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    Default Wonder Woman gets new variant cover artist

    http://www.bleedingcool.com/2016/08/...ariant-covers/

    Jenny Frison seems like a good choice.

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    Was hoping for Arthur Adams, another artist known for his muscled Amazonian depictions of women.

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    Excellent choice. Her covers for IDW's Angel comic, Vampirella and Red Sonja were all great.

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    I'm a little confused here. Jenny's cover for Sensation Comics showed more skin on Diana than any of Frank's recent variant covers for Wonder Woman. Perhaps she's dialing it back a bit for the solo book but if not, Rucka may not care for her covers either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Poison View Post
    I'm a little confused here. Jenny's cover for Sensation Comics showed more skin on Diana than any of Frank's recent variant covers for Wonder Woman. Perhaps she's dialing it back a bit for the solo book but if not, Rucka may not care for her covers either.
    show more skin doesn't mean be more sexualized.

    Frison is a far superior cover artist than Cho, he isn't dynamic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tayswift View Post
    show more skin doesn't mean be more sexualized.

    Frison is a far superior cover artist than Cho, he isn't dynamic

    That Sensation Comics cover that Jenny did shows a lot more of Diana's thigh than I would care to see on a regular basis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Poison View Post
    That Sensation Comics cover that Jenny did shows a lot more of Diana's thigh than I would care to see on a regular basis.
    you are still missing the point

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tayswift View Post
    show more skin doesn't mean be more sexualized.

    Frison is a far superior cover artist than Cho, he isn't dynamic
    Cho's covers for this book were never sexualized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tayswift View Post
    you are still missing the point

    What exactly is the point?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tayswift View Post
    show more skin doesn't mean be more sexualized.

    Frison is a far superior cover artist than Cho, he isn't dynamic
    Not even close. Cho's covers are so much better than what they have in that article.

    Not one of Cho's covers were overly sexualized. How about that cover for Rucka's Wonder Woman collection? You're gonna try and tell me that that's not sexualized/less sexualized than the Frank Cho cover?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxpower00044 View Post
    Not even close. Cho's covers are so much better than what they have in that article.
    How about that cover for Rucka's Wonder Woman collection? You're gonna try and tell me that that's not sexualized/less sexualized than the Frank Cho cover?
    1. That cover you're referencing is nearly ten years old. People CAN change their opinions on things over ten years.

    2. Rucka didn't have control over his cover art during that run. He may have hated that cover, but was unable to do anything about it.

    Anyway? Artwork looks great. I've heard good things about Frison. Very happy to see her art on Wonder Woman.
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    Made weak by time and fate, but strong in will
    To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield.

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    I was crossing my fingers for Julie Bell or Boris Vallejo but Frison provides great continuity of style with the erstwhile Cho.

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    Comic Vine has an exclusive first look at Jenny Frison's cover for Wonder Woman #7!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stormcrow View Post
    Comic Vine has an exclusive first look at Jenny Frison's cover for Wonder Woman #7!

    That is very beautiful and elegant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stormcrow View Post
    Comic Vine has an exclusive first look at Jenny Frison's cover for Wonder Woman #7!

    Preeetty! *Wipes chin. *

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