Wonder Woman #188

Writer: Phil Jimenez Artist: Phil Jimenez Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: January 1, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1
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Writer/artist Phil Jimenez bids a fond farewell to Wonder Woman as we get further insight into the life of Trevor Barnes. Will he end up as Wonder Woman's new beau?

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Feb 7, 2003

    Perhaps longtime reader will find this issue enjoyable from a nostalgia standpoint, and I will concede that Wonder Woman's mission to bring peace to the world is very much front and center in this issue. However, from an entertainment standpoint this issue is a complete bore, and there's only so many times I can read Phil Jimenez "everybody love one another" speech before the message begins to lose what little impact it ever held. Now I'm not saying I'm against world peace, nor is it all that strange to see such a heavy focus placed upon the attainment of this goal in the pages of this book. However, Phil Jimenez needs to deliver more than flowery speeches to draw any entertainment value from it, and truth be told I'm rather glad this is his final issue, as this is a title that can use a serious shot in the arm when it comes to excitement, and Walt Simonson sounds like just the man for the job. As it stands this issue ends Phil Jimenez's run with a whimper, instead of a bang, and after Read Full Review

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