Frank Cho Says He's in Talks With DC For a Wonder Woman Project

Frank Cho left in July as variant-cover artist for "Wonder Woman," citing conflicts with writer Greg Rucka, but that may not be the end of his work on the DC Comics heroine.

In an interview with Fumetto Logica, Cho revealed he's in negotiations with DC to writer and draw a possible "Wonder Woman" miniseries. When asked how sure he is the project will happen, artist replied, "Yeah, I mean, let’s be honest, it’s gonna happen. You know, I have a huge fan base and I have the story already written."

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Cho made it clear the miniseries won't be another origin story, "because I hate origin stories." "Every single Wonder Woman book that you pick there’s a[n] origin story where nothing happens," he explained. "I’m going to treat Wonder Woman as I treat all superheroes, as a superhero. It’s pretty much genderless, she will be fighting bad guys, it’s gonna be action, non-stop action from start to finish."

Originally hired to create 24 variant covers for the Rebirth series, Cho announced his departure after producing only six, alleging, “All the problem lies with Greg Rucka. “Greg Rucka has been trying to alter and censor my artwork since day one.”

Asked for a time frame for his Wonder Woman project, Cho told Fumetto Logica, "[DC] recruited me to do the 'Wonder Woman' covers originally and that didn’t work out because of the writer, but they want me back to Wonder Woman as soon as possible, as soon as the writer is gone."

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