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  1. Note that Patty Jenkins has been more or less...

    Note that Patty Jenkins has been more or less clear from the beginning that they were ignoring some aspects of BvS already in WW17, especially the "walk away from humanity" idea.
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    On the other hand, I get the feeling that there...

    On the other hand, I get the feeling that there is plenty of editorial demands here, to tie things into the Year of the Villain. The natural continuation for the current storyline would really be...
  3. He did art on the starting Justice League Odyssey...

    He did art on the starting Justice League Odyssey titles as well as the Wonder Woman story in Dog Days of Summer. I think he also has done some Aquaman titles.

    He also has several creator-owned...
  4. The situation for women in JSA makes me wonder if...

    The situation for women in JSA makes me wonder if female characters aren't generally hit harder by retcons and reboots? Not only that there are fewer of them in the first place, but that they...
  5. Thread: WW issue 72 rate.

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    Poll: In a way, I think Wilson being behind schedule...

    In a way, I think Wilson being behind schedule (due to the book tour) might have played a part in how this appears. Having Diana being tossed around by the colossus, or being pursued and then...
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    Pankration should be enough for them.

    Pankration should be enough for them.
  7. Oh, DC has been all over the place here, and...

    Oh, DC has been all over the place here, and clearly there are writers, artists, and editors who are more accepting and positive towards Ivy's and Harley's relationship than others. But I also think...
  8. Reading the solicitation, it seems DC still are...

    Reading the solicitation, it seems DC still are afraid of presenting Harley and Ivy as a couple: "it’s a journey across the DC Universe that will change their friendship forever". I guess it's the...
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    Haven't read much of either, but Houser seems...

    Haven't read much of either, but Houser seems like she did a killing on Mother Panic, and anyone who can write a comic as a well-formed sonnet gets a major gold star in my book. Having both a female...
  10. Thread: WW issue 72 rate.

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    Poll: Well, this was a dungeon crawl, but some...

    Well, this was a dungeon crawl, but some important stuff happens anyway. I really like Diana's opening philosophical monologue to the opening action.

    Perhaps the most important event is that our...
  11. From interviews, this is what Patty Jenkins is...

    From interviews, this is what Patty Jenkins is going for—she seems genuinely interested in the mid-80's era, with both the civilisation accomplishments and the various tensions in society. You also...
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    Poll: Note: I'm going to be at this year's...

    Note: I'm going to be at this year's Swecon—Replicon 2019—this weekend, so we'll have to see if I can manage to get something up this Saturday. Feel free to chime in anyway, it's been somewhat alone...
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    We'll have to see, but given what Jenkins managed...

    We'll have to see, but given what Jenkins managed to do with Steve Trevor and Etta Candy, I think we might get a very interesting and compelling Cheetah, no matter which pieces of the character she...
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    Meanwhile, I first looked if there had been a...

    Meanwhile, I first looked if there had been a comics version of Flĺklypa Grand Prix (The Pinchcliffe Grand Prix in English), but sadly there haven't been one.

    ...
  15. Checking the DC wikia, 1984 is the period of...

    Checking the DC wikia, 1984 is the period of mainly Dan Mishkin (writer) and Don Heck (pencils/ink). There were also the Huntress backup stories. The only story I've read of these is one where an...
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    I think this contest has already been decided,...

    I think this contest has already been decided, but I'll drive off into the deep end…
  17. Congratulations MajorHoy, and thanks to...

    Congratulations MajorHoy, and thanks to Nschornhorst for the vote! As a good friend to me says about Pride, the radical roots of it should be remembered.

    My comments about Daredevil and Oracle was...
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    Poll: Planning and contingencies is a known function in...

    Planning and contingencies is a known function in groups, think "chief of staff" more than "boss".

    Or the rest of the Justice League prefer to have him inside the tent pissing out instead, than...
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    Patty Jenkins on Cheetah in WW84...

    Patty Jenkins on Cheetah in WW84:
  20. I think I remember an old interview with, or...

    I think I remember an old interview with, or essay from, some Wonder Woman writer (might have been Christopher Priest, but now I can't find it) that they were "encouraged" by the Wonder Woman editor...
  21. Due to the cover contest this week (Social...

    Due to the cover contest this week (Social Commentary) I took a second look at my copy of Bryan Talbot's "The Tale of One Bad Rat", and noted that Talbot had made Batman adventures, so I hunted it...
  22. Thread: Preview Issue 72

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    This is literally all that is said, and it is at...

    This is literally all that is said, and it is at best a second hand of a second hand account:



    Meanwhile, every interview with Wilson that I've read, and all the tweets she has done about...
  23. Thread: Preview Issue 72

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    Source? Meanwhile I wonder how some posters...

    Source?

    Meanwhile I wonder how some posters here would react to Marston's original tales, where she is captured and tied up nearly every single episode…
  24. Lots of great covers covering a wide spread of...

    Lots of great covers covering a wide spread of social issues. But my vote goes to Javasaurus. I even have it signed.
  25. Sticky: Yep, and since Patty Jenkins seems set to focus...

    Yep, and since Patty Jenkins seems set to focus on the personal relation between Barbara Ann Minerve and Diana, and not only on the Wonder Woman–Cheetah antagonism, it's really well suited to a...
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