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In this new installment of the New York Times best-selling Earth One original graphic novel line, Grant Morrison (THE MULTIVERSITY) joins with Yanick Paquette (SWAMP THING, BATMAN, INC.) to reimagine Wonder Woman for a new era. Encompassing the vision of her original creator, William Moulton Marston, Morrison presents a Diana who yearns to break free from her mother and the utopian society on Paradise Island to learn about the forbidden outside world. Her dreams may come true when Air Force pilot Steve Trevor crashes on their shores, and she must defy the laws of the Amazons to return him to Man’s World.

Is she ready for the culture shock that awaits her in America? And is the world ready for this Wonder Woman?

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This Was An Origin 0

Linally got around to finishing Wonder WOman Earth One. Honestly, not as bad as I had expected. Grant Morrison came across very condescending during interviews about the book. but the book itself doesn't come of that way (well, not as much). It was an enjoyable read although nothing praise worthy. Let me break it down for youPROSThe main thing that keeps this book afloat is the dialogue and the art. Characters like Etta Candy were stand outs. I can see what Morrison was going for with this worl...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Who is Diana Prince? 0

When a writer attempts to retell the origin story for household name characters like Wonder Woman, they have to start with a few difficult questions: Who is this character supposed to be? What are the fundamental qualities that define this character and make them endure? Zack Snyder got these questions wrong in two Superman movies, and all the marketing and special effects in the world could not save them from critical and audience backlash. Grant Morrison, a comic writer with a fairly good trac...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

A Wonderful Book for the Ultimate Woman 0

Spoiler-free review: Wonder Woman – Earth One. I almost didn’t read you because of the reviews of others. Even though it has been mostly positive reviews that I have seen, I must admit that I had some preconceived notions about the content of this book. I based my opinion off of the reviews of others and also some spoilers, but because I had an idea of what Wonder Woman should be, I was not open to what she could be. Grant Morrison explores the latter in this book and he and his crea...

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