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After Diana's high-profile showdown with the devil is broadcast worldwide, Hollywood comes calling with a surefire proposal: WONDER WOMAN: THE MOVIE! It's the summer blockbuster to end all blockbusters, but will Diana play along? And will the project get back-burnered permanently by a terrorist with a grudge against the Amazons?



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Lighter fluff 0

The Gail Simone run so far has been going pretty strong but then we get to this issue and it turns into something somewhat lighter.  It basically tells two stories, the first of Hippolyta getting to know Tom and determine whether or not she approves of him.  The second deals with Wonder Woman entering into negotiations in Hollywood about a movie that is based on her life.  Granted at times there were some moments of levity (I even laughed at a couple of them but on the whole there is nothing rea...

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Wonder Woman has her own movie? Really? Then let's-- Hey... 0

Review:  What's funny about this issue is the conversation between Hippolyta and Thomas/Nemesis after he and Diana arrive on Themyscira, asking about their relationship and consider's him an amazon by giving him the title guardsman. She literaly creeps him out by having him feed one of the Griffens, and ask him to make babies (which Diana refuses). As Diana goes to hollywood to meet with the staff that are involved in the Wonder Woman movie, she gets pissed off of how the way they're executing i...

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