Wonder Girl #1
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Wonder Girl #1

Writer: J.T. Krul Artist: Adriana Melo Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: January 12, 2011 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 5
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Spinning out of the pages of TEEN TITANS comes this spotlight on Cassie Sandsmark, the wonderful Wonder Girl! Even though not every moment of Wonder Girl's life is spent being a Titan, strange adventures still follow her everywhere. In this issue, she'll cross paths with the odd new hero known as Solstice!

  • 8.0
    Major Spoilers - Mike McLarty Jan 15, 2011

    Writer: J.T. KrulPencils: Adriana MeloInks: Mariah BenesLetters: Sal OprianoColors: Marcelo MaioloEditor: Rachel GlucksternCover: Nicola Scott & Doug Hazlewood with Jason WrightPublisher: DC Comics$2.99 Lamenting the fact that her life is completely focused on being a member of the Teen Titans, Cassie makes a conscious decision to step outside the shadow of Titans Tower in order to take a much-needed break. Her journey takes her on a trans-continental journey to the shores of the United Kingdom for an archaeological conference attended by her estranged mother.Girls Just Want To Have FunWithin minutes of her arrival at the conference (three, to be exact), mother is already treading into familiar territory, critical of her daughter's predilection to embrace her inner superhero. By page four, Cassie's had enough of the tension and elects to extract herself from a tedious lecture regarding sifting techniques and flotation principles.Krul has devised a compact character study on Wonder Gir Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    IGN - Jan 12, 2011

    Wonder Girl #1 is fun but ultimately forgettable. I'm unsure of the reasoning behind choosing Cassie as a candidate for a one-shot this month, but if nothing else it serves as a brief foray into Wonder Girl's life away from Titan Tower. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Book Resources - Greg McElhatton Jan 14, 2011

    At the end of the day, I can't help but feel like we got a little shortchanged when it comes to Wonder Girl herself, and that it was Solstice who got the real spotlight. On the plus side, at least it does make me more interested in seeing the character appear as a superhero in "Teen Titans" down the line. I don't think "Wonder Girl" ever quite hits its level of potential, but it's a nice extra chapter of "Teen Titans" if nothing else. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Jan 17, 2011

    The threat that develops this issue is a rather generic one and the surprise regarding new friend Kiran is pretty predictable. But that's fine, I'm really reading this issue to see how Cassie has grown and she's done so to the extent that she gains an ally, participates in a team-up and gets over herself enough to reach out to her mom. A bit too formulaic to be a classic, but this issue provides an intriguing look at an unlikely character who has really grown into her own. The whole product fits the mood of Nicola Scott's celebratory cover, showing Wonder Girl in glorious flight. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Weekly Comic Book Review - DS Arsenault Jan 12, 2011

    I wasn't sure what to expect, but I was hoping for more. Krul has given us so much in the past, but this one felt phoned-in, low-stakes and contrived. I see no reason for anyone to buy this issue, because even the reconciliation at the end didn't seem to be that meaningful. Read Full Review

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