COMICS: DC Announces New Creative Team For WONDER WOMAN Series
Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang's critically acclaimed Wonder Woman run will come to an end this October with issue #35, and after over three years of a heavy focus on Greek mythology, the new creative team will be taking things in a very different direction. Read on for details!
Meredith Finch and her husband/Forever Evil artist David Finch are set to take over Wonder Woman from Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang. Their run will begin with Wonder Woman #36 this November, and the focus will apparently now be on Wonder Woman's, "interpersonal relationships and her responsibilities to the Amazons and her fellow heroes in the Justice League." That sounds like a far more traditional take on the character than the current creative team's exploration of Diana's ties to Greek mythology, and Meredith (who has so far written short stories for Zenescope Entertainment) is quoted as saying, "It makes sense if you're going to try to attract that female market that you appeal to them on every level -- your writing demographic reflects the demographic of your readership." What do you guys think about the new creative team?
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