed Benes, inks by Jaime Mendoza

bear1na:

Superman #31 interior art - pencils by Ed Benes, inks by Jaime Mendoza

Mr Pak, I keep coming across some fans who keep calling those who write the Superman/Wonder Woman relationship and support the coupling as sexist and promoting misogyny. I really don't understand this myself as I never saw SM as a symbol of male repression and WW is a unique, strong, independent hero and if anything she challenges/contrasts with Kal's pov in many interesting ways. Seeing you have touched on them as a couple and will be writing Diana, do you think you are promoting sexism?
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hellyeahsupermanandwonderwoman:

greg-pak:

Thanks for the question! The short answer is no, I don’t think the Superman/Wonder Woman relationship necessarily results in sexist storytelling, nor would I ever purposefully promote sexism in anything I write.

I might write about sexist characters or write about worlds/scenarios imbued with sexism — you can see that in the attitude of the crusaders in TUROK right now. But I hope I’m not doing so uncritically.

I totally understand how folks can get worried about how Wonder Woman is handled. She’s a huge character who represents a lot to millions of people. And, as with Superman, I think writers have a special challenge to write her convincingly as a human being with the flaws and foibles that make characters dramatically compelling while maintaining that very special kind of heroism that makes her so special.

But I think if you look at my record, I’ve worked hard to write interesting and multi-dimensional women in my films and books. I’ll continue doing that with Diana to the best of my ability.

Readers, as always, will be the judge of all this.

All the best.

Thank you , Greg Pak!

I am a girl, WW is my hero and  I love sm/ww! Have no clue why anyone would call it and those who like them sexist!