Wonder Woman. I am sure there will be the usual... she is a "strong" woman, she is an inspiration for women, etc. etc.
As much as I am enjoying Azzarello's current work on the Amazon Princess's title, I think I will look back at a prior work from several years ago.
As I said, I wanted to ask how the writer's portrayal of her appealed to you as a reader. I remember the Greg Rucka run written for several years prior to the relaunch after the Infinite Crisis crossover at the time. She was depicted with dignity and intelligence. Rucka portrayed her as someone who can deduce a situation. When Batman made a guest appearance on her title, she was able to deduce the situation by the facts Batman gave her. It was great because a lesser writer would have shown the situation with the Batman explaining everything to her. That would have been bad, because the "Wisdom of Athena" would not have been present in that situation.
That's an example of my take on her appeal from a previous writer.
On the current work by Azzarello, I enjoyed the action. I mean it brings back memories of the old Xena Warrior Princess television show. There is that violence in Azarello's Wonder Woman, that appeals to action oriented readers. But it's more than just that.