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Wonder Woman’s ‘Red Hood’ Gets Her Own Series From DC

Amazon Warrior Artemisia van Bana-Mighdall will star in her upcoming series as she Artemis: Wanted† Straight out of Wonder Woman’s this taste of amazon event, Artemis: Wanted She will be shown the eponymous warrior who escaped from Themyscira when her Amazon sisters try to track her down.

Artemis is a long-standing character wonder woman Myth, which debuted in 1994 wonder woman #90 Written by William Messner-Loebs and Mike Deodato, one of Bana-Mighdall’s most vicious and talented fighters finally took over the mantle of Wonder Woman before her untimely death.Since 2016 DC regeneration In the reboot, the character reconnected as an unopposed warrior with a history of intense jealousy for Diana, but became Wonder Woman’s “Little Red Riding Hood” when working with Wonder Woman current little Red Riding Hood Little Red Riding Hood and the Bandits† Artemis is now known as a rebellious but loyal Amazonian warrior who is almost always seen with her magical axe, Amma.

Artemis: Wanted Will be written by the talented Vita Ayala (New Mutants, Nubia and Amazon) Fine Art and Design by Skylar Patridge (Wonder Woman, Aquaman: Newborn† on Twitter partridge Was able to announce the upcoming series and shared two beautiful covers for the first issue, one by Becky Cloonan and the other by Matteo Scalera, both perfectly portraying Artemis’ power and loneliness Honey† course taste of amazon The incident centers on a major murder mystery, specifically asking who killed Themyscira’s former queen, Hippolyta, and while there’s no official confirmation of who the killer is, Artemis appears to be. in one way or another worried.Official summary Artemis: Wanted #1 Reveals Artemis”Fleeing her sisters for her sins“according to taste of amazonThen go on to say:

She might say it’s all about peace, but even Wonder Woman doesn’t believe what she says. Now, the former member of Bana-Mighdall is sought after not only by his people, but by all Amazon tribes! Does a warrior who destroyed the past have a future? Find out Artemis traveled the world in search of answers and new paths. He will need all the help he can get, and that help may come from the most unlikely source…the gods!

Artemis is an important player Little Red Riding Hood and the Bandits Because she has many traits that Jason Todd shares as two die-hard traitors. After being killed and then resurrected, their overly violent nature is a product of their dark past. It’s time for Artemis to have its own eponymous series like Red Hood, and creative duo Ayala and Patridge are sure to honor the fierce warrior’s past as they forge a powerful new destiny for her in the DC Universe. The synopsis reveals that no matter what Artemis is guilty of, she does it because she thinks it will bring peace to the Amazon, but sadly neither Wonder Woman nor Queen Nubia seem to believe her enough to make her free.

Artemis and her epic axe mistress have long been a fan favorite, but she’s often been relegated to subplots or solo as a fighter, so it’s surprising that DC allowed this character to gain time in the heat of battle. Artemis is a complex and strong female warrior whose presence is always emphasized in the books, and combining Vita Ayala with Partridge’s art promises to restore her importance in the Wonder Woman universe Role.Be sure to read all taste of amazon preparation activities Artemis: Wanted #A sort of When it premieres on July 16!

source: Skylar Partridge

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Wonder Woman’s ‘Red Hood’ Gets Her Own Series From DC

The Amazonian warrior Artemis of Bana-Mighdall will star in her own upcoming series as she runs for her life in the pages of Artemis: Wanted. Spinning directly out of Wonder Woman’s The Trial of the Amazons event, Artemis: Wanted will feature the eponymous warrior fleeing from Themyscira as her Amazonian sisters attempt to hunt her down.
Artemis is a long running character from the Wonder Woman mythos, first debuting in 1994’s Wonder Woman #90 by William Messner-Loebs and Mike Deodato, as one of the most vicious and talented warriors of the Bana-Mighdall, before eventually taking on the mantle of Wonder Woman herself before her untimely death. Since the 2016 DC Rebirth relaunch, the character has been retconned to be an unrivaled warrior with a history of intense jealousy toward Diana, but came into her own as Wonder Woman’s “Red Hood” while partnering with the actual Red Hood in Red Hood and the Outlaws. Artemis is now known for being a rebellious but loyal Amazonian warrior who is almost always seen with her enchanted axe, Mistress.
Artemis: Wanted will be written by the immensely talented Vita Ayala (New Mutants, Nubia & The Amazons) with gorgeous art and design by Skylar Patridge (Wonder Woman, Aquaman: The Becoming). On Twitter Patridge was able to announce the upcoming series and share two gorgeous covers for the first issue, one by Becky Cloonan and another by Matteo Scalera, both perfectly painting a picture of how strong, and alone Artemis will be in Wanted. The ongoing Trial of the Amazons event is centered around a huge murder mystery, specifically asking who killed the former Queen of Themyscira Hippolyta, and while there is no official confirmation about who the murderer is it seems like Artemis must be somehow involved. The official synopsis for Artemis: Wanted #1 reveals that Artemis is “on the run from her sisters for her sins” following the Trial of the Amazons, and goes on to say:

She may say it was all in the name of peace, but not even Wonder Woman believes a word she says. Now the former member of the Bana-Mighdall is wanted by not only her people, but all Amazon tribes! Is there a future for a warrior who has destroyed her past? Find out as Artemis travels the world searching for answers and a new path forward. She’ll need all the help she can get, and it may come from the unlikeliest of sources…the Gods!

News just dropped so I can finally say that @definitelyvita and I will be bringing you some Artemis angst this summer!
ARTEMIS: WANTED coming July 19th
(And I may be losing my mind over this @beckycloonan cover just a little bit) pic.twitter.com/aAco8YVbFC
— Skylar Patridge (@SkyePatridge) April 15, 2022

Artemis was a major player in Red Hood and the Outlaws because she has many characteristics that are shared by Jason Todd as two headstrong renegades. Having been killed and then later resurrected, their hyper-violent natures are a product of their dark pasts. It is far past time that Artemis had her own self-titled series, just like Red Hood, and the the creative duo of Ayala and Patridge are sure to honor the fierce warrior’s past while forging a strong new destiny for her among the DC Universe. The synopsis reveals that whatever sin Artemis has committed, she did it because she thought it would bring peace to the Amazons, but unfortunately it seems like neither Wonder Woman nor Queen Nubia believed her enough to let her go free.
Artemis and her epic axe Mistress have long been fan favorites, but she has often been relegated to side plots or acting solely as a warrior, so it amazing that DC is giving this character time in the spotlight. Artemis is a complex and strong warrior woman whose presence in a book always stands out, and Vita Ayala’s writing mixed with Patridge’s art will hopefully reestablish her as a major character in the world of Wonder Woman. Make sure to read the entire Trial of the Amazons event to get ready for Artemis: Wanted #1 when it debuts on July 16th!
Source: Skylar Patridge

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