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In 2000, comics legend Will Eisner produced "Last Day in Vietnam," a graphic novel anthology that was a mix of autobiographical tale, observation and retelling of the kind of slice-of-life stories that are so nonsensical, they have to be true. Eisner, who served in the Army during World War II, edited a magazine on vehicle maintenance until 1971. His contacts with soldiers and his own experiences inform the six tales in "Last Day," which take place during World War II, Korea and Vietnam.
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Wonder Woman's much-buzzed-about movie may have granted her a bit of a popular-vote groundswell, but there wasn't much agreement on which run of comics from her long and storied life should make the final cut. Arguments were made for her debut comics, which remain bracingly weird; George Perez's mid-'80s reboot; Greg Rucka's tenure, when he turned her into a kind of superpowered diplomat; and Brian Azzarello's recent turn, in which he recast the Olympian gods as rival crime families. Ultimately, it was Gail Simone's run on the character (especially her four-issue launch tale, The Circle, with art by Terry and Rachel Dodson) that best managed to nail Diana's iconography by depicting her as powerful as we know her to be and as compassionate as we need her to be.