Wonder Woman #13

Wonder Woman #13

Writer: Greg Rucka Artist: Matthew Clark Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: December 28, 2016 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 9 User Reviews: 29
7.8Critic Rating
7.5User Rating

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"BETWEEN THE LIES AND THE TRUTH"! Following the conclusion of "The Lies," Steve Trevor must grapple with revelations about not only Wonder Woman, but himself as well!

  • 10
    Pop Culture Uncovered - belleburr Jan 5, 2017

    Overall this is an interesting, and ultimately heartbreaking, issue of Wonder Woman, that leaves you guessing as to what will come next and marveling at how well Rucka knows these characters, in every iteration. Read Full Review

  • 9.2
    Comicsverse - Sable Dec 30, 2016

    Overall WONDER WOMAN #13 perfectly balances action and development in a way that concludes "The Lies" on an intriguing note. It leaves us wondering who Veronica Cale is and why does she want to find Themyscira? With Etta Candy missing and Diana's sanity hanging by a thread, there's plenty to keep us interested in what's to come. Read Full Review

  • 8.7
    Heroes Direct - Eammon Jacobs Dec 29, 2016

    The art changes over from the previous style, and whilst it could be seen as a little off-putting at first given that it is radically different, we loved it. It really detailed the desperation and sense of loss in Diana as she breaks down. It also helps bring the action to life and spring across the page. – our hats off to the artist of the issue, Renato Guedes. Overall, the Wonder Woman series is beginning to be one of our most anticipated releases as the series adds a whole new dimension to the classic story whilst carving it's own path for the Amazonian. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comicosity - Matt Santori Dec 28, 2016

    Every book has a transition moment and Wonder Woman #13 is theirs, with Rucka getting the cast and his readers where we need to be for the next big move and arc. Guedes and Fajardo ultimately serviced Steve Trevor admirably, just maybe not Wonder Woman. As part of the greater scheme of things, however, this issue does a great job of shaking up the status quo and making me even more excited to see whats at stake in just 30 days as The Truth begins. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Pop Culture Uncovered - belleburr Dec 14, 2016

    Nicola Scott and Romulo Farjardo Jrs artwork continues to give us a vibrant and lush world while making each character distinct and beautiful in their own right. Their grasp of facial expressions, and understanding that less is more, make the quiet moments so much more impactful than they would be if handled by lesser artists. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Weird Science - Eric Shea Dec 28, 2016

    Wonder Woman continues to be intriguing and one hell of a book even though we're still just getting little dribs and drabs of information divvied out to us and with that, us continuing to pull our hair out at the question "What the hell is going on?!"  It's still a fun book though and developments here are enough to keep me coming back for me and singing this series' praises.   Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Book Bin - Herv St-Louis Jan 3, 2017

    All of DC Comics issues this month suffer from guest artist syndrome. Renato Guedes is a solid artist but like those in other comics Ive reviewed in the past month, his work contrasts greatly with Liam Sharp, the regular illustrator on the current day stories. Even the colouring is different. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Lyles Movie Files - Jeffrey Lyles Dec 28, 2016

    Wonder Woman has been such a solid read that it can afford a random off issue. Hopefully the series will get back on track with the flashback issue and the next chapter in the current day storyline with the regular creative art teams. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    DC Comics News - Sean Blumenshine Dec 28, 2016

    Overall, this is an okay issue. The art is good, for the most part, and I like a lot of the concepts. However, I don't like how Diana is drawn and I find the plot of the issue to be fairly uninteresting most of the time. Read Full Review

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