Many of the Amazons are turned into statues and you can tell that this story originates from the Medusa myth. Wonder Woman looks good in her new haircut. There is some interesting dialogue between Lady Ala and Trevor Barnes that will get you hooked more into this dramatic story. Of course, you'll love Diana - Goddess of the Hunt. Read Full Review
There's nothing terribly wrong with this issue, but there's also not much about it that really makes it stand out either. The action is entertaining enough, and we do get a little more insight into the big threat that is building in the background. In fact to me the brief glimpse that we're given on the final page looked a little bit like the Anti-Monitor, and if this is the case then Walter Simonson has to be commended for thinking big. However, in all honesty the issue never really breaks loose of its rather conventional trappings, and the rather selective method that Wonder Woman regains her memory feels more like it's serving the needs of the writer rather than the plot. The battle between Wonder Woman & the Scylla was also handled a little quicker than I would've like to see, as one almost gets the sense that the it was racing the clock to be over & done with. Still, the book kept me entertained for the most part, and most of my disappointment stems from the belief that the creati Read Full Review
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