Sensational Wonder Woman #9

Writer: Amy Chu Artist: M.L. Sanapo Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: March 3, 2021 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 4
8.0Critic Rating
8.1User Rating

Ultimate Fangirl Part 1 – Katie, a spirited 98 year old woman has escaped her nursing home. As her caregivers track her down,  Katie recounts her World War II adventures with Wonder Woman.

  • 8.0
    You Don't Read Comics - Russ Bickerstaff Mar 10, 2021

    Wonder Woman isnt always granted the kind of immortality she seems to have been given here. Various writers have planted her history in various places. Theres real potential for interesting stories in allowing her the kind of long and winding history that shes had in all of her 80 years. Heroes that have been around for as long as that could benefit from stories that give them credit for having been around as long as they have. The first issue of this story shows promise for delivering on the potential of a Wonder Woman who has been around for nearly a century.  Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Mar 9, 2021

    While this story feels familiar and I can't pin down where I think I read it before, it's one that I like as Katie makes herself an interesting character in past and present. Amy Chu keeps the story moving well so that we get both angles of what's going on and want to know more from both. Maria Laura Sanapo is a great artist and I really like her WWII era material as she captures the Diana of then in a great way while also giving Katie a kind of vibrancy in the present that's wholly on brand for the character the moment we meet her. It'll be interesting to see what kind o solution they can come up with to please everybody by the end of this but mostly you just want to see good stuff for Katie. 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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    Sue_L Mar 3, 2021

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    tonpas1989 Mar 3, 2021

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    mrDovydas Mar 31, 2021

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