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Heroine Worship

New Hampshire author Jodi Picoult, who wrote the story for the new Wonder Woman graphic novel, on the difficulty of fighting crime in a bustier.

By Rachel Deahl
December 9, 2007

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Were you excited when comic-book publisher DC offered you Wonder Woman? Initially I thought it was a nice gesture but I'm way too busy for this. When I told my family, my 14-year-old son - a huge comics fan - said I had to take the job. Apparently it's cool to have a mom who's a best-selling novelist, but it's ... (Full article: 476 words)

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