Wonder Woman #182

Writer: Phil Jimenez Artist: Roy Allan Martinez, Phil Jimenez Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: June 1, 2002 Critic Reviews: 1
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Wonder Woman and Trevor Barnes, along with the armies of Skartaris, storm the city of Shamballa to free this lost world from the tyranny of Villainy, Inc.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 9, 2002

    The simple truth of the matter is that Phil Jimenez's writing on this series is far too interested in explaining the material to us, while utterly failing to deliver an entertaining story. I mean we have the ever annoying cut away when the battle begins, and return when it's wrapping up trick. We have the villains engaging in a long-winded speeches, Wonder Woman delivering the clich ridden heroic responses, while the battles are reduced to the utterly simplistic hero hits villain, villain hit hero mentality. There's also the truncated encounters like Giganta's defeat, and the idea that Trevor is able to successfully lead a band of warriors into the heart of a villain's base. Now the little side-plot involving Wonder Girl continues to hold my attention, and the Donna Troy back-up story is a fun display of an unusual power, but six good pages, in a twenty-two page issue makes for a pretty average issue. Read Full Review

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