The Legend of Wonder Woman #22

The Legend of Wonder Woman #22

Writer: Renae DeLiz Artist: Renae DeLiz Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: April 6, 2016 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
7.6Critic Rating
9.0User Rating

Diana and Etta attend a gala affair, but while the Holliday Girls makes friends onstage, Steve Trevor is called away for urgent business!

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Apr 11, 2016

    The book does a lot of good interlude character material and really draws us to both Etta and Diana more. I can't remember the last time I read Etta in the mainstream DC Comics (caveat; I haven't read any New 52) so I'm just utterly delighted that Renae De Liz is using her as much as she is here and providing such delectable design work for her and the Holliday Girls. As much as I love the world I live in today, there are aspects of this time period in terms of culture and style that are a larger draw for me. De Liz and Dillon continue to bring that to life wonderfully. Hell, the design work on the entrance to the party with the architecture and lighting alone wowed me this issue. This team is really doing some great work and I'm praying very hard for a massive hardcover omnibus edition of this when it's all said and done. The Legend of Wonder Woman is a masterclass of focusing on a character and really building their world in a strong anf fantastic way. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Weird Science - Jim Werner May 6, 2016

    This chapter presents an intermission complete with a lovely song by the Holliday Girls. If the word on the street is correct, we are about to see some big ramifications of Diana's choice last chapter and with Steve Trevor flying off into danger, it just got even more personal for Diana. This chapter is a very quick read with the usual excellent art and a cameo of a much loved character. It may be a lull, but still take it any day and twice on Sundays! Read Full Review

  • 6.4
    Comicsverse - Jonathan Helmke Apr 15, 2016

    This may not have been the best issue story-wise, but it definitely has some great art. If you're the type of person that picks comics up for the art, then I suggest giving this one a look. Despite this issue's storyline divergence, I'm willing to give the next one a try, mostly because I'd like to see a Wonder Woman fight drawn by these two. Read Full Review

  • 9.0 Apr 15, 2016

    This series is great. Last issue bit of confusion turns out to have been reality, at least as far as we know, and we get stellar art, and a song! I was a bit confused by the inclusion of one Alfred Pennyworth, because I do not recall him being a juggler or a dirty-cheeked street urchin who could have given Oliver Twist a run for his money, except as a theatrical stage hand. The art in this series is stellar, and I have really enjoyed this book quite a lot. I am hopeful this "civilian Diana" only last about another chapter, and that seems to track, because Steve Trevor is flying into hostile territory. I'm sure WW will swing into action and save the day, like she usually does.

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