Hooray! The entire world's talking about the release of Benelux Crumblethumblethatch's Dr Strange movie!
That can only mean one thing!
That I'm sat here looking at the latest Wonder Woman trailer!
No wonder they call me, "The man the Zeitgeist bypassed."
Still, I have to say it all looks rather super. I do approve of the World War One setting, which lends her a certain timeless quality, and it all looks to have an appealing visual style - although I hope there'll be more to it than just, "Wonder Woman fights World War One," as that would be a little lacking in doings of a superhuman nature for my liking.
I like that Wonder Woman has a non-American accent. I like that the film appears to mix drama with humour, with a bit of real-world social history thrown in.
So, so far, I declare that it looks promising and like it might be a good deal more entertaining than some recent DC offerings have been.
I must confess, though, that I did get a bit over-excited when I saw those white cliffs and thought it meant the Amazons live in Dover.
Tragically, subsequent shots in the trailer would suggest they don't.
I inflicted the novels "Danny Yates Must Die" and "Mr Landen Has No Brain" on the world, as well as a bunch of short stories under a bunch of pseudonyms.
I also run the blogs "Steve Does Comics" and "Steve Does Dr Who".
My latest novel - "Fatal Inheritance" - is out now on Amazon Kindle. If you like women fighting the forces of evil, it's the book for you.