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    Default Poll: Who Is Your All-Time Favorite "Wonder Woman" Writer?

    Who Is Your All-Time Favorite "Wonder Woman" Writer?

    Of all the women and men to write DC's "Wonder Woman" series over the decades, who is your favorite of all time?


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    Since the poll isn't open yet, I will just go ahead and list mine. George Perez followed by Greg Rucka, Phil Jiminez and then Gail Simone.

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    almost for me choose between Azzarello or Rucka...

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    Rucka and Simone
    Jimenez and Perez

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    William Moulton Marston
    Phil Jimenez

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    Greg Rucka
    George Perez
    William Marston

    are my top trio.

    1st volumers Martin Pasko, Gerry Conway, and Roy Thomas & 2nd volumers Eric Luke and Phil Jimenez are my best of the rest.
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    I don't really have an "all-time favorite". I've enjoyed work from Rucka, Simone, Perez, as well as a few others. My loyalty doesn't lie with any specific writer, I'm a fan of the character first and foremost.

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    Jimenez, and then Simone.
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    “The very powerful and the very stupid have one thing in common. Instead of altering their views to fit the facts, they alter the facts to fit their views...which can be very uncomfortable if you happen to be one of the facts that needs altering.” - the 4th Doctor

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    Here are my top 3 in order:


    1.) Jimenez
    2.) Byrne
    3.) Heinberg(Short but sweet run)
    Currently reading: Aquaman, Aquaman & the Others, Batgirl, Earth 2, Earth 2: World's End, Justice League, Justice League Dark, Justice League United, Phantom Stranger, Sensation Comics, Superman/Wonder Woman, & Worlds Finest.

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    George Perez

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    William Moulton Marston
    My, my! One does peculiar things when one is a gorilla!

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    Marston
    Perez
    Simone
    Jimenez
    Kanigher
    "When I was ten, I read fairy tales in secret and would have been ashamed if I had been found doing so. Now that I am fifty I read them openly. When I became a man I put away childish things, including the fear of childishness and the desire to be very grown up." - C. S. Lewis

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    Marston? Seriously? He was one of the worst writers she's ever had, despite him concieving her. And i would say the same thing about Kane for Batman and Shiegel/Shuster for Superman.

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    Marston is actually more complex. Remember this guy is a psychologist some and many of the things are much more interesting .

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    What does his day job have to do with his writing skills? His comics were quirky but filled with crazy, kinky and unreadable stuff.

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