Wonder Woman #35 Review OR The End Of An Era

I don’t think I’ve ever been more excited for a comic than when DC announced that Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang would be relaunching Wonder Woman. I remember exactly where I was and what I was doing when I heard the news, how I flipped out in a public place and drew a lot ofContinue reading “Wonder Woman #35 Review OR The End Of An Era”

Wonder Woman #29 Review OR Game Of Thrones With The Greek Pantheon

The queen’s jerk of a son is on the throne.  There are siblings with incestuous leanings.  A displeased relative has raised an army to try to overthrow the false king.  Wonder Woman is totally Game of Thrones at this point, and I am all for it.  Things are definitely escalating as we enter the finalContinue reading “Wonder Woman #29 Review OR Game Of Thrones With The Greek Pantheon”

Wonder Woman #29 Preview OR Olympus Has Fallout

The last issue of Wonder Woman ended with a bang, literally, and now there seem to be some repercussions.  IGN has a preview of next week’s Wonder Woman #29, so let’s take a look: First off, a preview of Wonder Woman would ideally have more Wonder Woman in it.  Or any Wonder Woman at all. Continue reading “Wonder Woman #29 Preview OR Olympus Has Fallout”

Wonder Woman #28 Review OR Olympus Has Fallen

This wasn’t a terribly eventful issue of Wonder Woman until the very last page, with the book consisting of just two fight scenes, but it was a fun read that built on the good things we saw last month.  While it’s only February, it feels like Azzarello is building towards the annual August finale already,Continue reading “Wonder Woman #28 Review OR Olympus Has Fallen”

Wonder Woman #27 Review OR Wonder Woman vs. A Godless Killing Machine

After nearly two and a half years of being subject to the fiendish machinations of the gods, I think Wonder Woman is starting to turn the tables.  With Zola and Zeke gone, Wonder Woman isn’t flying off half-cocked like we’ve seen in the past.  It looks like she’s got a plan, and she’s acting insteadContinue reading “Wonder Woman #27 Review OR Wonder Woman vs. A Godless Killing Machine”

Wonder Woman #23.2 First Born Review OR Some Interesting Background On The Big Bad

While Wonder Woman #23.1 The Cheetah didn’t seem to have much to do with anything going on elsewhere in the DC universe, the similarly awkwardly named Wonder Woman #23.2 First Born digs deep into the character’s history and lets us understand some more about him and his motivations.  It’s not necessarily an essential piece ofContinue reading “Wonder Woman #23.2 First Born Review OR Some Interesting Background On The Big Bad”

Wonder Woman #23 Review OR An Unsatisfying, But Not Unusual, End To An Uneven Year

Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang have been working on Wonder Woman for two years now, and while the series has had some great moments, the treatment of Wonder Woman herself has been bugging me for a while.  Chiang always draws her magnificently, and my issue is less with him than with the way she’s written,Continue reading “Wonder Woman #23 Review OR An Unsatisfying, But Not Unusual, End To An Uneven Year”