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    Interview with Trina Robbins


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sebastianne View Post
    Well DeConnick says in the interview that she was always a fan of Wonder Woman, a reader of her comics, in fact she says that it is George Perez's Wonder Woman who, perhaps like many of us, introduces her to Greek mythology and what brought her to study literature or somethin like that and other issues.
    Oh that's interesting. I will have to give this a listen when I have the time. I was under the impression that she was never that into Wonder Woman before doing Historia, at least that's the impression I got from an interview with Jimenez.

    Either way, she's already outpaced Azz as far as understanding the character's world is concerned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiegePerilous02 View Post
    Oh that's interesting. I will have to give this a listen when I have the time. I was under the impression that she was never that into Wonder Woman before doing Historia, at least that's the impression I got from an interview with Jimenez.

    Either way, she's already outpaced Azz as far as understanding the character's world is concerned.
    Well, in fairness. I think everyone comes off as a casual WW fan when compared to Jimenez.

    btw, thanks for sharing these Sebastianne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HestiasHearth View Post
    I suspect that WW gained many fans during Azz's run because he seems to be cut from the same storytelling cloth as Zach Snyder: he is very much into making her "badass and kickass," using that narrow, shallow, tired definition that so many fanboys have of that term. "Sword wielding sexy babe decapitating monsters, godsnand even humans, regardless of any other consideration" = "Badass"...
    I'm not a huge fan of Azzarello either, but that is not how he wrote Diana. She barely did any fighting in his run, which was actually a common complaint when he was writing her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sebastianne View Post
    Well the interviewer missed her chance to say various things to Azzarello, but I guess she had to be polite.
    What makes me very curious is what Didio's plan was for Diana, that Azzarello thought he was going to destroy Wonder Woman and that is why he decided to "save" her.
    What? Again with the save scenario? How can almost over twenty years past and someone has to "save" Diana from someone screwing her up?

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