The atmosphere of Venus is hostile to human (and Amazon) life, but the giant kaiju attacking the space station are even more alarming. How will Wonder Woman handle this new threat? "Venus Rising" part 2 of 2.
While the two parter started out stronger in the first issue and feels a bit underwhelming with the trick of it all here, there's still plenty to like. Neil Googe brings the dynamic together well, even with diana in a hard to distinguish space suit, and we get some good quirky things along the way with some fun creature designs. There's more than enough material here for this to be spread out over double the length and it could be a really good Aliens style take on things, but the simple approach also works, even if it is a bit underwhelming. Diana in space is something that we don't get in this context too much, as it tends to be more like the Apokalips story we had previously, so this was a fun and welcome change of pace overall. Read Full Review
This issue of Sensation Comics is a big improvement from the last. Alex De Campi gives readers a story that is fun and confusing all rolled up into one. Neil Googe's art was good and fit the setting well, but in the end, this story arc ended up being a diversion at best. Still, these crazy stories are the reason a book like Sensation Comics exists and I'm glad for it. Read Full Review