Wonder Woman and Giganta Team Up Coming
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Wonder Woman and Giganta Team Up Coming

Wonder Woman #66 Cover For most comic books, the biggest draw for a comic book is the title character or team, with the writer and penciller being close behind in driving readers to a book – Batman is usually going to sell a bunch regardless of who’s working on it, whereas Conan isn’t going to move anyone’s needle without someone of Jason Aaron’s caliber working on it. So please understand that I recognize how out of the ordinary what I’m about to say is: You should read Wonder Woman #66 for Mick Gray’s inks and Romulo Fajardo’s colors. The two job titles are moving in different directions in today’s comics industry. We’ve been known to get on one about colorists in the past, so it’s probably no surprise that we’re big fans of the work Romulo Fajardo is doing on Wonder Woman . The advent of digital coloring hit about 20 years ago, and once people figured out how to do it well, it enabled some incredibly talented people to add depth and sophistication to their color work in comics. There have always been talented colorists working in the industry, but in the last decade or so, you’ve seen […]

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