Wonder Woman #611

Writer: J. Michael Straczynski Artist: Don Kramer Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: June 1, 2011 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 5
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The penultimate chapter of "Odyssey"! Who is behind Diana's altered reality? Who made the world forget that she is Wonder Woman? Who wants the Amazons dead? And, most importantly, why? The answers start to come right here!

  • 8.5
    X-Man's Comic Blog - x-man75 Jun 4, 2011

    I liked this issue a lot! Was it perfect? No, but it was a fast read with LOTS of action and a couple of deaths. So it appears the power behind the Morrigan is an alternate version of Wonder Woman, apparently the Goddess of Vengeance WW was warned about last issue. If I'm reading all of this the right way(and who knows if I am...) then that's a pretty awesome little swerve that'll have WW battling against a warped version of herself to end this oh so long Odyssey storyline. It's nice to see the finish line to this story... Just as DC prepares to self-destruct in a few months... *sigh* Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    IGN - Joey Esposito Jun 2, 2011

    One unfortunate setback is the uneven art that has been plaguing this book for months. Boasting two pencilers and two inkers, there are some instances where a page turn can look like a completely different book. However, these occasions are far less frequent than have been present in past installments. Thankfully, Alex Sinclair's esteemed color work is able to hold down the fort and keep some semblance of consistentncy from page to page. While each page is more than capable of telling Hester's story on its own merits, the cohesive whole suffers from the inconsistent artwork. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Weekly Comic Book Review - SoldierHawk Jun 3, 2011

    Hester continues his strong work on the series, but there just aren't enough plot reveals for the second to last chapter of a yearlong story arc. The art, while serviceable, still suffers from the inconsistency to be expected with multiple inkers and pencilers. While I look forward to seeing how the final issue plays out, a great deal of my excitement for the conclusion has been quashed by the knowledge that any character changes generated by this storyline will be negated in September, and that I'll need to get to know not only a new incarnation of my favorite character, but a brand new creative team as well. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Comics Bulletin - Karyn Pinter Jun 6, 2011

    I know a good handful of people who no longer care to read Wonder Woman. I myself sometimes wonder where I find to nerve -- and money -- to keep reading it every month. To steal from Marvel, maybe Im just a true believer. Wonder Woman was great once, a giant amongst the supermen. Maybe if DCs power play works shell return to her rightful place come this fall. Read Full Review

  • 3.0
    Comic Book Resources - Kelly Thompson Jun 4, 2011

    The seeming madness that is "Flashpoint" (at least where Wonder Woman is concerned), has brought us news that Wonder Woman will, in fact, be one of many characters relaunched and her book sent back to #1. In Diana's case, she's in a terrible mess currently, so it's hard to object too strenuously to that plan. At least in this new Diana world there will be Cliff Chiang art. Silver linings folks, silver linings. Read Full Review

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