Wonder Woman: Guts #1

    Wonder Woman: Guts » Wonder Woman: Guts #1 - Guts released by DC Comics on January 9, 2013.

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    Guts last edited by ScottyHawkeye on 11/05/21 12:38PM View full history

    Wonder Woman goes to hell! After playing Poseidon, Hades, and Hera against each other, Hades strikes back by kidnapping Zola and trapping her in the Underworld. It’s up to Wonder Woman — with a little help from the God of Love and the God of Smiths — to break Zola out. But what is Hades’ real game, and once you get into the land of the dead, how exactly do you get out?

    Collects WONDER WOMAN #7-12.


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    Family feuds gone wild. 0

    Diana aka Wonder Woman met a young girl named Zola who was impregnated by the god Zeus, this enraged Zeus' wife Hera to the point where she tried to end Zola's life and is still trying hard to. Diana attempted to manipulate Zeus' brothers Poseidon and Hades into capturing his vacant throne since disappearing. Things do not play out according to Diana's strategy due to Hade's actions. -summary Wonder Woman is definitely among the titles in the New 52 that actually does feel like a necessary reboo...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    A Hell of a Good Read 0

    Wonder Woman Volume 1 left a lot of plot ribbons hanging in the air, with little being clear as to how this series might progress and if the readers would be left in the dark. Luckily, this book sheds some light (hellfire, if you will) on the story as a whole, to great affect, making this novel much more effective and enjoyable.To start, the characters feel a bit stronger in this one. Hermes is, more or less, shown to have an actual reason to hang around, although it's still somewhat unclear. Le...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Hell Yeah Wonder Woman! 0

    I'm seriously in love with this series now. I really love the writing, the darkness, the edginess, and the maturity. Wonder Woman is no longer a comic book for kids, as it should be. She deals with Greek mythology. If you actually read the tales, they are very graphic. Wonder Woman get close to the graphic parts, but still keeps it PG-13. What I love most about this volume is how much it reads like the Sandman comics. The gods and their relationships remind me of the Endless. And the new look to...

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