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Preview: Wonder Woman #33

Wonder Woman faces the threat of the First Born as the series races to the finale of Cliff Chiang and Brian Azzerello’s run on the series. 12 more words



Luthor is a comic book, or what publishers fashionably like to call ‘graphic novel’ written by Brian Azzarello and drawn by Lee Bermejo. Azzarello is of course best known for his sublime gritty crime story 100 Bullets, as well as a spattering of other titles, such as Batman, Superman, Spaceman (!) and many many thers. 352 more words

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12th Level Intellect: 100 Bullets #27: Wheels Within Wheels

This column was originally published at DC Infinite on July 14, 2014.

100 Bullets is a comic obsessed with the nature of conspiracies. The connective tissue of the series centers around a conspiracy of 13 families who have controlled the fate of the United States since the establishment of the first English colonies. 1,928 more words


What's at Stake: Wonder Woman and the "F" Word

It’s been less than a week and the announcement that comics writer Meredith Finch and artist-husband David Finch are taking over as Wonder Woman‘s new creative team with issue #36 is still an open sore, the constant media reminder of which continue to drive me into a fury. 1,748 more words


Keep the "Wonder" In Wonder Woman

Against my better judgement, I’m playing the old comic book fan card.  You know the one: the “I’m quitting this comic because of a creative change!” 681 more words

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Book Review - Before Watchmen: Comedian/Rorschach by Brian Azarello, J.G. Jones, Lee Bermejo

In my review of Minutemen/Silk Spectre I mentioned that I hoped I didn’t start off with the best one, but after reading Comedian/Rorschach I fear that it may be the case… 828 more words

Wonder Woman’s Feminism Shouldn’t Be Covered Up

H.G Peter The ‘F’ Word: Wonder Woman’s Feminism Shouldn’t Be Covered Up

DC has a Wonder Woman problem. Or perhaps more accurately, Wonder Woman has a… 2,006 more words

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