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News Bits New from Wizard World East! It seems PJ is heading to do some work for Marvel. It was announced that Phil will be doing the art for New Xmen 132! The Xmen editor also said that Phil and Marvel are in talks about Phil playing a large artistic role for the Xmen books! More will be posted when I find out. 04-21-02 Phil Jimenez is slated to return to full art duties on Wonder Woman beginning with August's issue #184 03-27-02 In the newest issue of Wizard it says tht Phil has pitched DC a creator-owned Vertigo project and many not renew his DC-exclusive contract. Phil is also #7 for the top 10 aritst in the issue too. In issue 12 of Codename: Knockout, Phil will be filling in for 10 pages PJ Wonder Woman covers in 2002? Maybe, Phil is providing the covers for Wonder Woman secret files #3 and Wonder Woman 179 at least. From Wizards 2002 previews- “It’s sort of a sword and sorcery, science fiction epic where Wonder Woman liberates a continent of people under the oppression of evil villains …and she’ll ‘get some’ along the way. Says Phil as he sums up the first half of 2002 for Wonder Woman, who will pay a visit to the home of the Warlord, Skartaris, to rescue its inhabitants from an all-new, all-female Villainy, Inc. However, all work and no play leaves the Amazon Princess sexually frustrates, so luckily she’ll get a little male companionship with a lucky young stud-muffin.
August 2002 Phil Jimenez returns to full art chores in Part 1 of an unforgettable 2-part adventure!!! Diana comes face-to-face with…Wonder Woman?!? The two heroes must stop a nefarious Nazi plot! And how do Miss America and a herd of dinosaurs figure into this whole thing? July 2002 Written by Phil Jimenez; art by Roy Allan Martinez, Jimenez and Andy Lanning; cover by Jimenez and José Villarrubia Wonder Woman comes face-to-face with the true mastermind behind the takeover of the lost world of Skartaris. Plus, the continuing adventures of Donna Troy, illustrated by Phil Jimenez! June 2002 WONDER WOMAN #182 Written by Phil Jimenez; art by Roy Allan Martinez, Jimenez and Andy Lanning; cover by Jimenez and Jose Villarrubia. Wonder Woman and Trevor Barnes, along with the armies of Skartaris, storm the city of Shamballa to free this lost world from the tyranny of Villainy, Inc. Meanwhile, will Wonder Girl finally confront her father? Plus, the continuing back-up adventures of Troia and Fury, illustrated by Phil Jimenez. 32 pages, $2.25, in stores on June 26. May 2002 -Wonder Woman 181 Written by Phil Jimenez; art by Roy Allan Martinez, Jimenez and Andy Lanning; cover by Jimenez and Jose Villarrubia. As Villainy, Inc. takes over the Atlantean city of Shamballa, Wonder Woman liberates the prisoners of Skartaris. Can she unite the warring people of the lost world and lead them to victory? Plus, the continuing back-up (illustrated by Phil Jimenez) featuring Troia's quest to find out what happened to Fury. -Wonder Woman Poster Art by Phil Jimenez. Crafted from the clay of the Earth and endowed with life and great powers by the gods of the Greek pantheon, Princess Diana grew to become the super-powered Wonder Woman, Amazon emissary to the world of man. The Wonder Woman Poster features the art from a Profile Page in Wonder Woman Secret Files #2 by Phil Jimenez. This poster measures 24" x 36". April 2002 -Wonder Woman 180 The secret origins of the new Billainy Inc. are revealed as Wonder Woman learns how they took ofver tehr lost world of Skartaris. Plus, Donna Troy's adventures continue as the search for the Fury's avatar leads her straight into the hands of a new Wonder Woman villain. -Codename: Knoceout #12 "Undressed to Kill" Part 3 of 3. Angela takes on the huldking Russian crime boss Evgenia Orlova in hand-to-hand combat, for control of a Siberian sex slave camp. Plus, the astonishing story of what (and who) Go-Go's been up to, with art by special guest penciller Phil Jimenez -Plantary/The Authority: New World Order-New Printing The much demanded one-shot returns in a new printing. March 2002 -Wonder Woman 179 Wonder Woman's quest leads to Skartaris, where she confronts the new Villainy, Inc., that's out to subjugate this world. Only the Amazon Princess can bring peace to the land of Warlords and kings. Plus, the Troia backup continues as Donna begins her own quest to find Fury. -Wonder Woman Secret Files 3 A look at DC's most powerful heroine. A heroine critical to the history of the DC Universe draws inspiration from the Amazon Princess and her adventures, written by Phil Jimenez and illustrated by talented newcomer David Yardin. Plus, a profiles section showcasing Wonder Woman, her enemies and her allies, courtesy of writer/penciller Jimenez and inker Andy Lanning Feb 2002 -Wonder Woman 178 Diana goes on her first date with Trevor Barnes, but it’s interrupted by the appearance of Titans member Tempest- who’s come for help trying to retrieve the Trident of Poseidon. Meanwhile, Cassie-now a famous super-hero-gets a letter from the father she never knew, while a mysterious figure begins to gather the members of the latest incarnation of Villainy, Inc! Plus, a Troia backup feature begins this issue. Jan 2002 -Wonder Woman 177 While the Amazons build a new Paradise Island after the effects of “Our Worlds at War,” Wonder Woman pays her last respects to her mother. But will Diana finally let her rest in peace? -Wonder Woman: Paradise Lost TP Collecting the first seven issues of Phil Jimenez’s critically acclaimed run! Reprinting Wonder Woman #164-170 and the “Who is Troia?” store from Wonder Woman Secret Files #2.