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    Orion didn't have a problem, with respecting...

    Orion didn't have a problem, with respecting women; comparatively, he risked his life to protect Zola and Hera, without question, ..but never disrespected either of them. He had a problem with Wonder...
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    Some good points, here. Truthfully, Diana's...

    Some good points, here. Truthfully, Diana's interaction with then-not-annoying Cassie were her most human moments. John Byrne's run reminded us that the leading lady needs a supporting cast to...
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    John Byrne's WW run ultimately fails, because he...

    John Byrne's WW run ultimately fails, because he tried to do too much.

    What does he successfully do that most writers completely fail to accomplish? He gives the WW comic, a functional, regular...
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    If a post-Rebirth Steve Trevor was re-imagined,...

    If a post-Rebirth Steve Trevor was re-imagined, as something other than a hotshot, Navy fighter pilot, ..what would he be? Would he be a geologist? An archaeologist? An oil company executive? A cargo...
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    I'm ready for Cassie to go, since she's not a...

    I'm ready for Cassie to go, since she's not a quirky tomboy, anymore. What's she good for, anyway? She's another stupid bionic Barbie doll. What's so special about her? :mad:
  6. Mizuno, you know we have been musing this...

    Mizuno, you know we have been musing this 'gateway city' idea for a long time. My vision differs from yours, only in that I favor expanding the variety of the citizens to include gods or celestials,...
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    As compared to Col. Buttertop, at least, Max has...

    As compared to Col. Buttertop, at least, Max has some rough edges, ..something that invites risk, uncertainty and danger! Interest! I don't like that Maxwell Lord is flirting with Diana, because he's...
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    If Steve Trevor crash-landed on Paradise Island,...

    If Steve Trevor crash-landed on Paradise Island, in 1973, I find it hard to imagine him, written as a hotshot fighter pilot. Admittedly, I can't imagine what profession he would have, but, I think it...
  9. At the most, City X would be the backdrop for...

    At the most, City X would be the backdrop for subplots, unfolding, while Diana was bouncing around, in a chess universe. I don't think it would play the same role in WW stories that Metropolis or...
  10. I am sure Boston is a fine enough place and...

    I am sure Boston is a fine enough place and didn't mean to pick on Z or trivialize his favoring Boston. I just don't like Boston and haven't heard anything good about it, since Crispus Attucks and...
  11. If a writer is going to introduce an iconic,...

    If a writer is going to introduce an iconic, fictional city, this late in the game, the writer would have to put something important, here, ..like a dramatic-looking ARGUS headquarters, memorable or...
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    A Wonder Woman fighting German imperialism in...

    A Wonder Woman fighting German imperialism in Cameroon, in WWI, would have been amazing!
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    This is a GREAT blog post, showing all of us what...

    This is a GREAT blog post, showing all of us what the WW comic is sorely missing, right now, ..and has been, for several decades. What's that? Characters, we care about and look forward to seeing and...
  14. Prince Theno was hinted to be Wonder Woman's...

    Prince Theno was hinted to be Wonder Woman's father, in the Silver Age. Writer/editer Robert Kanigher introduced Theno, as having been Hippolyta's lover, prior to the Amazons' move to Paradise. On a...
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    I think, if we look back to Wonder Woman's Golden...

    I think, if we look back to Wonder Woman's Golden Age premise, we will find that Cheetah is not her natural enemy, when compared to the Baroness, Clea and Ares. When we look back at the Bronze Age, I...
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    Wonder Woman Over Cameroon (a photomanip), 2019...

    Wonder Woman Over Cameroon (a photomanip), 2019 Mel Dyer
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    Sorry if it sounds petty, but seeing the Bat...

    Sorry if it sounds petty, but seeing the Bat insignia on Wonder Woman's belt... I don't like it. It's almost as if the writer has decided that her world, the Wonderverse, is not good enough to stand...
  18. Diana, Etta and playfully naughty Queen Desira...

    Diana, Etta and playfully naughty Queen Desira would work for me, just as well.

    Read the stories on Comixology - Marston often used Desira, as a proxy for Hippolyta...why? Desira, in narrative...
  19. I think that's what it was, conceptually at...

    I think that's what it was, conceptually at least, when the Spectre lived there.
  20. It might have been an even bigger hit, if the CBS...

    It might have been an even bigger hit, if the CBS show was built around Diana's butt-kicking and friendship with Rita, and IADC Director Joe Aikens backing her up, in action, sometimes. It might have...
  21. The WW show from the 70s would have been so much...

    The WW show from the 70s would have been so much stronger and long-lived, if only it had been built around Diana's relationship with a slightly bumbling, modern, everywoman companion (Etta or Pat)...
  22. Thank you! I think I would like the narrative...

    Thank you!

    I think I would like the narrative structure that tying-in with a CW series would bring the WW comic. While Diana, Etta, Steve and Mala are humanoid, I can imagine Diana's Army (Tm....
  23. A commercially successful TV series, taking...

    A commercially successful TV series, taking Jenkins' Diana into action-packed, weekly adventures, with Etta and Steve in tow - Mala keeping house - might improve the comic, ..through tying-in. Tie-in...
  24. Sure, it could be an animated series! For a...

    Sure, it could be an animated series!

    For a live-action series, ..I would put Diana, Etta and Mala in a brownstone mansion, which multi-purposed, as home, arsenal and command center. This new...
  25. What do you imagine a new Wonder Woman TV series might look like?

    If you just had Diana, Etta, Steve and Hippolyta or Mala to build a TV show premise around, ..what might a new Wonder Woman TV series look like? Where is the setting for the series...Gateway City,...
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