Wonder Woman #6

    Wonder Woman » Wonder Woman #6 - Thrones released by DC Comics on April 2012.

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

    Hades and Poseidon both have designs on the kingdom their brother Zeus left behind, but Wonder Woman doesn't intend to let their turf war decimate the realm of man! It'll take a big lie and some help from the mystery man known as Lennox to stop a holy war from breaking out – but what does Lennox know that Wonder Woman doesn't?


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    Wonder Woman #6 0

    SummaryAll the pieces are in place and tensions run high as Wonder Woman’s plan is set into motion – who will take the throne of Olympus? Will Hera exact her revenge? Can Wonder Woman restore the status quo?What I liked· Gods: I’m a bit of a sucker for Classical literature, but I really loved the portrayal of the gods in this issue. From the gaudy metaphorical visages, to their contempt for humanity which seeps through their every word. One part in particular in which Hades states “ actuall...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Not on this end 0

    I understand everything which happened in this issue, but it still leaves me thinking that it is kind of the equivalent of an anecdote which is being recounted which the person telling thinks is fascinating but that the people listening can recognize the value of the story, but that it is being told in an ineffective manner.  The art style here certainly does not do any favours, but this all seems like a bit too much too fast for this series.  In fact thinking back over the previous few issues t...

    7 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    Getting a little tangled 0

    Don't get me wrong, Wonder Woman is a great series right now. However, this issue shows we can't always be perfect. Tony Akins continues for his second issue on art duties, and while he does have some attractive moments (he definitely has talent), he's just a little too inconsistent and sloppy for my taste. His style fits ok with Cliff Chiang's work, but he's not a trained artist and you can tell with how facial depictions vary and Diana's physique gets strange at times. Story-wise I agree with ...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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