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    Legendary Member daBronzeBomma's Avatar
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    Default Which writer and/or artist do you wish would take their first crack at Diana?

    Is there a writer or artist (or team) that you'd love to see work on WONDER WOMAN?

    Or, more specifically, is there a specific writer or artist that you are kinda surprised HASN'T yet worked on Diana in any major way?

    Joelle Jones, for me.

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    My list:


    Geoff Johns(His portrayal of Diana got so good towards the end of his JL run.)
    Jason Faber
    Kelly Sue DeConnick(I thought she handled Diana's guest-appearances in Aquaman quite well.)
    Brett Booth
    Jeff Parker
    Jason Badower(His Sensation Comics story was phenomenal!)
    Stephen Sadowski
    Currently Reading:Hawkman, Justice League, Justice League Dark, Legion of Super Heroes, Shazam, Wonder Woman, & Young Justice.

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    Joelle Jones was my go to answer, but instead Peter David or Jason Aaron as writer with Russell Dauterman on art.

    I'm also really curious to see what Jonathan Hickman or Bendis would do with Wonder Woman and her world.
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    Not a comic book writer, but Gwenda Bond. She's the author who wrote those YA Lois Lane novels, I freaking love those. If she gets Diana at least half as well as she gets Lois it'd be a serious treat. I imagine her doing like a novel with a teen Wonder Woman first coming into man's world or something. Don't know, but it'd be an instant buy from me.

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    Neil Gaiman, Al Ewing, KSD, Eve Ewing, NK Jemisin, Mark Russel, and Jason Aaron for writers.

    Russel Dauterman, Oliver Copiel, Ivan Reis, Jason Fabok, Joelle Jones, David Marquez, and Sara Pichelli for artists.

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    Depending on how well Historia does, I'd be open to Kelly Sue DeConnick on it.

    Would also be down for Ewing or Hickman if that's ever a possibility.

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    I know he's written briefly for her before but I'd be interested in Christopher Priest getting a try a long run.

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    Mark Russell. Love his Red Sonja run.

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    Rebecca Sugar.

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    Ben Caldwell
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    Mark Waid: he thinks he did Diana disservice in his portrayal in “Kingdom Come”, I disagree...

    Joss Whedon: he’s had enough downtime to be ready for a “redemption” effort. Not that I think he needs one.

    And my out of the blue choice that I’ve held for years now...
    Drew Barrymore: her “girl power” through line in her work as a producer/actress and her anti-gun stance in entertainment square up right with Wondy. With the right co-writer who knows the comic book genre (paging Gail Simone), I think she’d do AMAZING work in the World of Wonder.

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    Oh, and pie in the sky wish for an artist at ANY time would be Arthur Adams. He’s done small stories and pinups (hopefully he’s repress the cheesecake in case of a regular gig), but I don’t believe he’s done much substantial work on Wonder Woman.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SiegePerilous02 View Post
    Depending on how well Historia does, I'd be open to Kelly Sue DeConnick on it.

    Would also be down for Ewing or Hickman if that's ever a possibility.
    Phil Jimenez, who is drawing Historia has had nothing bu praise...which considering how much he loves the character is a good thing indeed.

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    Don’t know if writing her in crossovers and JL count but I’d be interested in Scott Synder on a solo book with her.

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    Geoff Johns
    Mark Russell
    Neil Gaiman
    Kelly Sue DeConnick
    Greg Weisman
    Rebecca Sugar
    Tom Taylor
    Tom King
    James Tyrion IV
    Brian K. Vaughan
    Rick Remender


    Jason Fabok
    Babs Tarr
    Steven Sadowski
    Olivier Copiel
    Ben Caldwell
    Luciano Vecchio
    Fiona Staples
    John Cassaday
    Chris Sprouse
    Xander Canon

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    Quote Originally Posted by OBrianTallent View Post
    Phil Jimenez, who is drawing Historia has had nothing bu praise...which considering how much he loves the character is a good thing indeed.

    YESS bring him back. Heck I'd love John Byrne to take another crack at it too.

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