Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman #23

Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman #23

Writer: James Tynion IV Artist: Noelle Stevenson Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: February 4, 2015 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
9.0Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

"Wonder World" part 1 of 2! Teenaged Diana comes to Man's World and discovers a wonderful place where she makes new friends. That part's great, but her Amazon bodyguards are busy tracking her down and scaring everyone she meets!

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Sonne Feb 10, 2015

    Sensation Comics #23 is a welcome addition to the series, not only opening up new doors for Wonder Woman, but also pushing the boundaries on what we know the character could be. Creators have portrayed the character as wound rather tight over the years (and not in the very literal way Marston wrote it), but with the recent surge of varied depictions of female superheroes, Wonder Woman is finally fleshing out the way she deserves. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Feb 8, 2015

    Sensation Comics gets the first half of its story here and it's definitely a fun piece overall, especially the kind of panic we see from Diana's guardians back on the island as they realize they've been tricked. Rebellious teenage Diana is amusing. The arcade aspect and the time with Riley is pretty well done and there's a kind of loose fun about it as it tells the story that gets Riley to slowly but surely stand up for herself and assert herself as she should, and for Diana to get a fun taste of teenage life on the mainland. Tynion's script is smooth enough and works well, though I can see some people screaming agenda (it's not) and Stevenson's artwork is really good here with this story. While I couldn't get into Lumberjanes, her interpretation of Diana and the others provides a fresh look at the characters and just has a great charm about it that makes me hope she gets a few more gigs on this title in the future. Read Full Review

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