Following Brother In Arms, Liam Sharp Departing Wonder Woman But Not Going Far

Posted by April 12, 2017 Comment

 

Wonder Woman by Liam Sharp
Wonder Woman by Liam Sharp

Hot on the heels of Greg Rucka‘s announcement that he is leaving Wonder Woman, one of Wonder Woman‘s artists Liam Sharp has now announced that he too is leaving the book with issue 25.

Liam Sharp has been handling the modern day segments seeing Wonder Woman facing up to the revelation that her past has been manipulated and that she has in fact never been home to Themyscira.

In a post on Facebook, Sharp announced his own departure after Rucka had announced his own.

 

It is worth noting that Sharp says his next project is ‘not straying too far from the book’. What exactly this means is as yet unknown.

(Last Updated April 12, 2017 1:59 pm )

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