Wonder Woman #186

Writer: Phil Jimenez Artist: Phil Jimenez Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: October 1, 2002 Critic Reviews: 1
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Wonder Woman is trying to track down the male Cheetah, while Troia is still on the trail of Angle Man. Their two quests come together when they uncover Barbara Minerva, the original female Cheetah, who is harnessing the power of the Furies for revenge.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Dec 6, 2002

    An issue that I'm sure longtime Wonder Woman fans might enjoy, as Phil Jimenez looks to be wrapping up his run on the title by dealing with the various plot threads he's introduced over the past year. As such we learn the back-story for the new Cheetah, and the last page would seem to suggest that the original Cheetah is slated to be making her return to the role. We also look to be dealing with the Silver Swan situation, and the Angle Man plot that ran as a back-up feature a few months back takes a surprise twist. However, as seems to be the case with most of Phil Jimenez's issues on this book far too much of the time is spent explaining the story to the reader, as we have longwinded conversations that discuss what's happened up to this point, and exposition that runs for pages, but yet seems to be completely devoid of any truly engaging bits of insight. To put it simply Phil Jimenez writes a boring comic as he's too caught up in explaining the material, and doesn't spend nearly enoug Read Full Review

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