Wonder Woman #8

    Wonder Woman » Wonder Woman #8 - Casting Shadows released by DC Comics on June 2012.

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    Casting Shadows last edited by Blackmageleo on 09/20/21 01:51PM View full history

    To march on Hell itself, you're going to need some sensational weapons – and Wonder Woman intends to call in a few family favors to get them! Armor of Hephaestus? Check. The pistols of Eros? Check! But will any of it be enough to wrest an innocent soul from the grasp of Hades? And what does Hermes know that Diana doesn't…yet?



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    Going alone 0

    Was this issue predictable?  Maybe so.  Was it brilliantly conceived and well executed?  Absolutely.  As Diana descends into the netherworld she is accompanied by Hermes, but this being her first trip she is not exactly sure what to expect.  As opposed to the previous issue which had the revelation about her past which shocked many, this issue is just tightly told and well managed.  And there is a little bit of everything here - character development, good action sequences, plot twists.  In term...

    9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

    New, But Wonderful 0

    THE GOOD: Cliff Chaing; you have become one of my favorite artist. His artwork is so detailed in the background and the characters. He actually made a new Wonder Woman outfit that I didn't mind seeing her in for a while. That has been attempted but never worked on me. The story is amazing. We get to see Wonder Woman trying to find Zola who has been captured by Hades. Hephaestus gives her some weapons and she goes. There is a lot of great character moments as well as top action in this issue. The...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Hades Hath No Fury Like a Wonder Woman 0

    I was slightly disappointed to see Wonder Woman not using Eros' guns. Something about the whole 'John Woo' style of this cover works; because it doesn't exactly feel like that's what its going for. The close angle and lack of doves, not to mention the completely different choice of color palate, really set this aside from its origins. The effects for the gunfire is a little odd, but very artistic. Everything about this cover is just made of win.And continuing into the interiors, Cliff Chiang is ...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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