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WONDER WOMAN #36 (Nov 1989)

cover: Chris Marrinan
George Perez
WONDER WOMAN #36
Nov 1989
$1.00
DC Comics

Reprinted in WONDER WOMAN #29 (Spain) (1990)

"Changes in the Wind" (22 pages)
writers:

pencils:
inks:
George Perez
Mindy Newell
Chris Marrinan
Steve Montano

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    WONDER WOMAN #36 (Nov 1989)

    WONDER WOMAN #29 (Spain) (1990)

    Mindy Newell: first woman to write Wonder Woman?

    posted Aug 8, 2011 4:15 PM by vu sleeper [ updated Aug 8, 2011 4:51 PM ]

    From comicmix.com


    WONDER WOMAN #36 (Nov 1989)
    MINDY NEWELL, R.N., CNOR, C.G. (Comics Geek): How I Became A Comics Professional
    by Mindy Newell on August 8th, 2011 at 8:40 am

    …Or How The Fuck Did That Happen, Part Two

    Where was I last week?

    I was in the midst of a great crusade against the most terrifying villain ever unleashed upon the universe. A tyrant created by an evil greater than Mephisto – or Emperor Palpatine or Darkseid, choose your poison – whose sole purpose is to destroy humanity. A crafty, insidious, and totally nasty piece of work, capable of twisting even the greatest brains ever known – Einstein, Newton, Hawkings, Reed Richards – into Roquefort cheese, of destroying REM sleep, of chaining even the raging Incredible Hulk to a chair for weeks.

    (excerpt)

    And when Wonder Woman was finishing up her run in preparation for George Pérez’s relaunch, though I have no proof of this, I really believe it was Karen who “whispered” my name into executive editor Dick Giordano’s ear, which led to an assignment on the Amazon Princess. (Believe it or now, it was until years later while talking to Trina Robbins that I found out I was the first woman to scribe Diana of Themyscira’s adventures.) And later, I was blessed to find myself working with George Pérez himself on Wonder Woman, a time that will always be remembered by me as one of the best experiences of my professional comics writer life.




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