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    Name her Roar...as in, "I am woman--hear me roar,...

    Name her Roar...as in, "I am woman--hear me roar, ..in numbers too great to ignore...", from Helen Reddy's song.
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    She could certainly live in a house on Holliday...

    She could certainly live in a house on Holliday College's campus, Mizuno. It could be established, as her base in Man's World - home, arsenal, gym, etc - leaving Paradise Island, as her hometown,...
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    This could be accomplished by giving Wonder Woman...

    This could be accomplished by giving Wonder Woman the trophy of a reformed supervillain, among her supporting cast. A recurring character, one of the non-murdering ones, appearing less, than every...
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    Paradise Island used to be Wonder Woman's...

    Paradise Island used to be Wonder Woman's Batcave. If editors could manage use of the Island, that way, again, my regular cast would include Etta, Steve and Hippolyta. There was a time, in the 70s,...
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    Steve, Etta, Mala and Ferdinand are a solidly...

    Steve, Etta, Mala and Ferdinand are a solidly good start for a regular (every/evr. other issue) cast. They have been in the comic, since the Golen Age.I also think Diana's regular company should...
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    There is, after 70-plus years, ..no seminal,...

    There is, after 70-plus years, ..no seminal, definitive work, like a Dark Knight Returns, for/from the WW comics, and that is truly a shame. Most of the greatest, modern WW stories can probably be...
  7. I just saw Doctor Domino....so bizarre! I love...

    I just saw Doctor Domino....so bizarre! I love him!
  8. I think this comic is still wasting its best...

    I think this comic is still wasting its best rogues, and it's had a score of chances to prove, otherwise. I don't feel sorry for the WW comic.
  9. Poll: That is the endorsement I was waiting for. :cool:

    That is the endorsement I was waiting for. :cool:
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    I think giving Steve a rival for Diana's...

    I think giving Steve a rival for Diana's affection, or giving Diana an alternative love interest, who isn't in competition with Steve, would force writers to distinguish the two. That might give...
  11. There's no great soul-defining 'WW' story, in the...

    There's no great soul-defining 'WW' story, in the tradition of DARK KNIGHT or ALL-STAR SUPERMAN. There isn't. In it's place, in 70-plus years, ..there's nothing. For what started as the most...
  12. I shudder at what this new costume is going to...

    I shudder at what this new costume is going to look like, ..especially, when I recall that horrid thing, with the pop-out wrist shanks and the V-shaped window, over her box.
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    The WWB cast is Wonder Woman, Etta Candy, Steve...

    The WWB cast is Wonder Woman, Etta Candy, Steve Trevor, Doc Julia, Ferdinand - that's a classic cast, even for the WW comic.
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    Great segue for Prince Jason's return, as Mister...

    Great segue for Prince Jason's return, as Mister Wonder!
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    This movie looks like a good set-up for the...

    This movie looks like a good set-up for the comic.

    The classic, regular cast is Wonder Woman, Etta Candy, Steve Trevor, Doc Julia and Ferdinand the Minotaur...perfect.

    Retconning Silver Swan's...
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    Walt Simonson's layered development of Marvel's...

    Walt Simonson's layered development of Marvel's Loki, in THOR, which has been followed up by some very talented writers, over the years, is what convinced me that Circe could be so much more, ..than...
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    I think I said that, at the end of my post, if...

    I think I said that, at the end of my post, if you read the whole thing. If we're running with Homeric Circe, let's have Homeric Circe!

    Let's go further! Imagine a terrified Circe fleeing Olympian...
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    Don't misunderstand me. I've been one of Circe's...

    Don't misunderstand me. I've been one of Circe's staunchest champions, and I'm talking about the Perez, Homeric Circe of WOGs. Read my CBR forum post history, and you'll see.

    As I see it, her...
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    'Fabled' does not mean fictional, and especially,...

    'Fabled' does not mean fictional, and especially, when considering Nubia. Nubia (Sudan) is a part of the world, with which legends are freely associated, and it was certainly a fabled land, in the...
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    The Amazons are named for gods and fabled lands,...

    The Amazons are named for gods and fabled lands, like Nubia. There would be nothing unusual about one, named 'Circe'.

    Circe could be from anywhere on Earth or beyond it, from another dimension or...
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    I just don't see any reason that Circe's...

    I just don't see any reason that Circe's backstory has to be tied to the Amazons, at all. I also don't see why she's hanging around Earth, except to make the Olympians pay for reducing her father...
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    I don't see why Circe has to be the Homeric...

    I don't see why Circe has to be the Homeric Circe, and not an evil outcast Amazon, named Circe, ..or some entirely original character, from a strange dimension, with powers that recalled those of the...
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    Nubia, while heroic, was otherwise unrecognizable...

    Nubia, while heroic, was otherwise unrecognizable in #75.
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    I wasn't gunning for you, with that post,...

    I wasn't gunning for you, with that post, Ascended. Sorry, if it sounded that way. Just recalling for those, who don't know or remember, the days, when great editors shaped the destiny of great comic...
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    There was a time, when the GREAT editors, Stan...

    There was a time, when the GREAT editors, Stan Lee and Mort Weisinger, guided how writers used the most promising comic characters. Fans wrote letters, hand-written ones, about who they felt were the...
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