Wonder Woman #183

Writer: Phil Jimenez Artist: Roy Allan Martinez, Phil Jimenez Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: July 1, 2002 Critic Reviews: 1
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Wonder Woman comes face-to-face with the true mastermind behind the takeover of the lost world of Skartaris. Plus, the continuing adventures of Donna Troy.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Aug 7, 2002

    A rather uninspired visit to the hidden land of Skartaris, where Phil Jimenez manages to show the reader that he's not quite prepared to do much more that follow a well worn path of predictable plot elements. Now perhaps if Phil Jimenez had provided the art than I'd be more charitable, but as it stands I found myself quite pleased that this story had finally dragged its sorry behind into this final chapter, as I'm growing rather tired of making the same comments about every single issue of this tepid adventure. The battles are dull, and lack any sense of imagination in how they play out. The villains are interchangeable, and their evil plots are far too simplistic. Wonder Woman has fallen into a banal pattern of behavior, and the only elements of this story that actually manage to hold my interest are the subplots that don't involve her. Plus, this month Cassie's search for her father is undone by its abrupt finish. Read Full Review

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