The Legend of Wonder Woman #5

The Legend of Wonder Woman #5

Writer: Renae DeLiz Artist: Renae DeLiz Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: December 9, 2015 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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As the festival of Anthesteria dawns, so too does the possibility of an Amazonian revolt against Queen Hippolyta!

  • 9.0
    Weird Science - Jim Werner Dec 25, 2015

    This chapter continues the retelling of Diana's journey to becoming Wonder Woman and it continues being a delight. The darkness that is consuming Themyscira continues plaguing Diana's thoughts, but there are greater dangers right in front of her. SHe is going to have to make some big decisions and if the cliffhanger is what it appears to be, her world is about to get turned upside down. If you are a fan of Wonder Woman or have anyone you want to have fall in love with the character, give them this series and consider it a done deal. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Dec 14, 2015

    Renae De Liz and Ray Dillon continue to put together a strong work here within the digital-first framework. I enjoy these kinds of books a lot because it takes a different tone and works a different canvas while still playing to the familiar. This duo has really been consistently strong from the start in telling a very large tale through the years while really allowing us to connect with Diana. The scripting is solid, I love that it takes the time to really talk and explain things as a parent would to a child, and the artwork is fantastic across the board – particularly with the color design. This is definitely one of my highlights of every week. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    DC Comics News - Matthew Lloyd May 6, 2016

    Its no secret that Diana just appeared in a feature film for the first time in March. Its no secret that she going to appear in her own film next year. This series perfectly piggy-backs on that without telling the same story. Its clear that theres a synergy going on here. Certainly, this wont spoil anything for the movie, but at the same time I think it sets the reader in the right frame of mind. Additionally, this doesnt seem like an editorial directive, but rather creators that have drilled down to the essence of the character in all her incarnations. Read Full Review

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