I'm a long time Wonder Woman fan and while I'm enjoying the re-imagining of a lot of the DC characters I feel a little more than anxious to get the lost years of Wonder Woman's story, the bridge between Justice League and her solo title, and her relationship to Wonder Girl & Zealot. (I have to admit that I haven't read all of the Teen Titan's stuff so if it was explained there, my apologies for my ignorance.) I'm left wanting more and I think that titles like Action and Detective have given DC avenues to tell the fans more about Superman & the God Damn Batman.
With Wonder Woman's solo title so deeply steeped in the mythological, she seems to be so far removed from the DCU that her characterization in Justice League feels like a different character. Perhaps a second title would help to fill the gap where readers have questions about favorite Villains and lost supporting cast from the post crisis universe. I feel that Wonder Woman needs a foot hold in the cities and environments of the DCU with a medium focus on her Rogues gallery and experiences with saving the day. At the rate we're going this could take years to accomplish waiting for the Wonder Woman title or Justice League to unveil tangible answers. . so I pose to you this . . . Why not bring back Sensation Comics? This title doesn't have to be exclusively about Wonder Woman, every issue, but can be shared by other the Amazons like Artemis and Nubia, feature Wonder Girl in some solo adventures, feature some awesome team-up pairings, or delve into her relationship with Superman in a way that none of the other titles will allow for.
I know that Wonder Woman has been a tough sell for DC in the last couple of decades. Characters like Wonder Woman and Superman don't have the appeal of Batman and that introducing a second title for Diana won't be on DC's priority list but passionate fans of the character know that there is so much more that can be done with her and her impact on the DC universe as a whole can be much greater.
I understand that DC is field testing "New Wave" titles for the chance of new success but why not take some of that chance money and invest in a, proven, pop-culture icon, developing material and canon for the future of not only the character but the billions of dollars in multimedia potential as well.
Anyone else for this?
Wordballoon Podcast features Brian Azzarello in the first segment.
Azz vaguely mentions that there is talk of another Wonder Woman title . . . the Question comes up "Can Wonder Woman Support another title?"
Wonder Woman talk starts about an hour in.