Wonder Woman #5

    Wonder Woman » Wonder Woman #5 - Lourdes released by DC Comics on March 2012.

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    Lourdes last edited by Blackmageleo on 09/20/21 07:01AM View full history

    Wonder Woman has returned home to London…but leaving Paradise Island doesn't mean leaving the gods behind, as two of the most powerful deities of the pantheon have come to town – and neither of them is leaving without being crowned King of the gods! Featuring guest art by Tony Akins (JACK OF FABLES)!


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    Daughter of Zeus 0

    This series is moving along at a nice steady pace here, not really disappointing on any front but not really exciting either.  Of course a series which relies on plot over action will always be more enticing to me and this series has that, though even the action is present enough here as well.  Sitting around London discussing the recent events, the three get two unlikely visitors, one a previously unencountered immortal whose path is tied to Diana's in a way she is not yet sure, and the other i...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Family Reunions Are Hell 0

    When I first saw the cover to this issue, two thoughts came to mind, the first being rather obvious: What the heck is that blue thing, and why is Cliff Chiang's name missing from this cover?As it turns out, Tony Akins is a mighty fine substitute for Cliff Chiang. Either he always draws in this fashion, or he changed his style to match the tone of the previous four issues (I am unfamiliar with his work, unfortunately). The book looks marvelous, and will work wonderfully in the upcoming trade.Ther...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    War for the Chair 0

    Brain Azzerello has been giving us one of the greatest Wonder Woman stories we've had for a while. Now that Diana has left Paradise Island and Strife is gone. Things might get a bit better. But why do things seem to be getting worst?  THE GOOD: The artist is different this issue. Tony Akins is new to me but I'm liking what he did this issue. The colors make it look also similar to Cliff's work. I like the way he drew Diana is clothes this issue. The story is actually where things heat up but als...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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