Oh right, she does.
O I have dreams, dark dreams of black days for Marvel, and should I ever take up my pen for the world to see there's a 99.97% chance the Marvel Universe would never ever be the same. Also, also, also, as well. I agree with Doctor Impossible; I always thought he would make a good Master to Mister Miracle's Doctor. Heh! Interesting reversal there.
Atom! Adam Strange!
Robocop quotes are lost on you.
Do it now, or life as we know it will burn to smithereens!
For a dollar? I hope you`d spend a little more for a comic about Sabra. Though it would be awesome if that comic would be so cheap, and not lose its quality.
Nothing ideological in mind for her series, though. But she could criticise over her home lands leaders and trouble makers. Maybe an Israelian could write and/or draw it.
I agree about Dust being used for social commentary, but it needs to be handled by a good writer. I don't want any more Super Friends stereotype characters; those set comics back, not drive them forward. I find it very interesting that the next person on your list was Sabra. Were you imagining them having an ideological throwdown? I'd buy that for a dollar.
:( MAYBE I WILL GOSH GHRRRRRRR
I'd never heard of Dr Impossible. Agreed on Killer Moth, but I really think the Batman of crime should be Catman. I think Taskmaster is a bit overused. I think his appearances should be short bursts- doing his job and escaping.
Wonder Woman is the New 52 character I like most. I love nearly everything about the book- the exception being the thing where she takes her bracelets off and becomes uber-powerful. Now she's the goddess of war! Love it! Gets around that whole "emissary of peace" thing beautifully. :)