This is a good point, Eddie. Pretty much the only reason DC print however many Wonder Woman comics they do a year is purely to ensure that they don't lose the copyright on her...
Certainly solo titles are a different beast and when you look at it, yes - it's almost entirely long established characters that have their solo-runs... Spiderman/Superman/Batman etc.
Maybe something along the lines of She-Hulks would stand a better chance of lasting the test of time? Also, I'd say - toss in Geiger... it would make sense to have her hanging out with Jen and Lyra, rather than languishing in whatever post-Initiative state team she's currently in...
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