Tonight, I felt utterly attacked for reading comic books. I was simply remarking how I found it odd that Thor and Captain America were being released around the same time when someone in the room said, “Does anyone here actually reeeead comic books?” To which I tried to give my dirtiest look, but I’m pretty …
BU-BAM! Whatever will she wield her Lasso of Truth with? This reminds me a little of the movie Braindead/Dead Alive, a little of the Marvel Zombie series, and a little George Romero. I love my multitalented clients.
This is my 13th Operation Wonder Woman. How fitting. I have asked my client, Rebekah Joy Plett, to whip me up a zombie Wonder Woman in honor of this month’s goings-on, and because she is amazing, she did. And it’s FANTASTIC!
One of the best WW fight scenes happens to be against one of her own (sort of). To understand, read The OMAC Project. Here are a few of my favorite panels. She is so fierce. I figure if she can conquer broken wrists, she can conquer her dumb new outfit.
Yes, my crusade against Wonder Woman’s new outfit is still going strong. Feel free to join me at any point, friends. “Don’t compromise yourself. You are all you’ve got.” -Janis Joplin
Sad to say, but after two months of this, I’m getting nowhere. I’m like the person who would just die of starvation at the sit-in protest.
Enjoy the fantastic supagoodness. (I mean seriously, can you imagine this panel with a black windbreaker.)
I know you are all wondering if I’ll end my crusade. Nope.
This is a special edition of Op WW. Call me melodramatic, but this was the moment I truly fell in love with WW. These panels come from The OMAC Project, and this is when Wonder Woman (literally) breaks necks and (not literally) cashes checks. This is a pivotal moment for WW and the JLA. And …