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    Default Specific writers you would like to see take on WW

    Name specific writers, please. Not just what you would want/not want to see.
    Keep in mind that you have about as much chance of changing my mind as I do of changing yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phonogram12 View Post
    Name specific writers, please. Not just what you would want/not want to see.
    What would your specific writer be?

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    Al Ewing.
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    Ryan North
    More Kurt Busiek
    Al Ewing
    Nnedi Okorafor
    Sas Milledge
    Noelle Stevenson

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    Simon Spurrier
    Kurt Busiek

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    My list:


    Phil Jimenez - He deserves a 2nd shot after the raw deal he got last time.

    Geoff Johns - He's done so many good things with the Justice Society, Green Lantern, Aquaman, and Shazam over the years that I'd like to see him do something similar with WW.

    Charles Soule - I like how he wrote Diana during his Superman/Wonder Woman run and I think he would do some great work with Diana.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BiteTheBullet View Post
    What would your specific writer be?
    That's the thing. I'm not sure.

    Wait. Now that I think about it, I wouldn't mind Jamie McKelvie. I'm really enjoying his Captain Carter series.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzy Mittens View Post
    More Kurt Busiek
    Noelle Stevenson
    Ohhh, I'd be down for either of these. Noelle Stevenson's graphic novel memoir was great!
    Last edited by phonogram12; 08-17-2022 at 04:08 PM.
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    Geoff Johns...because he's a good comic book mechanic. He knows how to make ideas work ..and work, well (for awhile). I would require Johns to develop Myrina Black into the greatest Wonder Woman villain of all time.

    Alan Moore...because he understands superhero comic families and how to make them interesting, and he might be the greatest sci-fi fantasy adventure writer, out there. He also writes great villains.

    Michael Conrad and Becky Cloonan...because I want another TEN brilliant 'Afterworlds', ..and the WW comic needs it. In the Cloonrad's hands, I would see JANUS developed into the second greatest WW villain of all time ..and Siegfried into the greatest side order character, since Cat Grant or Flash Thompson!
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    Walt Simonson (the man is a living legend and does Epic and Mythic like no other)
    Kurt Busiek (if you read Trinity or Di's guest spots in his Superman run or his old JL issues you know he's got the goods)
    Warren Ellis (now that he has purportedly made amends for past misdeeds, intentional or unintentional)
    Ron Marz (a criminally underrated talent who is not afraid of any aspect of WW)
    Phil Jimenez
    Devyn Grayson
    Greg Rucka
    John Ostrander
    Beau Smith
    Jo Duffy!!

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    Neil Gaiman
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    Marc Andreyko

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    Ram V (stuff about her own series/world/characters)

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    PKJ (love his world building in Action Comics and The Last God)

    Mirka Andolfo (been liking her Red Sonja run)

    Ram V (because its Ram V)
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Venus View Post
    Kurt Busiek

    Marc Andreyko

    Kelly Sue DeConnick

    Neil Gaiman

    Kelly Sue DeConnick would be a great choice.
    Currently/Soon Reading: Action Comics, Batman/Superman: World's Finest, Black Adam, Dark Crisis, DC vs. Vampires, Flashpoint Beyond, Human Target, Justice Society of America, Nubia, Superman: Space Age, Stargirl: The Lost Children, The New Champion of Shazam!, Wonder Woman, Young Justice Targets.

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