A Waste of Time? Really?

I heard a person on a podcast the other day complaining that Legend of Wonder Woman, if it wasn’t official continuity, was a waste of time to read. I don’t get that. I guess I’ve always subscribed to the thought that stories are malleable and can be enduring (at least the good ones) and withstand (and can even be strengthened by) interpretations and new takes on the existing tropes. I like what Renae De Liz & Ray Dillon are doing with WW’s origin. Plus, if enough people respond positively to it, the story could become continuity. Why dismiss the premise out of hand?

One thought on “A Waste of Time? Really?

  1. Damian February 18, 2016 / 1:16 pm

    Great point.
    There are lots of cases where out of continuity became continuity; or so strongly influenced future writers that it indirectly became continuity.

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