A prim and murderous domestic goddess
In this selection, she’s not the oddest
Diana, that Amazon Woman of Wonder
In part two, she hunts the hunter
To her father-in-law, whether he’s Oz or El,
Lois Lane will likely exclaim “Just go to Hell!”
The war wages on and takes its toll,
But Scott Free’s story is on quite a roll
Gods may be wicked and sometimes divine
And some may simply straddle the line
Gone! Gone! The form of man!
Rise the…wait, what rhymes with man?
The Weigh In is here, of these books take note;
Stop Crushing Candy, it’s time to vote!
Which comic should be featured in this Spotlight Sunday?
- THE WICKED + THE DIVINE #32 (Image) - "IMPERIAL PHASE II", Part Four It's time for a "Wait—he's doing what? But he's...yes! No! Oh no! But then she did the—and WHATTAAATATAT? (40%, 4 Votes)
- ACTION COMICS #989 (DC) - “THE OZ EFFECT” part three! The startling revelation of Mr. Oz’s origin has stopped the Man of Steel dead in his tracks. (30%, 3 Votes)
- THE DEMON BY JACK KIRBY (DC) (TPB) - Jack Kirby’s legendary creation, Etrigan the Demon, is back in a new title collecting his entire original 16-issue series. (10%, 1 Votes)
- WONDER WOMAN #32 (DC) - “CHILDREN OF THE GODS” part two! Wonder Woman must find out who is targeting Zeus’ children before their sights are set on her! (10%, 1 Votes)
- LADY KILLER VOL 1 (Dark Horse) (TPB) - Josie Schuller is a picture-perfect homemaker, wife, and mother—but she’s also a ruthless, efficient killer! (10%, 1 Votes)
- MISTER MIRACLE #3 (DC) - The insanity of war is the insanity of Mister Miracle. Darkseid and Orion’s forces clash violently on the battlefields of New Genesis. (0%, 0 Votes)
Total Voters: 10
TPB = Trade Paperback, a volume containing a longer original story, or collecting multiple issues of a regular comic.
HC = Hardcover, a volume containing a longer original story, or collecting multiple issues of a regular comic.
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