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WONDER WOMAN #34 (Sep 1989) DC Comics

cover:  Chris Marrinan
George Pérez
WONDER WOMAN #34
Date: Sep 1989
Cover Price: $1.00
Publisher:  dccomics.com

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    Credits
    "The Tournament of the Crown" (22 pages) 
    writer:  George Perez
    Mindy Newell
    art:  Chris Marrinan
    Will Blyberg
    colors:   
    letters:  John Costanza 
    editor:  Karen Berger
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    Talking Wonder Woman With Jodi
    News  Wed, 20 Dec 2006 07:22:08 CST  Vu
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    WONDER WOMAN #34 (Sep 1989)
    TALKING WONDER WOMAN WITH JODI PICOULT, 1
    12-19-2006, 12:08 PM, by Zack Smith

    (excerpt)

    NRAMA: What are your thoughts on the history of the character, her creation, almost as an ideal, and her creator, William Moulton Marston?
    JP: I know a little bit about him. What I find the most intriguing about Wonder Woman's history is that women have not really written her. I know that William Marston's wife, Elizabeth "Sadie" Moulton Marston, was one of the co-creators and there was another woman before me who wrote her - Mindy Newell, who scripted three issues of the original series and co-plotted several issues of the George Perez run. But that seems ridiculous to me! ( laughs). Half a century - and only a handful of women were involved? Honestly, to me, that's the no-brainer here! I think that surprised me the most.


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