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    I'm still of the opinion that Nord is trying to hone a new style with heavy Darwyn Cooke inspiration, and that its not quite there yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sacred Knight View Post
    I'm still of the opinion that Nord is trying to hone a new style with heavy Darwyn Cooke inspiration, and that its not quite there yet.
    I don't think the style was the problem, really. The problem really was that Nord's art put in the wrong emotional beats that the story needed and called for, and that he put the least effort into drawing Diana.

    Anyway, Bleeding Cool reports that Lee Garbett will do the art for Wonder Woman #76, instead of Jesus Merino, though they also say that Merino is still scheduled for #77 (all confirmed via previewsworld). To me, that seems rather late to hear of such a change, given that the issue is only five weeks or or so, though it's possible they did so silently and no-one picked up on it yet.
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