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This is a "man's world" If you have not been keeping up with Wonder Woman, then you are perhaps missing out on one of her best story lines in years. Gail Simone does an amazing job capturing the warrior spirit of the character, yet has been able to add a level of vulnerability to the displaced Amazonian princess giving her a more balance. Issue #37 continues to revolve around the upheaval of Themyscira and its newly appointed king, ...10 out of 14 found this review helpful.
Wonder Woman's personal troubles only continue to worsen this issue as she's visited in her sleep by the dead God of War, Ares, who she killed several issues back. It appears that even in death, Ares is not done with the former Amazon warrior! If Ares hoped to scare Diana, he failed, instead he reignites her sense of justice and she races to Themyscira in hopes to rescue her mother from the rule of now king of the island, Achilles. But Achilles and his new bride, renegade Amazon, Alkyone, are pr...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
I am always very hesitant about stories which involve heroes fighting each other. It as though the concept is appealing to those who are tired of seeing heroes fight villains or those who are trying to rank the heroes against one another. Here though we see Diana versus Donna and it is mostly handled pretty well. For those who had read the previous issue, they would know that there are other forces at work on Themyscira, and therefore it is not surprising when Donna attacks Diana. It creates...4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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