Legend of Wonder Woman has a solid outing here as it shifts things up with the arrival of a man on the island. That's a huge game changer and we see how different sides are looking to utilize it in different ways already. Diana's place in it is small at the moment, but since she's sorta kinda on the outside of it all, she's the one who may be able to actually do something about it. There's some really good moments here as we see how she has to deal with being in the presence of a man and hearing what Antiope is all about in a two-faced way while being careful and quiet. The visual design of it continues to be strong, though the minor action sequence just didn't feel like it flowed right, a little convoluted before you realized what was going on. The quieter scenes and the character driven scenes continue to be solid though and I love the way the coloring job on this just gives it all so much life. Read Full Review
I hate to say that this is a down issue because it's still good and filled with some pretty heavy reveals, but it's still setup heavy with not enough Diana. It does set up some pretty major moments coming real soon and I can't wait. I still recommend this series with all my heart, but this issue wasn't the best. Read Full Review
This is a fun, all-ages book that is not juvenile in its approach. Theres a hope and positivity in this Wonder Woman that hits the mark on the core of her character. In The Legend of Wonder Woman, Diana comes across as the iconic character she is and the story is good enough to match the tone. 4 . Read Full Review
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