By Edgar Miraculous Dyer I am not sure Prince Jason, Wonder Woman's twin brother, should exist, ..at all. At least, I'm not sure he should have had a storyline built around him, in the Wonder Woman comic. It might have been smarter to introduce Prince Jason in a smaller way, without devoting an entire issue to him. It might have been smarter to, instead, use that time to show him in action, with or against his sister, in some spectacular, game-changing role to play. I think, if he had appeared briefly in the story, leaving a decisive impact, we would be having a different conversation about him ..and looking forward to the special "The Amazing Origin of Wonder Woman's Brother, Jason" issue, filling in the blanks, ..later. In the good, ole day, a popular superhero's brother would have been introduced to us, as if he'd been there, all along! That's how many of the great comic book characters were introduced. Prince Jason isn't one of those.
PHIL JIMENEZ... You have WORKED, so incredibly, relentlessly hard to get to this moment--to impact and raise the expectations of what we expect to find in a comic book, how it can transform our LIVES ..and how we see each other--and we're so proud of you, Phil. You have told us you were one of those 80s kid artists, worshipping the masterful pencils of the late, great George Perez, ..emulating his style in your work. "You can't look at a Phil Jimenez, without thinking of George Perez", we say! When you hear fans say or write things, like that, it's got to be a little awkward, because we LOVED that generous man and what he shared with all of us, ..but, I think they are coming from a pure place. A place of sincere appreciation for you both. You truly are one of the greatest X-Men, Wonder Woman and Titans storytellers and illustrators, generally speaking, of our generation. You have been an inspiration to aspiring Latino and LGBTQA comic book creators, alike, ..a nd