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Posted by G-Man (18916 posts) - - Show Bio

As you may know, Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang's run on WONDER WOMAN is coming to an end. In November, Meredith and David Finch take over the series. DC has unveiled a first look at the interior pages.

WONDER WOMAN #36 is on sale in November.

#1 Edited by EnigmaLantern (763 posts) - - Show Bio

The art looks promising to say the least

#2 Edited by Vitalius (2268 posts) - - Show Bio

Looks good but seems Wonder Woman wont be so disconnected as previous run.

#3 Posted by Justthatkid (4704 posts) - - Show Bio

Don't see why they'll show the JL possibly not prominently though. Then again Arthur might get another run in with Swampthing

Art looks great though.

#4 Posted by Saint_Wildcard (12082 posts) - - Show Bio

Kool

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#5 Posted by dondave (38897 posts) - - Show Bio
#6 Posted by feargalr (1157 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm so sad that the current run is coming to end. It's been consistently the best thing that DC has been putting out since the new 52 started I think.

#7 Posted by viin (694 posts) - - Show Bio

ooo finch doing art for wonder woman...thats awesome i really hope this is good...not sure why JL or Swamp Thing has to show up tho

#8 Edited by redwingx (931 posts) - - Show Bio

She looks to young and so skinny compared to the previous run. Shes a warrior damn it.

#9 Posted by Superguy1591 (3950 posts) - - Show Bio

Azz's run will go down in history.

#10 Posted by ptigrusmagus (495 posts) - - Show Bio

Happy to see WW as part of the DCU

#11 Posted by HolySerpent (12819 posts) - - Show Bio

Great art work,

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#12 Posted by Justthatkid (4704 posts) - - Show Bio

@redwingx: Lot of the characters are less bulkier then their normally shown, actually like it.

#13 Posted by TimeLordScience (1422 posts) - - Show Bio

Lol, Diana goes on a tour of the DCU.

Such a shame compared to the inspired plot of Azz's run.

#14 Edited by Spulk (65 posts) - - Show Bio

The art is fantastic...I hope the script will be good also..

#15 Posted by longbowhunter (7735 posts) - - Show Bio

Whoa...Wonder Woman fighting Swamp Thing. That's pretty cool. But it's clear this is going to be quite a departure from the current tone.

#16 Posted by Jonny_Anonymous (35133 posts) - - Show Bio

nope

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#17 Posted by TheCheeseStabber (8062 posts) - - Show Bio

@redwingx said:

She looks to young and so skinny compared to the previous run. Shes a warrior damn it.

Lets wait for the person to do colors and shadows. They can make her look older and stronger.

Also She kicked The Avatar of The Green in the Face thats something a person with some serious moxie would do

#18 Edited by HushoftheWind (1116 posts) - - Show Bio

if DC is willing to give Azz's run the animated or cinematic film treatment, it rightfully deserves it.

#19 Posted by The Stegman (26062 posts) - - Show Bio

I like the current run, but I am ready for something new.

#20 Edited by darknightspideyfanboy (1455 posts) - - Show Bio

finally were going to get some great action with finch art cause cliff chiang suck at doing action

#21 Edited by Akindoodle (1042 posts) - - Show Bio

Azz's run will go down in history.

As one of the most controversial, civil war inducing runs ever in the history of the industry. But yeah, it will. (Note: I'm not a hater)

#22 Posted by BR_Havoc (1340 posts) - - Show Bio

Art looks like old Finch back when he was doing Moon Knight. Not really a fan that it looks like this book will have Wonder Woman middle of the DCU because to me that means it will cross over a lot.

I'm willing to give it a shot but Azz's run has just been so damn good and it worries me having a master writer level and a rookie come in.

#23 Posted by lifeofvibe (3514 posts) - - Show Bio

Worst case senerio

1. This becomes a side superman book

2. She has at least one team up every other story arc

3. All story arcs before hand mean nothing to the current writer

Pleas let this be something tasteful, interesting, and azzarello-ish

#24 Edited by movieartman (1560 posts) - - Show Bio

the haters be mad, while im sitting here high on olympus laughing my ass off, this is some badass shit!

#25 Posted by darknightspideyfanboy (1455 posts) - - Show Bio

@akindoodle: dude i agree with you 100% my god the hate thread that devlope because of this team

#26 Edited by ZbvmX (268 posts) - - Show Bio

I really hope that the Finches try their best to make this their opus. The preview looks promising :D

#27 Posted by RulerOfThisUniverse (6366 posts) - - Show Bio

While it sucks that Azzerallo's run is ending, David Finch's art is spectacular and I can't wait to read this book.

#28 Posted by ivar17 (119 posts) - - Show Bio

As a big mythology fan, NORSE but also Greek and Egyptian, I tried to read Wonder Woman and Trinity of Sin in the new 52, but for me Greek mythology doesn't work in the grounded Dc comics Universe.

This also could be a problem to the cinematic universe, Zack Snyder and a new director in future solo film will have to be very careful how to merge this iconic character, into the future DC CU, that judging by Man of Steel is more realistic than MCU.

#29 Posted by kasino (1785 posts) - - Show Bio

oooh WW vs Swamp Thing..her book but I would go Swamp Thing against most

#30 Edited by dreamfall31 (579 posts) - - Show Bio

Art looks solid. I'll give it a few issues.

#31 Posted by Leave1942 (18 posts) - - Show Bio

This is so sad. Cliff Chiang is one of the best talents in comic books these days, and this art cannot even come close. That first image pose is screaming to be a part of the Hawkeye Initiative.

Hopefully the amazing themes and world built by Azzarello won't be thrown by the wayside. Of all the New 52 series I read, Wonder Woman has been the most artful and inspired.

#32 Posted by Pperspectiveandreality (1931 posts) - - Show Bio

@redwingx:

Amazons are immortal. That's why, even in Cliff's depiction, even Hippolyta looks, at best, like she's about 30.

#33 Posted by 2cool4fun (1407 posts) - - Show Bio

Art looks amazing, but they don't need to immediately show her with other heroes just because she has been disconnected till now.

#34 Edited by movieartman (1560 posts) - - Show Bio

This is so sad. Cliff Chiang is one of the best talents in comic books these days, and this art cannot even come close. That first image pose is screaming to be a part of the Hawkeye Initiative.

Hopefully the amazing themes and world built by Azzarello won't be thrown by the wayside. Of all the New 52 series I read, Wonder Woman has been the most artful and inspired.

chiang's work is under detailed under rendered overhyped garbage that has SOME good faces.

and no it looks nothing of the kind, she looks like she is slightly hunched to block arrows and to swing her sword out, its nothing remotely close to a back broke pose.

STFU!

you clearly haven't looked at jh williams on batwoman if that boring simplistic crap is the most artful thing youv seen.

pathetic.

#35 Edited by dbatdog (548 posts) - - Show Bio

Nice art, as long as he's not writing this book, i'm sold.

#36 Posted by bladewolf (874 posts) - - Show Bio

Is everyone fighting Swampy this days :P? Seriously though, great art!

#37 Posted by Leave1942 (18 posts) - - Show Bio

@movieartman: I certainly respect a difference of opinion, what with art being subjective and all. While I consider JH Williams a talented artist, I do not think the majority of his art is pushing the limits of typical house style as much as someone like Cliff Chiang. As a graphic designer, I think minimalism is the key to good art, and the less lines and bolder choices you can make to get your point across the better. This, as well as the wonderfully vivid color job, character designs, and innovative visual elements is why I think Cliff Chiang is a phenomenal talent. To me, Finch's art, while also incredibly competent, is another progression of mainstream comic book style. Which isn't bad, of course! Wonder Woman isn't the only DC title I buy, not buy a long shot. However, any time something innovative and different is replaced with more of the same, I find it a little disheartening.

And I'm sorry, but that pose and distant, soft, vaguely pouty look on her face does not look like someone in the heat of battle.

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#39 Posted by RageEx2 (144 posts) - - Show Bio

@movieartman: dude, I don't hate this art, but how can you not see that that pose is absolutely ridiculous? And calm down, while you're at it

#40 Posted by TheFirstLantern (1510 posts) - - Show Bio

This Finch looks better than FE Finch

#41 Edited by movieartman (1560 posts) - - Show Bio

@movieartman: I certainly respect a difference of opinion, what with art being subjective and all. While I consider JH Williams a talented artist, I do not think the majority of his art is pushing the limits of typical house style as much as someone like Cliff Chiang. As a graphic designer, I think minimalism is the key to good art, and the less lines and bolder choices you can make to get your point across the better. This, as well as the wonderfully vivid color job, character designs, and innovative visual elements is why I think Cliff Chiang is a phenomenal talent. To me, Finch's art, while also incredibly competent, is another progression of mainstream comic book style. Which isn't bad, of course! Wonder Woman isn't the only DC title I buy, not buy a long shot. However, any time something innovative and different is replaced with more of the same, I find it a little disheartening.

And I'm sorry, but that pose and distant, soft, vaguely pouty look on her face does not look like someone in the heat of battle.

how in the bloody hell does this not push the limits of mainstream comic art, other than marco rudy, i know of NO current artist that is doing anything on this level of detail and rendered in combination with such brillaint panel work

there is nothing innovative about chiangs art, his panel work and covers are standard and plain, his characters are yes, minimalistic but go back before the 80s and all comic art was like that cus artist didn't have the time or the capablity to add texture and depth to there work. THATS A FLAW!

#42 Posted by The Mast (785 posts) - - Show Bio

Chiang's artwork is no more a flaw than Aja's.

That is to say, you're bananas.

#43 Posted by Bl00dwerK (199 posts) - - Show Bio

That's one fine-ass Wonder Woman...

#44 Posted by GustavoBurciaga1 (135 posts) - - Show Bio

Love the art work, Wonder Woman looks more stunning than ever but I will definitely miss Azzarello's writing style.

#45 Posted by Pperspectiveandreality (1931 posts) - - Show Bio

Get ready for feats and a connection to the greater DCU Wondy fans

#46 Edited by Rolls7royce (37 posts) - - Show Bio

@feargalr said:

I'm so sad that the current run is coming to end. It's been consistently the best thing that DC has been putting out since the new 52 started I think.

Yeah, it's the only DC title i read consistently.

#47 Posted by SHAZAM117 (3889 posts) - - Show Bio

Hopefully Finch will bring his A-game. He's been hit or miss lately imo, he was way more consistant when he was signed with MARVEL.

#48 Posted by NightFang (10271 posts) - - Show Bio

Wonder Woman vs. Swimp Thing, i'm in!

#49 Edited by Koays (2868 posts) - - Show Bio

Hopefully this book reads a little like the Justice League issues focusing on her and the Cheetah....it looks like that from the surface and thats what i figured it would be like if she was closer linked to the rest of DCU....still Azz will be missed

#50 Posted by NukeA6 (535 posts) - - Show Bio

Well fighting Swamp Thing is gonna be interesting but I don't appreciate her becoming a twig.