DC Tells The Guardian That Legend Of Wonder Woman Was Cancelled Over "Challenging Relationship" With De Liz And Dillon

wwBleeding Cool has been covering the cancellation of the second volume of The Legend Of Wonder Woman by Renae De Liz and Ray Dillon in mid-production in a number of articles.

Now the Guardian newspaper has picked it up. And they managed to get an actual quote out of DC Comics.

The critically acclaimed, Eisner-nominated comic series The Legend Of Wonder Woman has been cancelled by DC Comics, because of what a spokesperson for DC called "a challenging relationship" with the husband and wife team behind the series.

And that

The DC spokesperson told the Guardian that though "we loved the book and we were very excited to work on the collected volume", the studio was concerned about Dillon's public comments about other teams at DC on social media.

Dillon had denied that his negative comments on Twitter regarding rival Wonder Woman projects was responsible for the cancellation of the series. We pointed out that DC believed differently and this article appears to confirm that.


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