Justin Gray, Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner are back together again. This is Wonder Woman as you've wanted to see her. The combination of storytelling accompanied by Conner's art and Mounts' colors make this such a wonderful package. As a "digital first" comic, it's well worth the $0.99 price tag. We can assume the entire three-issue series will become available in printed form later but you're not going to want to wait. If you're a fan of the creators or Wonder Woman, you need to check this out. Digital comics like this make me happy I bought the new iPad. Read Full Review
Palmiotti and Gray do a nice job of bringing the story of "Ame-Comi: Wonder Woman" to life as well; it's easy to follow, it's suitable for just about everyone and most importantly it's a lot of fun. My only big complaint so far is that it's just a three-issue mini-series, because Palmiotti and Gray clearly have a strong handle on the character. (Presumably she'll be showing up in the upcoming "Ame-Comi" ongoing series too.) It's a shame that "Ame-Comi: Wonder Woman" is saddled with such an ungainly name (and not one that I think has any real name recognition to at least offset it), because this deserves more attention than I think it will get. It's fun, it's well-crafted, and at just a dollar it's cheap to boot. Definitely check it out. Read Full Review
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