Wonder Woman #169

    Wonder Woman » Wonder Woman #169 - Paradise Lost 2 Winds of War released by DC Comics on June 1, 2001.

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    Concluding the 2-part "Paradise Island Lost," co-written by George Perez. This issue features a special wraparound cover at no extra cost depicting an epic Amazon battle drawn by Adam Hughes, and a 5-page section inked by Perez. It's a major turning point for the people of Paradise Island as the civil war reaches its climax -- but not without one heavy casualty. Plus the Golden Age Fury unleashes her wrath on Wonder Woman, who refuses to take arms against her sisters.



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    As opposed to the overly complicated first part of the two part story arc, this issue is a lot more coherent.  There is still a lot of talking going on, but this talking speaks to the previous ten years or so of Wonder Woman publication history, and in a sense sort of seems like Perez trying to clean up the work of all those that followed him.  It was still weak in parts, but the numerous twists at the end were completely unexpected and made the effort of reading through the relatively bogged do...

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