Superman/Wonder Woman #7

    Superman/Wonder Woman » Superman/Wonder Woman #7 - Rise released by DC Comics on June 2014.

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    Rise last edited by cbishop on 05/19/18 09:31AM View full history

    Doomsday has awakened and the Earth and heavens tremble! And discover how Superman and Wonder Woman survived a nuclear blast!



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    Superman/Wonder Woman #7 (2014) Review 0

    The Good: Unlike a lot of the other books, Soule has actually addressed things that have happened in the characters' other books. He brings up how Diana has become the God of War here, and it's a nice change of pace for those of us that were wondering if the solo Wonder Woman book even took place in continuity at this point. As usual, they touched upon the emotional side of the characters, though things didn't get as fleshed out as they normally do.The Bad: I don't know about everyone else, but ...

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    Superman/Wonder Woman #7 “Rise” Written by Charles Soule Art by Eddy BarrowsThe thought bubble is an interesting in between literature and film to me. In prose you can easily write what it is a character is thinking just as easily as their dialog. Authors can use this interiority as a tool to build tension or in the case of John W. Campbell, Jr.'s novella Who Goes There? excise it completely and ratchet up the tension. In film interiority is slightly trickier. You can have the voic...

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