ord1's Wonder Woman #160 - The Amazon of Terror! review

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The Wonder Woman reboot series has started with the previous issue, Wonder Woman #159 - The Golden Age Secret Origin of Wonder Woman, but this book has really set the challenge to the Golden Age. Basically using almost the same stories, there's an obvious new approach. Cheetah is more feminine and almost has a love affair with Steve Trevor while Dr. Psycho is gifted by the God of War with the power of Hercules.

Besides the love relationship between Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor is less cheesy but it has plenty of humour and irony. Yet none of this new directions do alter the Amazon brilliance.

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    The Cheetah is regarded by many to be Wonder Woman's archenemy, but she sure didn't do much to deserve this title in the golden age.  Here she first tries to rob a zoo, then she hypnotizes Steve into kissing her, which distracts Wonder Woman long enough for her lasso to get stolen.  After Cheetah uses the two of them for her criminal activity until she removes Diana's bracelets, which released the full force of the Amazon.  A backup golden age story deals with Doctor Psycho trying to convince a ...

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