If you've been waiting for Diana to act and look more like Wonder Woman, than De Liz and Dillon have a chapter for you. While I was kind of afraid that this time would come, actually seeing it was awesome and made me eat my words. Believe me, they went down easier than six tacos and with such an action packed story and great art (with outstanding color work), I think that fans of this series will look at this chapter as a highlight among highlights. That's how good this series is...a series of highlights on top of other highlights all rolled up in one big highlight. I'm sorry if I sound like a fanboy...actually I don't! Highly Recommended. Read Full Review
The Legend of Wonder Woman digs into Diana's journey well here in Europe as she has her first contact with the enemy, or at least the first enemy that she has to confront, and it doesn't provide easy answers or a quick defeat – for either of them. It speaks to the larger things at play while not directly referencing them, allowing it to feel more natural. This installment is more action oriented and it works well as the creative team has completely gelled and have a very good understanding of what they're trying to present and the best way to do it with style and function. I really liked the narration aspects with the gifts and also really dug the whole costuming angle to it. There's a lot to like here and I'm definitely excited to see where it goes from here, particularly with how Etta is going to process things. Read Full Review
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