It's the finale of the 4-part "Ends of the Earth" epic! Wonder Woman returns from the darkest corners of the DCU, and she's brought something nasty back with her! You've never seen Wonder Woman like this before!
Aaron Lopresti's art is perfect for a Wonder Woman series, and Gail Simone seems perfectly suited, as well. Now it's just a matter of moving the story forward and creating a core struggle that we can care about. Enough with the side trips to faraway lands. Let's see what Simone and Lopresti can really do. Read Full Review
This new tone will likely please some readers who felt Diana hoodwinking her boss wasnt quite kosher, but I thought it worked fine with the winking sub-'70s TV series tone with which this volume once began, to so much greater sales so long ago. Heinberg had something in mind, but he never delivered, and Amazons Attack actually hurt this book (just as it did everything else it touched). Simone started things off right with a balance between Dianas mother/teacher/healer modes and her warrior side (in her story about some rabid Hippolyte loyalists and some Nazis clashing on Paradise Island), but this Viking adventure has been a non-starter. Can somebody go drag Jiminez back from Marvel? Read Full Review
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