it would be cool if dc comic released some of the volume 2 runs of the old wonder woman comics in to a graphic novel set so new wonder woman fans and look more in to her history and still stay with the new 52
I notice the cover that went to press has Wonder Girl’s nipple edited out. Does this sort of editorial license happen often to you, or other artists you know? If so, is it primarily sexual or do political/social themes get adjusted as well?
I'm not criticizing just throwing this out there. Don't you think it's weird how most female fantasy character, american and japanese, are busty? I feel we may be giving men a reason to wonder why all women don't look that way.
It isn't any weirder than most male fantasy characters being tall, muscular, and with great hair. Fantasy is all about glamourization and idealized imagery. Most people want their heroes and heroines to be romanticized, even in more-than-realistic way.