Wonder Woman #35 Preview OR A Peek At Brian Azzarello And Cliff Chiang’s Epic Finale

After more than three years, Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang’s time on Wonder Woman is coming to a close tomorrow with Wonder Woman #35. It’s been quite a run, and despite my qualms with some aspects of the story, their tenure’s high points have been remarkable and certain issues will go down as some ofContinue reading “Wonder Woman #35 Preview OR A Peek At Brian Azzarello And Cliff Chiang’s Epic Finale”

Wonder Woman #31 Preview OR No Boys Allowed

Maybe I should have gone with “All Hell Breaks Loose” for the title of this post, since the dead have all escaped Hades now that the First Born appears to have, somewhat ironically, killed the god of the underworld. If it’s a relevant plot point, perhaps I’ll use that for my review of the issue,Continue reading “Wonder Woman #31 Preview OR No Boys Allowed”

Wonder Woman #27 Preview OR The Search For Zola And Zeke Begins

Wonder Woman #27 is out already, but a decent preview wasn’t available until I got up this morning so here’s a peek inside the book.  You might want to click on that two page spread to get a bigger image: So Wonder Woman’s pretty bummed about Zola leaving, but looks to be teaming up withContinue reading “Wonder Woman #27 Preview OR The Search For Zola And Zeke Begins”

Wonder Woman #25 Preview OR A Suspended Cage Of Emotion

Wonder Woman #25 is out tomorrow, and Maxim has the exclusive preview.  Because that makes a lot of sense.  A Wonder Woman preview should definitely be right next to illuminating articles like “The Superhot Secrets of Lesbian Sex” and “TV’s 12 Hottest News Anchors.”  According to the blurb before the preview, everyone at Maxim isContinue reading “Wonder Woman #25 Preview OR A Suspended Cage Of Emotion”

Wonder Woman #24 Review OR Setting Things Up For The Coming Year

Now that we’re done with all the lenticular covered fun of Villains Month, Wonder Woman is back on track, picking up where we left off in August.  Ares is dead, the First Born is captured, and Diana is the new god of war.  With this new status quo now established, there’s lots to play outContinue reading “Wonder Woman #24 Review OR Setting Things Up For The Coming Year”

Wonder Woman #24 Preview AKA House Hunters International

The Mary Sue seems to be the place to go for Wonder Woman related previews lately, and now they’ve got a peek at Wonder Woman #24.  Last we saw our intrepid hero, she had defeated the First Born and killed her mentor Ares, taking over his role as the God of War.  And now, itContinue reading “Wonder Woman #24 Preview AKA House Hunters International”

Wonder Woman #18 Review OR Wonder Woman Plays A Minor Role In Some Big Story Resolution

Something finally happened in Wonder Woman #18, which is a very nice change of pace.  Wonder Woman’s been looking for Zola’s baby since August, and now she’s finally got him back with his mother after months of what felt to me like a rather slow moving story.  So that’s good.  However, I’m of two mindsContinue reading “Wonder Woman #18 Review OR Wonder Woman Plays A Minor Role In Some Big Story Resolution”