Wonder Woman #76 Review: Mother and Child Reunions

After the suitably epic, oversized Wonder Woman #75, this issue takes a break from battle and revelations in favour of something a little quieter. It’s a nice pause after the action and adventure of the past few outings, a well deserved breather as characters adjust to their new realities and the opportunities they present. ThereContinue reading “Wonder Woman #76 Review: Mother and Child Reunions”

Wonder Woman #75 Review: The Battle for Themyscira

I don’t usually start my reviews with a spoiler, but if you read last week’s issue then you knew this was coming: Diana, princess of the Amazons, has returned to Themyscira. Which at first glance doesn’t seem like a huge deal until you remember that, apart from “Year One,” she hasn’t been to her realContinue reading “Wonder Woman #75 Review: The Battle for Themyscira”

Wonder Woman #74 Review: Reunited, And It Feels So Good

Some major things are happening in this week’s issue of Wonder Woman, leading to even more major things for Wonder Woman #75 in two weeks’ time, presumably. Quarter century issues are a big deal these days, maybe because so few comic books make it to a 25th issue, much less a 50th or a 75th.Continue reading “Wonder Woman #74 Review: Reunited, And It Feels So Good”

Wonder Woman #73 Review: Through a Glass Darkly

I love an alternate universe. Whether it’s slight changes in a different dimension or a full on evil mirror universe, I’m instantly intrigued. I am here for bizarre multiverse fun all day long. However, alternate universes haven’t been great for Wonder Woman. I’ve never been a big fan of the evil Earth Three, the CrimeContinue reading “Wonder Woman #73 Review: Through a Glass Darkly”

Wonder Woman #72 Review: A Colossal Minotaur, Laser Swords, and More!

We’ve got lots of action and a potentially interesting cliffhanger in Wonder Woman this week, but I’ve gotta be honest, gang, and say this issue fell a little bit flat for me. The art certainly didn’t help matters, with some fill-in artists failing to reach the heights recently established by the series’ more regular pencilers.Continue reading “Wonder Woman #72 Review: A Colossal Minotaur, Laser Swords, and More!”

Wonder Woman #71 Review: A Colossal Discovery

We’ve had a bit of a talky go of it lately with Wonder Woman. Atlantiades is not the sort of villain you stop with fisticuffs, or even a villain at all, really. More an interesting conundrum, a deity in a strange place doing what only comes natural to them, seeking worship. And toying with mortals,Continue reading “Wonder Woman #71 Review: A Colossal Discovery”

Wonder Woman #70 Review: Love is a Battlefield

Our gal Diana has been through a lot recently. Ares is back, and being a real jerk. Veronica Cale is up to her usual tricks. Olympus is destroyed and the Amazons are missing. Giant rock monsters are roaming through the mountains of Colorado. She’s been put through the wringer ever since G. Willow Wilson tookContinue reading “Wonder Woman #70 Review: Love is a Battlefield”