Wonder Woman #755

Writer: Steve Orlando Artist: Jesus Merino, Vicente Cifuentes Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: May 20, 2020 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 10 User Reviews: 6
7.7Critic Rating
5.8User Rating

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"The Four Horsewomen" part one! Paula Von Gunther, a.k.a. Warmaster, has assembled her four horsewomen...and  now she's out for Wonder Woman's blood! Plus, Diana is put on trial for the sins of the Amazons! Is it all just lies, or is there really a horrible secret the Amazons have kept from their own champion?

  • 10
    DC Comics News - Sean Blumenshine May 28, 2020

    I'm mostly happy that this story finally started; the build started to bore me a little. Thematically, I love what Steve Orlando is doing here. There's a real challenge for Diana's character that could be fascinating. The art looks good and the action is exciting. I enjoyed the issue. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    Lyles Movie Files - Jeffrey Lyles May 19, 2020

    This Four Horsewomen arc has the potential to be the most memorable Wonder Woman arc in a while. This first salvo was encouraging and Orlando teases a clever cliffhanger that puts his title character in a no-in situation. It doesnt look like this will be a quick arc, which is just fine as Orlando and Merino probably need some time to give this the proper amount of attention it deserves. Read Full Review

  • 8.2
    The Super Powered Fancast - Deron Generally May 19, 2020

    Jesus Merino does a great job with both the action and the characters. The action does an awesome job of showcasing the power of the characters and the details throughout immerse the reader in the story. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    AIPT - David Brooke May 19, 2020

    Overall this issue offers some interesting themes about living with white lies you've made and those others have made for you. Wonder Woman has always been about truth (she has a dang lasso for it!_ and it'll be interesting to see her confront the fact that maybe she's not always 100% honest. Stay on board for this one as Orlando and company dig into the darker side of hiding truth. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield May 20, 2020

    Veteran artist Jesus Merino, who has drawn most of the DCU at some point, does an excellent job with the action scenes and the issue ends with Diana facing an impossible choice. If Orlando's wrapping his run in a hurry, he's certainly going out with a bang. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Comic Book Revolution - Kevin Lainez May 20, 2020

    Wonder Woman #755 finally kicked off "The Four Horsewomen" story arc. To Steve Orlando's credit he was able to give this story he has been building up during his rune the hot start it needed. He got you to fully understand Warmaster's motives for going after Wonder Woman. This better positions "The Four Horsewomen" arc to be one of the most intriguing storylines taking place in the DC Universe right now. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Comic Watch - Matt Meyer May 23, 2020

    Wonder Woman #755 questions just how potent an avatar for truth Diana REALLY is when she's confronted with a well-intended mistake from her past. It's largely successful in its endeavor, and hits a comfort zone as far as the title character is concerned that should strike all the right chords with fans. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics: The Gathering - Carlos R. May 19, 2020

    Wonder Woman#755 makes for a solid introduction to ‘The Four Horsewomen’ arc and utilizes Orlando’s previous issues to drive the righteousness of Warmaster’s ambitions. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Weird Science - Jim Werner May 19, 2020

    This was an okay issue of Wonder Woman. I wish Steve Orlando would get going with the story since it does seem like he has something interesting here, but is taking his good old time getting to it.  We do get Donna Troy, which is awesome, and while the book looks good, it's just missing something to make it read as big as I think it's supposed to.  Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Multiversity Comics - Alexander Jones May 21, 2020

    "Wonder Woman" #755 carries confident art with a contrived story. Read Full Review

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