The Legend of Wonder Woman #15

The Legend of Wonder Woman #15

Writer: Renae DeLiz Artist: Renae DeLiz Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: February 17, 2016 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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Surprised by an old friend on the streets of Boston, Diana redoubles her efforts to join the war. She can’t enlist, but nurses are needed on the front lines, and ships leave Boston Harbor every week.

  • 8.5
    Weird Science - Jim Werner Apr 26, 2016

    This chapter pushes the Legend of Wonder Woman story forward to it's next destination and while I can't wait to get there, I enjoyed this one for the interactions between Etta, Diana and Steve Trevor. Yep, Steve Trevor is back for a little bit, but I'm sure we will see him again soon enough. The story here may be setup, but it's still good and the art is as stunning as ever. Until further notice, this is THE Wonder Woman book that everyone should be reading. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Feb 22, 2016

    Diana's journey is a long one to be sure and she's coming across some interesting things along the way. The series has smartly avoided making it full of references and easter eggs to other things so that the focus is where it should be. It's why the Perry White bit works in the previous issues as it's not overdone. Bringing Steve back into the mix, seemingly briefly for now, helps to nudge that storyline forward a bit without really digging deep into it as it's not necessary. It's also not Diana's story, which is the focal point here. There are historical aspects that just kind of rub me the wrong way a bit, but it's likely just my own lack of knowledge, so I'm looking forward to exploring that rabbit hole. This issue is solid throughout with a lot of things explored and covered in its characters while pushing Diana, and now Etta, forward on an exciting new journey towards danger. Read Full Review

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