Before next week brings the end of Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang's run on Wonder Woman, Secret Origins brings us the chronological beginning, with a simple, fun tale about a young Diana on Paradise Island. While some of this is a re-tread of earlier Wonder Woman issues from their run, it's still fun to read. Plus, there are some really fun interactions between Aleka and Diane, a set up for Steve Trevor and Diana's relationship, and more. The art by Goran Sudzuka is, of course, amazing, just as the art has been for the past three years on Wonder Woman. Wonder Woman - 9.5/10 While I don't read "Justice League Dark", the origin given for Deadman is fantastic. It starts with a sympathetic background, shows how the abuse affected him as an adult, and sets him on a path of redemption after he dies. The writing, while having an older feel, works really well. The artwork is fantastic, and overall, the origin is really solid. Deadman - 9/10 The majority of Sinestro's origin isn't anything new if you've read Geoff Johns' run on Green Lantern, or have at least a passing knowledge of Green Lantern lore. What Cullen Bunn adds are the elements of Sinestro's childhood, getting his ring at first, his nationalistic tendencies, and how he forged the yellow rings on Quard. While I'm glad there's a lot that I knew, since it means Sinestro hasn't changed because of the New 52, it does make reading the origin a bit of a chore. The new aspects are really good, so that helps. The artwork is really good, focused on detail on backgrounds, and little elements like that. Sinestro - 9/10 Overall, this issue comes highly recommended.