Wonder Woman #40 Review: Still With This Foolishness?

There’s a line in today’s issue of Wonder Woman that perfectly captures the quality of writing we’ve been dealing with for the past several months. The woefully underdeveloped villain Silver Swan is flying through the night sky, stinging from her recent battle with Wonder Woman, and as she sees the moon shining she notes, “TheContinue reading “Wonder Woman #40 Review: Still With This Foolishness?”

Wonder Woman #39 Review: Let’s Talk About The One Good Thing This Book Has Going For It

It’s tough to come up with new and creative ways to say a comic book is terribly written every two weeks, and James Robinson is doing me no favours by continually churning out one of the worst Wonder Woman runs in recent memory. And that’s saying something. Remember the Finches? This might be even worseContinue reading “Wonder Woman #39 Review: Let’s Talk About The One Good Thing This Book Has Going For It”

Wonder Woman #38 Review: This Silver Swan Tale is an Ugly Duckling

It’s a New Year, gang, and after spending the latter part of last year slogging through some truly horrendous Wonder Woman comic books, this first issue of 2018 offers us an opportunity for a fresh start. James Robinson remains the writer of the book, of course, for reasons no one seems to completely understand. ButContinue reading “Wonder Woman #38 Review: This Silver Swan Tale is an Ugly Duckling”

Wonder Woman Retro Action Figures Coming In 2016 From Figures Toy Company

Figures Toy Company has announced that they’re working on a new line of Wonder Woman retro action figures, set to debut in 2016. The line includes Wonder Woman, Diana Prince, Steve Trevor, and Silver Swan, and the heads have been sculpted by Danny “The Farrow” Anniello. I have no idea who that is, but theContinue reading “Wonder Woman Retro Action Figures Coming In 2016 From Figures Toy Company”

Wonder Woman ’77 #6 Review: “Who Is Wonder Woman? Part 3” by Marc Andreyko, Matt Haley, and Richard Ortiz

The final issue of this Wonder Woman ’77 arc ends with a bang as Wonder Woman faces a gang of some of her fiercest villains in a battle royale. Sort of. As the end of last week’s issue revealed, Dr. Psycho was behind the appearance of a new Wonder Woman and Diana’s apparent depowering, controllingContinue reading “Wonder Woman ’77 #6 Review: “Who Is Wonder Woman? Part 3” by Marc Andreyko, Matt Haley, and Richard Ortiz”

Wonder Woman ’77 #3 Review: “Disco Inferno, Part 3” by Marc Andreyko, Matt Haley, and Richard Ortiz

The first arc of the digital-first Wonder Woman ’77 wrapped this week, and it was a solid ending that carried on most of the pros and cons of the two issues that preceded it. The conclusion wasn’t overly involved; Wonder Woman freed Steve from the Silver Swan’s hypnosis, defeated the Silver Swan, and celebrated withContinue reading “Wonder Woman ’77 #3 Review: “Disco Inferno, Part 3” by Marc Andreyko, Matt Haley, and Richard Ortiz”

Wonder Woman ’77 #2 Review: “Disco Inferno, Part 2” by Marc Andreyko, Drew Johnson, and Matt Haley

After a bit of delay, Wonder Woman ’77 #2 came out late yesterday afternoon on Comixology, so this review is a day late. So it goes. When we last left our intrepid heroine, she was at a bustling discotheque in her Diana Prince identity, trying to track down a Soviet defector, when she came acrossContinue reading “Wonder Woman ’77 #2 Review: “Disco Inferno, Part 2” by Marc Andreyko, Drew Johnson, and Matt Haley”