Things go haywire when the science-villain who captured Diana brainwashes her! Mary Marvel and Supergirl are counting on Wonder Woman. . . can she defeat mind-control, androids AND the villain in time? "No Chains Can Hold Her" part 2 of 2.
This issue (and the whole two part story) felt like a love letter to the old days of Wonder Woman and comics in general. Gilbert Hernandez's script and art combine to tell a unique, exciting and very funny story that this book was made for. I really hope we get more stories as special as this one. Read Full Review
Gilbert Hernandez's style is most definitely an acquired taste for many and I'd be hard pressed to see him working on many titles in general because of it. For something like this, it's utterly ideal and perfect, making me wish we had a few more books of this nature to let creative teams just enjoy comics being comics. The trio of Mary Marvel, Supergirl and Wonder Woman definitely is a lot of fun as they go up against Kanjar Ro with a side node to the rest of the Marvel family and Dr. Sivana. It's bright, colorful, silly and completely 1950's in so many ways that it's a delight to revisit, though I wonder if many people came away offended by its old fashioned views at times. Read Full Review
Both of these stories work to show a different side to Wonder Woman, one that is not always well represented. They show her caring and compassion more than they show her fists. That is the advantage of an anthology title like this, they can explore different aspects of the character and place her into different situations without worrying about it affecting the overall canon. Read Full Review