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The power of Imagination is quite strong and DC fans dreams came true in 2001, when The Man behind DC's greatest rival (Marvel) created his versions of 12 Iconic DC characters. Some of these versions are great and some were not, but the idea of Stan Lee writing for DC is like a kid in a candy store, it will get messy but it is fun to see what happens. My favorite of the bunch was the Wonder Woman issue. Wonder Woman to this day is a hard charact...7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
To be honest I had been a little hesitant about picking up this issue. Despite being a big fan of Wonder Woman I never bothered to read this after having read a few other in this series. In retrospect though this was a bad decision as this was an exceptional issue. The story of Wonder Woman is almost completely reimagined, keeping a few key details like the presence of Steve Trevor (and of sort of saving him) and a link to mythology, but most of this is just pure creativity and it was well co...7 out of 8 found this review helpful.
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