Sensational Wonder Woman #10

Writer: Amy Chu Artist: M.L. Sanapo Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: March 10, 2021 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 4
8.0Critic Rating
7.5User Rating

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As Katie faces her biggest villain yet, can Wonder Woman save her one more time?

  • 8.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Mar 17, 2021

    There's a lot of fun with this story overall and Amy Chu played all the parts right in making it work. You could see every beat a mile away but you also couldn't look away because while not a world-ending cataclysmic story, it's the type of story that you enjoy seeing in shorter form like this with a series like this. Modern comics doesn't allow for it in the mainline books anymore so I continue to be thrilled that it gets a chance in a series like this and that we have writers like Chu that know how to manage it right alongside talented artists like Maria Laura Sanapo to give it the charm and character it needs. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    You Don't Read Comics - Russ Bickerstaff Mar 17, 2021

    This sort of story HAS been explored in a far better way elsewhere. The extended cast in the Perez era for the Wonder Woman title cast an exhaustive glance at the hero's effect on others. It might have been explored pretty extensively before, but Chu and Sanapo make this particular glance around the edges of "super-heroing" quite endearing. The real challenge for this type of story might be an extended series contrasting the life of a hero and the life of a casual civilian friend over many, many decades. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Antenovial Mar 10, 2021

    Starting with Chapter #9 I am approaching this series differently. While getting content every week might be nice, I think the stories can have more impact when they are read together. The way they are actually meant to be read in the case of two chapter stories. That's how they get physically released.

    SWW #9 and #10 tell a tale of Katie, an elderly woman that was saved by Diana and has a view tricks up her sleeve. It's an enjoyable issue and shows how Diana's new/old origin can be used narratively in a great way.

    We see the world mostly through Katie's eyes in this story, which makes the reader question whether some of her tales are even through.

    Honestly, this is so wholesome I don't even know what to say more

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    tonpas1989 Mar 15, 2021

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    mrDovydas Apr 3, 2021

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