DC makes strides in stripping their flagship female character of everything she has ever stood for.
V. thinks Brian Azzarello is mocking Wonder Woman fans and Fatale continues to be awesome.
A cold day in hell arrives as E. drops “Wonder Woman” from her pull list.
For better or worse, comic fans knew that DC's relaunch would bring changes to beloved characters. As Brian Azzarello took on the daunting task of writing Diana of Themyscira, Princess of the Amazons, he had a devoted fan base to appeal to. At first, he was fairly successful. I was sold. In my defense, the beauty of … Continue reading 2012 Memorable Moment: Azzarello’s Amazons
Wonder Woman means a lot of things to a lot of people. She's iconic and has permeated the collective consciousness in probably a million different ways depending on the person. So naturally, when Brian Azzarello comes along and changes every damn thing about her save her looks, it is most certainly going to make waves. … Continue reading Thoughts on Azzarello’s Wonder Woman
V. runs down her pull list - Wonder Woman, Birds of Prey, Fables, Morning Glories, and of course ... CHEW!
When we started doing Friday Favorites here at G3, the concept was more about featuring B-list characters that we loved. We wanted to shine a light where it isn't always shining. But this Friday, I want to honor the leading lady of comics because she deserves it. More specifically, I'd like to honor Brian Azzarello … Continue reading Friday Favorite: Wonder Woman
First Wave #1 Script: Brian Azzarello Art: Rags Morales Colors: Nei Ruffino DC Comics March 3, 2010 As a fledgling fangirl, I mostly read what others loaned me. In time, I learned what I liked and didn’t. Much of what I enjoy is of the Spandex persuasion and has a strong female presence. Thus, First … Continue reading G3 Review: First Wave #1