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Barbarians at the gate — and a new artist! Aaron Lopresti (Incredible Hulk, Planet Hulk) joins the WONDER WOMAN creative team as the new monthly penciller just as that red-eyed invader of Diana Prince's apartment from issue #16 returns! But which old (and we mean "old"!) DC hero is he, and what could he want from Wonder Woman?



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Tails chasing 0

So far of the Gail Simone run this is the easily the least coherent issue.  Of course likes to surprise but putting Diana in the Scandinavian Arctic right from the start leads to some confusion.  She performs admirably and very heroically in the end against a group of wolves that is stalking her, but then the action cuts back to Washington DC.  It is sort of explained how she got to be in the Arctic, but it is all kind of abstract as she is facing a fictional hero, Beowulf.  Some decent action c...

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The jury is still out 0

This poor character. She's considered the greatest female superhero ever created and yet DC can't bring one ounce of consistency to her comic series.After a bad issue with mediocre artwork, DC finally teases us with the potential of a decent storyline and a return of beautiful visuals. Lopresti/Anderson equal the Dodsons for bringing beauty and action to the panels of Wonder Woman. Now, what still worries me is Gail Simone's writing.As I've said in past reviews, once Gail took over there was a d...

1 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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