Wonder Woman #51 Review: It’s Almost Over, Gang

“Rebirth” is so close now. Today’s Wonder Woman #51 is the penultimate issue of the series. The Finches will wrap up their run next month, and then Greg Rucka’s coming in with Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott to relaunch the book and hopefully make it not terrible anymore. Yes, another relaunch is sort of ridiculous,Continue reading “Wonder Woman #51 Review: It’s Almost Over, Gang”

Wonder Woman #49 Review OR What the Hecate is Wrong with Zeke?

Here’s the good news: “Rebirth” is coming. If the rumours prove true, DC is going to relaunch a bunch of their books in June or July, and apparently the top contender for taking over Wonder Woman is Marguerite Bennett. I am all for it. Bennett is a fantastic writer who’s been doing great work onContinue reading “Wonder Woman #49 Review OR What the Hecate is Wrong with Zeke?”

Wonder Woman #41 Review OR A Bland, Backwards Looking Start To A New Arc

When Meredith and David Finch took over the series with Wonder Woman #36 last fall, their first issue was an absolute mess. The writing was awkard, the art made Wonder Woman look like a sexy adolescent, and the whole book was just an extraordinarily unpleasant reading experience. I’ve read EVERY issue of Wonder Woman goingContinue reading “Wonder Woman #41 Review OR A Bland, Backwards Looking Start To A New Arc”

Wonder Woman #35 Preview OR A Peek At Brian Azzarello And Cliff Chiang’s Epic Finale

After more than three years, Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang’s time on Wonder Woman is coming to a close tomorrow with Wonder Woman #35. It’s been quite a run, and despite my qualms with some aspects of the story, their tenure’s high points have been remarkable and certain issues will go down as some ofContinue reading “Wonder Woman #35 Preview OR A Peek At Brian Azzarello And Cliff Chiang’s Epic Finale”

Wonder Woman #34 Review OR Robot Elephants vs. Vengeful Gods

I liked a lot of things in this penultimate issue of Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang’s Wonder Woman run, but I also wasn’t keen on parts of it. Luckily, the things I didn’t like were more at the beginning and everything got crazy and twisty and fun toward the end. Plus, I think the mysteryContinue reading “Wonder Woman #34 Review OR Robot Elephants vs. Vengeful Gods”

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”