The Fellowship is pleased to present our discussion of the idea that Wonder Woman could supplant Batman as the "money" character for DC, both in film and in comics. We go into how feasible it might be from a few different angles, a bit on how it could be done, and a couple of sidetracks on Batman and others. And as always, our picks of the week.
What we're up to this week:
Monty Python Speaks - hadn't actually read this before
Les' Big Bag o' Nothing™ - a quiet week
1050 Years in the Future - Legion of Super Heroes 50th anniversary trade (2008), in anticipation of new LSH coming soon?
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[Note: The Dark Knight was 2008; not sure what the hell I was thinking :-) -m]
The promised Comichron link (comparing sales numbers) is here
And yes, Geoff Johns, we're serious about you coming on the show to discuss these ideas ;-)
No World #1 (Aspen Comics)
Underdog #1 (American Mythology)
The Black Monday Murders #5 (Image Comics)
24 Legacy: Rules of Engagement #1 (IDW Publishing)
Night Owl Society #1 (IDW Publishing)
Real Science Adventures #1 (IDW Publishing) [Robo!]
Honorable Mention: Star Hawks volume 1 hardcover (IDW Publishing)
Honorable Mention: Young Justice Book 1 trade (DC Comics)
Honorable Mention: the last of the Life And Death series - this one is a Prometheus one-shot (Dark Horse Comics)
Manny the Martyr - thanks for letting us use your music
#PodernFamily - an awesome group of indie podcasters supporting each other
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