Writer Peter J. Tomasi's Batman and Robin has been a hit for DC Comics, and this November he'll also take a shot at writing the publisher's second most famous couple, Superman/Wonder Woman. The scribe, along with artist Doug Mahnke (Green Lantern, Justice League) will replace Charles Soule on the title and reintroduce Atomic Skull and Major Disaster; he says he wants to explore the meaning of their relationship. "I don't want to write 22 pages of them staring into each other's eyes with them going, 'Oh, I love you, Supes!' 'I love you, Wonder Woman!' I really want to shake it up," he explains. "It's not strong love if it's not tested. Anything with two hearts in mind, if they're not put at odds or built through hardships and tough times, I don't think they're real relationships."
Along with the reveal of this new creative team, USA Today also debuted Patrick Gleason's Batman and Robin #36 cover, which has Barbara Gordon, Jason Todd and Tim Drake all sporting a rather familiar costume. Tomasi's current Robin Rises storyline is exploring the death of Damian Wayne and a possible ressurection, but "all of these characters at this point are in the Robin mix. The Bat-family will, in the end, rise to the challenge of helping a new Robin come to be in the DCU." Are you excited to see what the new team brings to Superman/Wonder Woman, and what are your thoughts on the latest Robin Rises developments?
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