The third print issue of The Legend of Wonder Woman hits comic shops today, and you’re going to want to pick this one up. After two fantastic issues covering the adventures of a young Diana, Renae De Liz and Ray Dillon dig into some classic elements of the Wonder Woman mythos in this outing. Steve Trevor crash lands on Themyscira, drama ensues, and then there’s a tournament to decide who will be the Amazons’ champion. It’s all a lot of fun, and absolutely gorgeous.
If you’re a Wonder Woman fan and you’re not reading The Legend of Wonder Woman, you are missing out on the best Wonder Woman story in years. It’s a classic, World War Two era take on Wonder Woman’s origins that harkens back to her original Golden Age adventures while being fresh and new and surprising at every turn. It’s such a blast to read, and easily one of my favourite comics coming out right now.
Once you’ve checked out this third issue, if you’re jonesing for a review here are my reviews of the digital issues that comprise the print book:
(The first review is a double review because Chapter 7 came out on Christmas Eve, so I reviews two issues the next week).
Go buy this comic book! You won’t be disappointed, I guarantee it. The writing is sharp, the art is amazing, the creators clearly care about the characters and understand the core of who Wonder Woman is. You’re going to love it. Check it out!