Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman #4

Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman #4

Writer: Jason Bischoff Artist: David Williams Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: September 3, 2014 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 3
8.8Critic Rating
8.7User Rating

Learn how Diana earned the twin bracers that protect her from the bullets of Man’s World! “Brace Yourself” part 1 of 1.

  • 9.5
    Shadowhawk's Shade - Abhinav Jain Sep 6, 2014

    The art by David, Wendy and Saida is as great in this issue as with the other teams on the previous issues. David's style is fun and playful, and Wendy's colours really get across that too. Often there is a limited palette of colours on any given page, but this is still a great-looking comic. The simplicity of the story is reflected in the simplicity of the art, and truly, this issue couldn't have been better in any way. Almost. There are a few panels where the characters aren't as well-portrayed as they could have been, in relation to how they've been drawn in the other pages, but that's minor really. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    Weird Science - Jim Werner Sep 4, 2014

    Sensation Comics featuring Wonder Woman #4 is a charming and cute origin story for all-ages.  It doesn't talk down to anyone, but instead shows the charm and wonder of the character.  I love stories like this and am so glad we get a weekly book to read them in. Highly recommended. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Sep 17, 2014

    While the vast majority of Wonder Woman's stories take place after she's entered the world of man, we do get some from time to time that delves into her time on the island. There's a really nicely done story here that Jason Bischoff gives us which shows how the young Diana set her goals and worked to achieve them in a really cute but engaging way. It's essentially a minor history lesson with a montage aspect, but it definitely works well and makes for a very fun read. All the more so because of David William's artwork as he really captures the mischevious side of Diana in her youth but also the graceful beauty of the young woman she becomes as she nears her goals. It's a very fun read and definitely the kind of very accessible piece that makes for great sharing with younger readers. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    Supergirl Comic Box Commentary - Anj Nov 28, 2014

    There is a silliness to this story, akin to many Silver Age stories. But for me, it read nostalgic not anachronistic. How great was it to read a sweet Supergirl trying to do the right thing. Or a Mary Marvel who fights for what's right? Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    DC Comics News - Kate Kane Sep 8, 2014

    Something out of the ordinary for Wonder Woman, this weeks SENSATION COMICS has a story everyone can enjoy. Even the greatest of heroes were children once and that not every moment was forged in the heat of battle for the Amazon Princess. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    WhiteLantern Sep 19, 2014

    Now while you really should judge a comic half based on the art, and half on the story, that's not how I can approach this story. (I'm only reading the physical comics, so this was one part of the book.) The art, for the most part, is sub-par, especially Diana's face. It's certainly not the DC house style, but it deviates from it in a bad way. These renderings are not that great. But, this story gets such a high rating because the story itself is great. The retelling of Diana's origin, focusing on how she got her bracers is fascinating, and told from the perspective of a proud mother. It really is superb. Come for the story, and just know the art isn't going to blow you away. Still highly recommended.

  • 9.0
    SwampyCA Sep 6, 2014

  • 8.5
    Jon-C17 Nov 25, 2014

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