Wonder Woman Annual #1 Review OR It’s Not Actually That Bad. I Know, I’m Surprised Too!

Well, this was a surprise. I did not have high expectations for today’s Wonder Woman Annual #1, the book that wrapped up Meredith and David Finch’s first arc on Wonder Woman. I’ve been extremely unimpressed with their work thus far, and constantly frustrated with the series and their lack of understanding of who Wonder WomanContinue reading “Wonder Woman Annual #1 Review OR It’s Not Actually That Bad. I Know, I’m Surprised Too!”

Wonder Woman Annual #1 Preview: Wrapping Up Meredith And David Finch’s First Arc

After a two month delay, Wonder Woman Annual #1 is hitting comic shops tomorrow. The book was supposed to be out just before “Convergence” began, but then Wonder Woman #40 got pushed back and it seems that DC just waited until “Convergence” was over to put out this annual. It’s a bit of an oddContinue reading “Wonder Woman Annual #1 Preview: Wrapping Up Meredith And David Finch’s First Arc”

Wonder Woman’s March 2015 Covers and Solicits

Wonder Woman is headlining four different books in March, though she’s doing so in the most annoying of ways with the over-sized, higher priced annual that wraps up the storyline you’ve been reading in the main books. Such a jerk move. “Oh, you’ve been enjoying this story for $3 a month? Well, it’s going toContinue reading “Wonder Woman’s March 2015 Covers and Solicits”

Secret Origins #6 Review OR Wonder Woman’s New 52 Origin Finally Revealed

This week’s issue of Secret Origins tells the tale of how Diana, Princess of Paradise Island, became Wonder Woman. Sort of. It’s a truncated story that leaves out a lot of the parts traditionally associated with Wonder Woman’s origin story. Nonetheless, it provides some fascinating backstory for a character who hasn’t had a lot ofContinue reading “Secret Origins #6 Review OR Wonder Woman’s New 52 Origin Finally Revealed”

Wonder Woman’s October 2014 Covers And Solicits

October is going to be a busy and significant month for Wonder Woman. Not only are Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang wrapping up their run on Wonder Woman, they’re unveiling her New 52 origin story in Secret Origins as well. Wonder Woman’s two other series have new issues as well, so let’s get to theContinue reading “Wonder Woman’s October 2014 Covers And Solicits”

Wonder Woman #32 Review OR The War Of The Gods Continues

Things are not going well for the Olympian deities. The First Born has taken Mount Olympus, and now he’s trying to kill off the gods one by one. Demeter is the target in this issue, but now the remaining gods are working together to thwart his plans. Oh, and Wonder Woman’s in there somewhere too.Continue reading “Wonder Woman #32 Review OR The War Of The Gods Continues”

Wonder Woman #32 Preview OR Strife Comes To Olympus

If you read my review of Wonder Woman #31, you’ll know I was none too pleased with the sons of the Amazons returning to Paradise Island, and this next issue starts with them moving in. I have no idea who at DC thought this was a good idea, but it seems to be happening. InContinue reading “Wonder Woman #32 Preview OR Strife Comes To Olympus”