The Wonder Woman takeover is going global on June 3 with a worldwide celebration of pop culture’s iconic Amazonian princess.
Wonder Woman is so much more than just a character in a comic book. Diana Prince has been an integral part of pop culture for over 75 years and the best way to commemorate the release of her solo cinematic feature is with a worldwide celebration of epic proportions. On June 3, fans will gather around the world to take part in Wonder Woman-themed activities and special retail promotions in an event known as Wonder Woman Day.
Wonder Woman Day will incorporate unique shopping experiences, free comics and special programming at local comic shops and libraries, meet and greets with comic writers and artists like Greg Rucka and Shea Fontana, and exclusive digital promotions. Wonder Woman Day celebrations will take place at a variety of locations including libraries and comic shops along with major retailers like Barnes & Noble, Costco, Amazon and Walmart. For more information and details on Wonder Woman Day celebrations near you, visit DCAllAccess.com.
DC will offer free copies of Wonder Woman Day Special Edition #1 and DC Superhero Girls Wonder Woman Day #1 comics along with exclusive merchandise like tiaras and bracelets available for purchase at select locations. The event will kick off with six days of exclusive programming on DC All Access that will offer an inside look at all things Wonder Woman. Fans can also download an activity kit ahead of the big day with coloring pages and trivia.
Wonder Woman has already received rave reviews ahead of its June 2 release. Hosting Wonder Woman Day on June 3 will allow fans to carry the excitement over from the movie theaters and into a setting where fans can gather and celebrate the debut of the first solo superhero movie with a woman in the lead role.
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Wonder Woman hits theaters on June 2, and Wonder Woman Day takes place on June 3.