Wonder Woman #65 Review: The Nemesis of My Nemesis is My Friend

I’m a day late on this review after being out and about yesterday, but I’ll be honest with you all and admit I wasn’t hugely looking forward to this issue regardless. The art two weeks back was pretty rough, with Jesus Merino and Andy Owens giving me a distinctly mid-90s vibe, and they’re back forContinue reading “Wonder Woman #65 Review: The Nemesis of My Nemesis is My Friend”

Wonder Woman #64 Review: Angry Neighbourhood Spider-God

This run of Wonder Woman has been excellent so far, bringing back some old divine favourites while asking interesting questions about the nature of heroism in the modern world. Plus it’s been all sorts of entertaining, with high drama, cool action, and comic relief from a crew of mythological creatures. There’s also been a mysteryContinue reading “Wonder Woman #64 Review: Angry Neighbourhood Spider-God”

Wonder Woman #63 Review: This Land Is Minotaur’s Land

NOTE: The terrible pun in this title only works if you pronounce it mine-o-tar. Which is the more fun way to pronounce it anyway! After several issues of serious goings on in Durovnia, with Diana facing off against the god of war himself in the midst of a complicated international conflict, this week’s Wonder WomanContinue reading “Wonder Woman #63 Review: This Land Is Minotaur’s Land”

Wonder Woman #62 Review: Making Peace with the God of War

The first arc of G. Willow Wilson’s run on Wonder Woman draws to a close this week, bringing the war in Durovnia to an end while leaving us with a lot of unanswered questions for our heroine and her divine associates moving forward. This was a storyline that raised a lot of heavy issues, forContinue reading “Wonder Woman #62 Review: Making Peace with the God of War”

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 #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”