‒ Annual #1 (Cover Art by Nicola Scott)
To be released on May 31st, 2017.
Greg Rucka (Writer) will be providing the revised origin for The World’s Finest Trinity (with artist Nicola Scott) and a story about how their friendship in the current era (with artist Liam Sharp). In addition to a collection of adventures that take Diana across the globe. (Various Writers/Artists)
Nicola Scott is, hands down, my favorite artist for Diana. Seriously, look into her eyes. That’s wonder. I Fuckin’ Love it.
Y’all have no idea how excite I am for this issue. Rucka’s WW is the best Diana has had in probably a decade. In the main DCU, anyway. Renae de Liz’s Legend of Wonder Woman was a wonderful breath of fresh air that was stolen from us far too soon. But, specifically, this issue is something I’ve been wanting forever. Diana, Clark, and Bruce being friendsshould not be a radical idea. I am 152% here for adults being friends without feeling the need to make literally everything into a competition. This is wonderful and I want more like it.
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