The Legend of Wonder Woman #9 is a perfect issue in so many ways. The action is gripping and tied to the character and story; the climax is satisfying; and we learn new things about the villain and hero. By issue's end, you won't be able to deny that Renae De Liz is a fantastic storyteller. Read Full Review
Renae De Liz and Ray Dillon keep hitting a home run with this book. If you are a Wonder Woman fan than this Digital First offering is a no brainer, but it really is a book for everyone. If you haven't jumped into the series yet, this is a great time to do so as the story is about to open up a whole lot more. Highly Recommended. Read Full Review
While serving a bit more as a transitional issue, bringing some events to a close while preparing others to run behind the scenes, the Legend of Wonder Woman series continues to delight. There's some good growth to be seen here and Diana's about to enter a whole other world that will change everything for her. Having spent as much time as we have with her so far will make it all the more engaging to watch how she's going to react and handle it all and I'm definitely looking forward to that. And to see how the team here brings the rest of the world to life. I've loved their take and color design on Themyscira, but I'm really eager to see how they present this as a contrast once it gets underway, since there are a few different ways that they can go. Read Full Review
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