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    Amazon has listings for four new children's books starring Wonder Woman, featuring a different villain in each one. They're releasing in August:

    The Unbreakable Bracelets (vs. Cheetah)

    The Legendary Lasso (vs. Circe)

    Jet-Powered Justice (vs. Ares)

    The Tiara and the Titan (vs. Giganta)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nyssane View Post
    Amazon has listings for four new children's books starring Wonder Woman, featuring a different villain in each one. They're releasing in August:

    The Unbreakable Bracelets (vs. Cheetah)

    The Legendary Lasso (vs. Circe)

    Jet-Powered Justice (vs. Ares)

    The Tiara and the Titan (vs. Giganta)

    Nice to see Cheetah and Giganta appearing in these books. Sounds like the Invisible Jet will appear in the Ares story.
    Currently Reading: Aquaman, Batgirl & The Birds of Prey, Green Arrow. Hal Jordan & The Green Lantern Corps, Justice League of America, The Terrifics, Titans, Wonder Woman, & Wonder Woman '77.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Poison View Post
    Nice to see Cheetah and Giganta appearing in these books. Sounds like the Invisible Jet will appear in the Ares story.
    I do like how each book focuses on not only a villain from her rogues gallery, but an iconic tool in Diana's arsenal (bracelets, lasso, invisible jet, tiara). And hey, no sword!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nyssane View Post
    I do like how each book focuses on not only a villain from her rogues gallery, but an iconic tool in Diana's arsenal (bracelets, lasso, invisible jet, tiara). And hey, no sword!

    Right? That's a step in the right direction.
    Currently Reading: Aquaman, Batgirl & The Birds of Prey, Green Arrow. Hal Jordan & The Green Lantern Corps, Justice League of America, The Terrifics, Titans, Wonder Woman, & Wonder Woman '77.

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    Just read Justice League of America #22. The Queen of Fables (a villain I never really liked much as a WW foe) had a pretty good showing. I don't know how many more Wonder Woman villains Steve Orlando has to write before being given the main book. First Aegeus (who I hope we see again real soon, really enjoyed his depiction), now Queen of Fables, and soon after the Adjudicator. It's just crazy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nyssane View Post
    I do like how each book focuses on not only a villain from her rogues gallery, but an iconic tool in Diana's arsenal (bracelets, lasso, invisible jet, tiara). And hey, no sword!
    I'm glad that her sword isn't getting any focus. I always preferred seeing Diana with her Lasso of Truth as her main weapon. It just fits perfectly for her and what she represents.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nyssane View Post
    Just read Justice League of America #22. The Queen of Fables (a villain I never really liked much as a WW foe) had a pretty good showing. I don't know how many more Wonder Woman villains Steve Orlando has to write before being given the main book. First Aegeus (who I hope we see again real soon, really enjoyed his depiction), now Queen of Fables, and soon after the Adjudicator. It's just crazy.

    Right? Orlando definitely deserves a shot at writing Diana's solo book.
    Currently Reading: Aquaman, Batgirl & The Birds of Prey, Green Arrow. Hal Jordan & The Green Lantern Corps, Justice League of America, The Terrifics, Titans, Wonder Woman, & Wonder Woman '77.

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    I’m down with Orlando taking over Wonder Woman for a bit.

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    I'd be down for Orlando taking over the book. Seeley would be my first choice (and I will spam my preference all over this forum until DC obeys), but Orlando would be a good alternative. His writing gets sneezed at a lot around here, but I don't think it's completely warranted. JLA is an okay book if not spectacular, but Supergirl is the only title from the main DCU I continue to get monthly so I can vote with my dollar, and Midnighter was great.

    You don't pull the likes of Aegeus and the Adjudicator out of nowhere unless you know what's up, and he has referenced Diana's book "Reflections" a few times over in Supergirl. He's clearly a fan.

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