Art wise, Davis is a big improvement over Johnson, maintaining a realistic tone while upping the design elements. Theres a real sense of drama and flow to the ocean-related action scenes, something that was missing from Dianas battle last issue. And the cover by J.G. Jones is one of the best in ages. Silver Swan in repose is beautiful, and the figures arent too over-sexed or exploited as they experience a very dramatic scene from the issue at hand. Old school, and wonderfully painted, too. Read Full Review
Drew Johnson apparently drowned in the morass of continuity. Shane Davis substitutes, and his elongated figures and his ability to visualize a story really give this issue of Wonder Woman its sole reason to exist. Read Full Review
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