Wonder Woman, reimagined.

Slow news day, apparently: this made the New York Times.

Wednesday is a good day for Wonder Woman. This 69-year-old superheroine, published by DC Comics, will don a new — and less revealing — costume and enjoy the publication of Issue No. 600 of her monthly series.

Kind of unkind to mention the age. As for the re-imagining: I don’t actually care about the ‘less revealing’ aspects of the new costume, but it’s always worrisome when a writer decides to go tap-dancing on continuity…

The costume ties into an alternative history for the character devised by J. Michael Straczynski, the new writer of the series…

Oh, so they have Straczynski writing it?

Never mind that last bit, then.

Moe Lane

1 Comment

  • Jeff Weimer says:

    Well, JMS did do a good job with Babylon 5, so I’ll give him benefit of the doubt. He can tell a story arc.

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