This chapter introduces one of the best things in the Wonder Woman mythos and continues showing that Renae De Liz is going to cherry pick everything I want to see and put it in her comic. I'm starting to think that she has a similar mind meld going with me that Diana shares with the Duke of Deception, but instead of world domination and raising the dead, I'm thinking about outfits and vehicles. Yep, outfits and vehicles...just what a middle aged father of five boys sits around and thinks about all day, right? Please say "right"! Read Full Review
The Legend of Wonder Woman is one of those things that I just crave each week with how well it's executing everything. At this point I know I'm just repetitive about the artwork and design of it all, but De Liz and Dillon are just crushing it here with the beauty of the characters, the layouts, and the flow of it all. Add in the extra appeal of how striking this all looks digitally with the color work and it really drives home how special this is. This installment moves things further along while dealing with some of the moral quandary issues and it handles it all just right. Great stuff that leaves me anxious for the next weekly installment. Read Full Review
This chapter has dogfights and an invisible bomber jet. The story works well, and the artwork is stellar. I'm really excited to see how this all shakes out, and what happens between Steve Trevor and Wonder Woman. The dogfighting pages were both actiony AND funny, which I appreciate. I love that this book is much lighter, brighter and funnier than I would have expected from a WW book. I just plain love this book!