Wait, this thing was going to have the Cheetah, Giganta, Blue Snowman and Circe in it and they're taking it away from me?
Goddammit DC, why is it always two steps forward one step back? Those tweets probably weren't the wisest decision the creative team could have made (but then...Frank Cho hasn't been let go yet), but this seems like total overkill.
Even without that though I'm not sure it's overkill, you crap on your employer in public you run the risk of getting fired.
Jeez, what is with Wonder Woman and all this ugliness recently?
Also visit my blog where I expose Wonder Woman for the criminal she is!
Comics > Movies, regardless of the publisher
DC has always been a bit of back and forth with Diana. They don't know what to do with her.
Please sign this so we can at least show DC we want Legend of Wonder Woman part 2.
You know, in any profession, if you badmouth your employers and/or fellow workers on a social media, there's a strong chance that you will lose your job. Only in the comic book industry this kind of behavior is not only tolerated but also stimulated and praised. I simply can't understand that.
"Longtime fans will read the book and bitch about it NO MATTER WHAT."
- Grant Morrison
If the tweets were the Problem, they wouldn't have greenlit a second volume. Also I don't visit or endorse Bleeding cool so I have no idea what it says. But as another user said, its Fanfic. About 90% of it is just speculation and rumors or assumptions, so any thing posted there, I consider to be just gossip talk, not news.
Good news though! It seems the Gofundme page for them has finished and will carry them to 2017. The fans are great.
"We're the same thing, you and I. We're both lies that eventually became the truth." Lara Notsil, Star Wars: X-Wing: Solo Command, by Aaron Allston
"All that is not eternal is eternally out of date." C. S. Lewis, The Four Loves
"There's room in our line of work for hope, too." Stephanie Brown, Batgirl, by Bryan Q. Miller
Stephanie Brown Wiki, My Reviews
And yes, I wish more people reported on this. More reliable sources like CBR maybe. Besides the one article announcing that it was axed.
Just to clarify a few things because I appreciate this community.
I had zero to do with the Mary Sue article. And it wasn't their fault for running it either.
It wasn't my tweets.
It wasn't sales.
We wish no ill will on DC, or the Amazons team. I enjoy Kevin and Ryan's work a lot.
We're appreciative of the opportunity DC gave us.
We're sad but moving on and are really feeling the love of the people who have supported our careers as well as IDW and Marvel.
Happy Holidays, everyone!
To be honest, I was on DC's side after reading the article, till coming to this thread and reading everyone's perspectives...