Will Jill Thompson join husband Brian Azzarello on Wonder Woman?
Source: Source: Bleeding Cool
Wonder Woman writer Brian Azzarello is married to former Sandman artist Jill Thompson. Before she became a fan-favorite with her work with Neil Gaiman on the legendary "Brief Lives" story, she worked in somewhat obscurity on Wonder Woman. Now Bleeding Cool's Rich Johnson (who else?) reports the two could possibly work together chronicling the Amazon Princess' adventures. This is coming from an anonymous fan tip, of course.
"Jill Thompson was selling Wonder Woman prints at her booth, and emphasized that this was *her* Wonder Woman, if she ever got the chance to do the story that she wanted to do. I asked when she thought that might be, and she looked around and whispered, "Maybe sooner than you think!" Not sure if this would involve the regular Wonder Woman series (I hear she and the writer know each other), or something altogether different. Anyway, that's my big Comic Con scoop for you."
Thompson's artwork featured Wonder Woman in some rather radical outfits. Radical as in "costumes better than anything Jim Lee could possibly ever dream of." This includes a Dazzler-meets-Gwen Stefaini outfit, and takes on the classic Wonder Woman costume.
Written or Contributed by: The Nacireman
The Outhouse is sponsored this week by Late Nite Draw. Recently featured on ComicsAlliances' Best Art Ever, he is a Chicago-based commissioned artist with a self-published Digital+Print one-shot coming out in October about the abominable snowman called ABOBAMANIMABBLE, and is also available for commissions. Check out some amazing art by clicking here or by clicking the banner at the top, and support the people who support The Outhouse.
Comment without an Outhouse Account using Facebook
Note: while you are welcome to speak your mind freely on any topic, we do ask that you keep discussion civil between each other. Nasty personal attacks against other commenters is strongly discouraged. Thanks!