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Hera, Queen of the Gods, does not take her vengeance lightly – and if Wonder Woman is so foolish as to stand in the way of her whim, then Wonder Woman is her enemy. But it's Hera's daughter Diana should truly fear – the goddess of discord is coming to Paradise Island, and murder always follows in her wake!

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"That's Weird." "Most Legends Are." 0

I am such a sucker for Greek mythology. It's one of my favorite things to see referenced in literature. Before last month, I'd never read a Wonder Woman book in my life. After this month, I'm going to put this on my pull list.Now, Wonder Woman is not the most artistically ambitious book of the New 52 (that credit goes to Batwoman or Swamp Thing), but Cliff Chiang and Brian Azzarello are doing neat things here regardless. They respect the power of the Amazons and they seem to respect women. You m...

8 out of 9 found this review helpful.

Separate your soul 0

This issue grabbed me from the first moment as the revelation of who was behind the attacks in the first issue became apparent.  What follows was a bit of a lull as Diana heads to Paradise Island to protect Zola.  Although there is a kind of pointless battle between Diana and another Amazon (Aleka) it still felt right, and almost sort of an homage to the golden age when such gladiatorial events would break out all the time in the presence of the Amazons.  With a strong start and average middle t...

6 out of 7 found this review helpful.

Wonder Woman's Left Me In Awe 0

Last issue of Wonder Woman I was amazing on how good it was. I really wanted a good Wonder Woman story and then I was given one by Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chaing. Do they deliver again?   THE GOOD: I really like the art. It's so simple but Cliff has something to his art that you could look at it for hours because of how detailed it is. The story is what really gets we though. Diana is taking Zola to a place where she knows she will be safe, and that is her home, Themyscria. We get to see Hippo...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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