Wonder Woman #76 Review: Mother and Child Reunions

After the suitably epic, oversized Wonder Woman #75, this issue takes a break from battle and revelations in favour of something a little quieter. It’s a nice pause after the action and adventure of the past few outings, a well deserved breather as characters adjust to their new realities and the opportunities they present. ThereContinue reading “Wonder Woman #76 Review: Mother and Child Reunions”

Wonder Woman #70 Review: Love is a Battlefield

Our gal Diana has been through a lot recently. Ares is back, and being a real jerk. Veronica Cale is up to her usual tricks. Olympus is destroyed and the Amazons are missing. Giant rock monsters are roaming through the mountains of Colorado. She’s been put through the wringer ever since G. Willow Wilson tookContinue reading “Wonder Woman #70 Review: Love is a Battlefield”

Wonder Woman #61 Review: Love Will Lead You Back

After taking a break over the holidays last week, Wonder Woman is back and set to dominate January. Or rather, lovingly induce the willing submission of January. The point is, we’re going to get three issues of Wonder Woman this month, and that should be a lot of fun. This run has been great soContinue reading “Wonder Woman #61 Review: Love Will Lead You Back”

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 #45 Review: “Amazons Attacked” Stumbles to a Poor Conclusion

Let’s start with some happy news: This run is going to end. We’ve always known this in the abstract, of course. Creative teams at the Big Two never last forever. But now we’ve got a date. On July 11, 2018, Wonder Woman #50 will come out and mark the end of James Robinson’s tenure writingContinue reading “Wonder Woman #45 Review: “Amazons Attacked” Stumbles to a Poor Conclusion”

Wonder Woman #43 Review: Diana Takes a Backseat, Once Again

At some point, I think that DC will eventually realize that people buy Wonder Woman for Wonder Woman. It’s a simple idea, and one they’re pretty good at with their other characters. Batman is mostly about Batman. Superman is mostly about Superman. And yet here we are once again, with another run of Wonder WomanContinue reading “Wonder Woman #43 Review: Diana Takes a Backseat, Once Again”