- They may not be lying but I'm sticking with my aforementioned words. The views of posters such as JpHulk, ScorpioCassadine, GokuWarrior, MuffinSangria and more make me feel utterly at a loss for words as to how they can be so stuck in the mud with their views. They treat this run as if it's the ruination of the character, as if she's been desecrated beyond repair and that for some magical reason, the way Soule writes her is so much better than Azzarello's mature yet vulnerable depiction of WW. Their criticisms are often without merit and make puritans of the religious faith seem liberal minded in comparison. I keep pointing out where they're going wrong but they never listen, never take anything else on board other than how they see Wonder Woman. So yeah, I'll keep my 'fancy' words because you're not seeing how pretentious these WW fans can be.
What you've said about Finch's run that, again, hasn't even been published yet makes this one of the most hypocritical things I've ever read here. Those people mentioned are very passionate about their WW but at least they've actually read Azz's run.
Keep telling yourself it's hypocritical if it makes you feel better since you're unable to deal with my actual arguments. I'll just continue to base my views on an understanding of what Azzarello has done with the series as well as reasonable thinking in terms of how it's transferred onto Wonder Woman's world and mythos. But of course that can only make me a hypocrite right?