Part One: The Living last edited by pikahyper on 06/05/19 05:03AM View full history

    Black Lantern Maxwell Lord has risen and he seeks revenge and retribution for his murder at the hands of Diana. Look for unexpected changes to await Wonder Woman in the course of this series as she plays a major role in the War of Light against the Blackest Night.

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    Do not fear them 0

    I can say in all honesty here that this is a pretty solid issue, and I was interested to see the return of Greg Rucka to a Wonder Woman story as his writing here has been among the best there is.  Indeed the issue here was really Wonder Woman's role within Blackest Night, after looking at her in the main Blackest Night series I found myself wondering how she would fare as a standalone with this source material, but the sad truth despite the talent and the interesting concept, is that it is not s...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    A Being of Pure Love 0

    I have been chomping at the bit for this first issue of Blackest Night: Wonder Woman because of my love for the work of both writer and penciler. I've also enjoyed all of the Blackest Night tie-ins that I've picked up thus far, so you can understand how I may have hyped up this series beyond expectations. Before you question whether I liked issue  #1, yes, I did, but I was surprised that it fit into so tiny a one shot story. I expected a bit more of an epic and that Max Lord would not be the sol...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Blackest Night Wonder Woman 1/3: Out for Vengeance 0

    Only one mortal has the esteemed honor of forcing Wonder Woman in a position where its kill or be killed. He is Maxwell Lord, former JLA financier and Checkmate head who was 86-ed during the Checkmate/O.M.A.C. saga prior to Infinite Crisis. So course, if you've read any of the Blackest Night issues, you know where this is going. It's re-match time.  The purpose of Black Lanterns' attack is to gain a psychological edge in the person they attack. In the most recent Blackest Night Titans spin-off, ...

    2 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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