Source: USA Today
Fans of Wonder Woman rejoice! The celebrated writer of Tales from Oz #2 is taking over the famed Amazonian princess's series. Meredith Finch will be taking over Wonder Woman starting with November's issue #36 and she's bringing along her delay-prone husband, David too.
Plus, if you're not a fan of Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang's run on Wonder Woman, you'll probably love this book. USA Today reports that the series will move away from Wonder Woman's mythological aspects and focus more on her humanity and interpersonal relationships.
Here's what Dan Didio had to say:
Capullo Batman, Romita Superman and now, Finch Wonder Woman. The Big Three never looked so good:— dan didio (@dandidio1) June 30, 2014
Fuck that Cliff Chiang guy, amirite?! He's a hack artist, yeah? That tweet alone merits a fucking counter reset. Say goodbye to your 61 day record, DC. [click here for more info on this - JT]
Anyways, dumbass tweet aside, we whined about this a few months ago, so you can see what our reaction was back then for more. We'll continue to be pessimistically neutral about this, and hope that we see a few quality issues of Wonder Woman in 2015. Here's a promo image, courtesy of USA Today:
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