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Hippolyta, the queen of the Amazons, has kept a secret from her daughter all her life – and when it's revealed, Wonder Woman's life will shatter like brittle clay. The only one more shocked than Diana by this revelation? Bloodthirsty Hera herself – so why is her sinister daughter, Strife, so eager for the truth to be told?

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"Wonder Woman" 0

A lot has already been written about the drastic change to Diana's character that is revealed in this book. There's a reason why the cover features snakes (the first lies told were by a serpent) shattering the clay image of Diana. I don't feel like I'm spoiling much when I mention that Wonder Woman is no longer born of no father. That origin was all a lie perpetuated to protect her from the truth: that she is the daughter of Zeus.My favorite part of this new Wonder Woman is how intimately they a...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Eyes Wide Open 0

There are occasionally moments within comic books when the writers give the fans exactly everything they want.  In my particular case this issue is one of those cases.  I have long not been such a big fan of the idea that Diana was made of clay, and mostly this has been used as a fairly ineffective plot device over the years.  Now that this is essentially non-canon it eases some problems I have had with the character.  In addition giving Diana a father (any father really, but Zeus is fine) reall...

4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

"I Am Wonder Woman" 0

The Good: The memorial feel after the chaotic occurrences of the previous issue is very emotional. Azzarello did a great job capturing the haunting calm after a battle.YES. Diana and Zola make a great speech about how children are among the cruelest beings alive. This is a theme I wholeheartedly agree with, and thus I just LOVE the way it plays into the story here. Again, we see some interesting redesigns of the gods. Zeus has sparking eyes and eternal nudity. It's displayed incredibly tastefull...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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