Heinberg Hints At End To His "Wonder Woman" Arc

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With the brewing controversy over the recently announced delay of the end to the "Who Is Wonder Woman?" storyline in DC Comics' "Wonder Woman" series, writer Allan Heinberg opened up to fans with details regarding the conclusion. On Friday, the scribe posted this entry on his MySpace page:

"Hey, everybody,

"Because of our ongoing scheduling issues, DC Comics has been generous enough to allow Terry Dodson and me to make the conclusion of our "Who Is Wonder Woman?" arc into an extra-sized special issue, complete with guests artists, a backup story, and several cool additional features. The scheduling shift will allow a newly solicited WONDER WOMAN 5 to ship on schedule, an issue that ties into Jodi Picoult's upcoming run on the book and Will Pfeiffer's AMAZONS ATTACK event.

"Oh, and I'm told WONDER WOMAN 4 is allegedly in stores next week. Hope you enjoy it.

"All best,


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