While I am so happy this isn't the ending, Renae De Liz and Ray Dillon finish up their awesome first volume by tying things up and also giving fans huge hints and promises of what's to come. It all makes the wait for the next bunch of stories easier and harder all at the same time. I don't know if that makes any sense, but I do know that I love this book and beg and plead for everyone to at least give it a try. I am not a guy who likes to put myself out on the limb much, but I will with this book because of the obvious care and love both De Liz and Dillon put into it. Plus, it just kicks total butt!!! Read Full Review
The Legend of Wonder Woman has been a really engaging, fun, detailed, and beautifully illustrated and colored series from the first panel to the last. I've pretty much raved about this book to varying degrees for the past year or so and have really enjoyed just about every issue in seeing what Renae De Liz and Ray Dillon were crafting as it moved through the various smaller arcs and the expansion into the greater work. This is a series that is the definition of a real passion project and should be one of the cornerstones for some of the best Wonder Woman tales told – especially since it's all self-contained, making it really accessible to new fans and those not wanting to get mired in the continuity elsewhere. I can't recommend the book enough, in its singles form and in the upcoming complete compiled form. It's a must-own series. Read Full Review
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