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Subj: Re: Wonder Woman - Tasmanian Devil Special #1...
Posted: Thu Jul 06, 2017 at 10:00:00 pm EDT (Viewed 3 times)
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Wonder Woman - Tasmanian Devil Special 001
http://www.comicbookcritic.net/wonder-woman-tasmanian-devil-bedard-kitson-dc/
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THIS WAS FUN! Wonder Woman and Tasmanian Devil - an inspired pairing for this DC theme month of speical Looney Toons crossovers. This was actually 2x the fun, as their backup team-up was as fun as the lead. Both stories different but equally entertaining in their way, that is a crying shame of the waste of it not being canon. And doubley disappointing because the prose and pictures was done well enough to actually fit into canon with barely a tweak.

Anyone is free to synopsis it - mostly just wanted to recommend it as a worth reading. And submit a new MB header from it.



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I had completely forgotten about this issue...thank you for the reminder. I thought that it was adorable. However, that only relates to the first story; I did not like the 2nd.

I have not read any of the other cross-overs, so don't know if the 2nd story arc concentrated more on the looney tunes characters than the dc ones; but I didn't like how Diana was just 'decoration' in the second. Again, maybe that is how the arcs throughout the crossover ran: 1st arc focused on the dc character, while the 2nd arc focused on the looney tunes aspect.

Loved Taz and the Minotaur of all mythology as guardians and somewhat friends.

I am happy that I got it.


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