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Old August 18th, 2008   WC Brooks is offline   #17
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-Sarge Steel losing his mind over Amazons infiltrating the US government. Intriguing! When Steel finally goes crackers, as most conspiracy theorists do, his position as director of DOMA will be open. I wonder who would be a great fit for such a position? Maybe, Lt. Colonel Steve Trevor? Hmm.

Hail Gail,

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I hope to God THAT'S TRUE! Or at least bring him back as a major supporting character.

I always felt it would be cool if DCU pilots like Larry Trainor, Ace Morgan, and Hal Jordan gave Trevor major props.
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Old August 18th, 2008   LaPrincesa is offline   #18

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I just don't like Nemesis at all and thats not about to change.
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Old August 18th, 2008   JRM is offline   #19
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I just don't like Nemesis at all and thats not about to change.
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Well since Gail seems to, I guess you need to drop the book or get over it.

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Old August 24th, 2008   kipster is offline   #20
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I love Gail's Wonder Woman, but I hope we don't see too much of Donna in WW's book. Don't get me wrong, I LOVE Donna even more than Diana, she's my favorite character. BUt, having her side by side with WW means she's always going to be playing 2nd fiddle in terms of power and ability, and I have had enough of that over the years. I loved her characterization in this issue, I just wish Gail was wring a Donna Troy book, so Donna could be featured!!!
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Old August 24th, 2008   Captain Calamity is offline   #21
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If anyone can write Donna as a unique equal to Diana these days, it's Gail.

And I hope she does it.

Personally, I'm glad to see more Donna in Diana's life. The problem Donna's had of late is that DC mandated she be shoehorned back into the WW mythos, and yet she barely appeared anymore than when Marv gave her a distinct (and WW-less) origin.

If we're gonna pretend she's still Diana's clone/sister/whatever, I for one would like to see them hang out a bit more.
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Old August 25th, 2008   B_n_L is offline   #22
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I don't think Donna should be written as Diana's equal. Few people ARE her equal, and her younger sister should not be one of them. That doesn't mean that Donna should be written as incompetent, of course, just written to her own specific strengths. That's why I think they should return her to her role as Harbinger. It's a unique role, and offers a different set of powers for Donna.
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Old September 5th, 2008   Zal-Ta is offline   #23
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Wonder Woman totally kicked Titanic butt in this concluding arc's issue at hand and I couldn't be more in awe of exactly how she went about it and getting her soul itself back all at the very same time at that! wow! This whole arc for me has been nothing but a resounding A++ grade of a read!

Keep it up, Mrs. Simone!
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