I had Monday off this week and somehow slept for thirteen hours?? And then I went to my friend’s twenty-first birthday shindig. Special apologies to anyone who just recently followed me, because I’m sure you were really looking forward to that.
While I on vacation this week I have a series of guest posts from readers, bloggers and other writers. This guest post is by Josie Campbell whose name you may recognize from her work writing news at Comic Book Resources. Josie is writing on the importance of Wonder Woman. It’s a terrific essay and I ask that you read the whole thing. Her thoughts follow,
Of all the superheroes in all the world there is only one, in my eyes, who has fundamentally changed our culture as a whole — and it ain’t Superman, Batman, Spider-Man or any of the other superlative-Men who get trotted out in that capacity.
^A Good Article, and also one that reminds me of why Wonder Woman is so hard to get right: most of the time she’s fighting for ideals and virtues, and her biggest enemies are personifications of war or deities.