Sadowskis art enlivens and suprises in an issue devoid of exceptional feats, surpassing the more pedestrian work of Drew Johnson. He offers more dynamic visual angles, clever puns with details of furniture and magazine covers, and (in the final panel) a potent use of a piece of jewelry that underlines the dialogue. The cover artist also impresses, capturing the beauty of both women while underlining their essential difference effectively. Read Full Review
A much stranger question involves Steve Sadowski's artwork. Mr. Sadowski illustrated impressive early issues of JSA. His artwork was very delicate and precise. It was more detailed which gave the story a realistic quality. In Wonder Woman he appears to be imitating the more expressive artwork of Drew Johnson. This may be flattering, but people who appreciate Mr. Sadowski's work may feel rightfully disappointed in the change. Read Full Review
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