Zap2It unveiled some gorgeous Yanick Paquette art for a new Grant Morrison Wonder Woman project. Morrison has been talking about the project for months, and has repeatedly brought up that Wonder Woman's earliest stories involved lots of bondage, and that he wants to find a way to bring the sex back to Wonder Woman, as he thinks it'll help recapture the sales lost by DC when they moved Wonder Woman out of the bondage era.
FYI, the woman shown murdering Hercules is Hippolyta, Wonder Woman's mother.
While Zap2It posits that the artwork is for Wonder Woman: Earth One, we're holding out hope that they'll name the book Wonder Woman: Chained, which will act as a companion title for the similarly named Superman Unchained series. Let's face it, with DC's current output and treatment of women, would anyone really be surprised if they greenlit a book featuring their main superheroine in a variety of kinky bondage scenarios? Still, Paquette's art makes this a must read series, 'cause the man's just that good.
Zap2It also revealed some art from Multiversity, which will feature a Captain Marvel story. Morrison stated that the Captain Marvel chapter will be an all-ages story, which means that in theory childrent should be able to read it. Of course, whether a Grant Morrison all-ages story should actually be given to children remains to seen.
No word on when either of these projects will be released, but we're willing to bet the Wonder Woman project will get solicited soonish.
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