Wonder Woman #68 Review: The Big Friendly Giganta

As often happens with superhero comic books, this cover is not necessarily an accurate reflection of what’s going on inside the book. Yes, Wonder Woman and Giganta get into a bit of a precarious scrap with some rock monsters. That much is true. But the tone here is all wrong. First, I’d say it’s wrongContinue reading “Wonder Woman #68 Review: The Big Friendly Giganta”

Wonder Woman #67 Review: Swords, Stones, and an Arthurian Twist

This issue was everything I wanted it to be. Fun banter between Wonder Woman and Giganta? Yes. Busting up rock giants in awesome fight scenes? Yes. Enemies becoming friends as they worked together toward a common purpose? YES. It was all such a good time, epic in scope yet intimate in terms of its subtleContinue reading “Wonder Woman #67 Review: Swords, Stones, and an Arthurian Twist”

Wonder Woman #66 Review: Go Big or Go Home

I’m a day late on my Wonder Woman review again. Making a movie is a lot of work, gang! There’s so much on the go. And incidentally, you can check out my short film’s Kickstarter if you want to learn more! But back to the book. When I was late to the party two weeksContinue reading “Wonder Woman #66 Review: Go Big or Go Home”

Wonder Woman #60 Review: With War on the Sidelines, Will Love Enter the Fray?

We’ll get to Wonder Woman in a moment but first, let’s talk about the new She-Ra and the Princesses of Power. When Netflix announced that they were bringing back She-Ra with Noelle Stevenson as showrunner, I instantly had an idea of what the show could be. I’m a big fan of Stevenson, from Nimona toContinue reading “Wonder Woman #60 Review: With War on the Sidelines, Will Love Enter the Fray?”

Wonder Woman #59 Review: A Twisted Reflection

In this issue of Wonder Woman, Steve Trevor kicks a griffin in the face then gets head-butted by a satyr. So yeah, this run has been pretty dang fantastic so far. Also, that griffin is the best. She calls Steve a “beakless idiot,” which is a sick burn coming from a griffin. Then she talksContinue reading “Wonder Woman #59 Review: A Twisted Reflection”

Wonder Woman #58 Review: A New Era Begins with G. Willow Wilson and Cary Nord

I’m not even going to pretend to be chill about this. I LOVE G. Willow Wilson. Her Ms. Marvel has been my favourite comic on the stand for years now, her graphic novel Cairo is amazing, and her prose novel Alif the Unseen is spectacular. She’s not just one of the best writers working inContinue reading “Wonder Woman #58 Review: A New Era Begins with G. Willow Wilson and Cary Nord”

Wonder Woman #34 Review: The Worst Family Reunion, On Multiple Levels

Although this is the 34th issue of the current incarnation of Wonder Woman, it’s also something more: When you add up all of the issues from past volumes together, this is actually the 700th issue of Wonder Woman! It’s a massive achievement. Apart from a few short breaks here and there, Wonder Woman has beenContinue reading “Wonder Woman #34 Review: The Worst Family Reunion, On Multiple Levels”