• Wonder Woman #13 Featured Reader Poll 

    Reader Poll: Who is the Quintessential Wonder Woman Writer?

    By , , , and | April 14th, 2017
    Posted in Reader Poll | 4 Comments

    Earlier this week, Greg Rucka confirmed that he is departing “Wonder Woman” with issue #25, wrapping up his second stint of writing Diana stories. While we are very excited about his (albeit temporary) replacement, we will miss Rucka, who was undoubtedly one of the most important writers to ever write Diana.

    So, we started putting this in a larger context: who are the quintessential Wonder Woman writers? And, beyond that, who is the quintessential Wonder Woman writer? Five of us conferred to come up with a list of ten writers that we felt fit the bill, and we want you to decide who crafted the best Diana stories. Vote in the poll below, and let us know in the comments why you voted the way that you did!

    Who is the Quintessential Wonder Woman Writer?

    Greg Rucka0%
    George Perez0%
    Brian Azzarello0%
    Gail Simone0%
    William Moulton Marston0%
    John Byrne0%
    Phil Jimenez0%
    Robert Kanigher0%
    Denny O’Neil0%
    William Messner-Loebs0%

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    Brian Salvatore

    Brian Salvatore is an editor, podcaster, reviewer, writer at large, and general task master at Multiversity. When not writing, he can be found playing music, hanging out with his kids, or playing music with his kids. He also has a dog named Lola, a rowboat, and once met Jimmy Carter. Feel free to email him about good beer, the New York Mets, or the best way to make Chicken Parmagiana (add a thin slice of prosciutto under the cheese).


    Alice W. Castle

    Sworn to protect a world that hates and fears her, Alice W. Castle is a trans femme writing about comics. All things considered, it’s going surprisingly well. Ask her about the unproduced Superman films of 1990 - 2006. She can be found on various corners of the internet, but most frequently on Twitter: @alicewcastle


    Matthew Meylikhov

    Once upon a time, Matthew Meylikhov became the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Multiversity Comics, where he was known for his beard and fondness for cats. Then he became only one of those things. Now, if you listen really carefully at night, you may still hear from whispers on the wind a faint voice saying, "X-Men Origins: Wolverine is not as bad as everyone says it issss."


    Matthew Garcia

    Matt hails from Colorado. He can be found on Twitter as @MattSG or over on his Tumblr. He is also responsible for the comic Oakley Rushie Down to the Bay.


    Walt Richardson

    Walt is a former editor for Multiversity Comics who just can't quit the site, despite the crushing burdens of law school and generally being tired all the time. You can follow him on Twitter @waltorr, but he can promise you you're in for a terrible time.


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