Wonder Woman #759

Writer: Mariko Tamaki Artist: Mikel Janin Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: July 29, 2020 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 14 User Reviews: 30
8.8Critic Rating
8.5User Rating

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It’s a brand-new day for Wonder Woman! As Diana starts to pick up the pieces of her life following her battle with the Four Horsewomen and her run-in with the Phantom Stranger, Man’s World has become more complicated to navigate than ever before. It seems everyone has a take on who Wonder Woman should
be-some who look on her heroics with admiration, and some who lie in wait to seek revenge. A familiar threat is watching Diana’s every move, and now is the perfect time to strike…

  • 10
    DC Comics News - Sean Blumenshine Aug 7, 2020

    This is an excellent issue. It's a great starting point that anyone can read and understand quickly. The creative team are all excellent at their craft and their work gels together perfectly. The art is gorgeous and the script is full of fun dialogue and great action. It's an immensely enjoyable read. Read Full Review

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    ComicBook.com - Jenna Anderson Jul 29, 2020

    Wonder Woman #759, the debut of this new run, is gorgeously executed and subtly surprising, as it begins crafting an irresistible storyline. Read Full Review

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    You Don't Read Comics - Russ Bickerstaff Jul 29, 2020

    The new direction maintains a noble sense of mystery about one of the most established characters in all of contemporary pop fiction. She's front and center for the whole issue, but Tamaki doesn't allow the reader into Diana's thoughts. The narration that more or less runs throughout the issue isn't Diana's either. Tamaki renders a very appealing Wonder Woman who seems poised to reveal a more intimate personality in time. For now, she's just the beautiful woman with all the swords and vases and decorative Ionic columns who lives down the hall.  Read Full Review

  • 9.7
    Comic Watch - Cody White Jul 28, 2020

    A bold new era for Diana begins in Wonder Woman #759(@marikotamaki @mikeljanin #jordiebellaire @droog811 @JimLee @Sinccolor @DCcomics) as the new creative arrives and brings along new allies and old foes! Read Full Review

  • 9.2
    Monkeys Fighting Robots - Jose "Jody" Cardona Jul 28, 2020

    The new team does a fantastic job setting the tone, themes, and plot in their premiere issue of Wonder Woman. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Lyles Movie Files - Jeffrey Lyles Jul 28, 2020

    Interesting villain choice aside, this is a very positive debut from a writer who gets Wonder Woman's strengths paired with an art team that will constantly wow readers. The rest of 2020 is looking bright for Wonder Woman regardless if her film makes it in theaters this year. Read Full Review

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    Comics: The Gathering - Carlos R. Jul 28, 2020

    I thoroughly enjoyed this issue and the little details added in by the creative team. Diana is in safe hands and I’m excited to see how she’ll be further developed. If you’re looking to get your Wonder Woman fix before Wonder Woman 1984 (hopefully) drops later this year, then look no further than Wonder Woman #759! Read Full Review

  • 8.8
    The Super Powered Fancast - Deron Generally Jul 28, 2020

    Mikel Janin adds some beautiful visuals to this issue. From the beautifully detailed splash pages to the panel progression, this issue is stunning. One of the best parts is the final sequence and how it leads to the surprise reveal at the end. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    AIPT - Nathan Simmons Jul 28, 2020

    'Wonder Woman' #759 feels like a perfect jumping-on point for new readers, but longtime fans will also find a lot to love here. Read Full Review

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    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield Jul 31, 2020

    The core of this run, at least at first, is going to be Diana facing off against one of her most personal enemies in Maxwell Lord"and his first appearance in this issue is pitch-perfect. There are a few hiccups in this first issue, but Tamaki gives us a likable version of Diana, some promising new characters, and a deadly villain to start things off. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Weird Science - Jim Werner Jul 27, 2020

    Mariko Tamaki starts her Wonder Woman run with a combination of action-movie mayhem and indie movie interactions.  It's a nice combination, though certain scenes hang around a little too long at times.  Mikel Janin makes it all pop, and the ending, while leaving the good stuff for the next issue, will have me back for just that reason. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Sequential Planet - Marcus Orchard Aug 8, 2020

    Fans of the character and those who have been wanting to give Wonder Woman a try should absolutely pick this issue up. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Revolution - Kevin Lainez Jul 29, 2020

    Wonder Woman #759 is a very good start that welcomes both new and long-time fans of Wonder Woman into what will happen next in this series. Mariko Tamaki showed a strong understanding of who Wonder Woman is and sets up a story with Maxwell Lord as the main antagonist that you are immediately invested in. Add in the fantastic artwork from the team of Mikel Janin and Jordie Bellaire and you have a comic book Wonder Woman fans should all be checking out. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Newsarama - Pierce Lydon Jul 29, 2020

    Wonder Woman #759 won't impress everyone. It's not reinventing the wheel, but it's a solid enough issue. The art is outstanding, and the writing has the potential to get there. We saw Tamaki able to explore Jennifer Walters' psyche during her run on She-Hulk and I hope we'll get a similar examination here. Max Lord is back " a villain that Diana killed back in the days of Infinite Crisis " and that's got to weigh on her in some way. But the art is the real star in this issue " did I mention that Janin draws great dinosaurs? Because he totally does " and I hope that Tamaki is able to challenge her art team to make this arc truly memorable. Read Full Review

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    Todd A. Lonn Jul 29, 2020

    This issue was pretty good, it has some great slice of life stuff in it and some fun light moments that are really a joy to read.

  • 9.5
    ComicRelief Jul 28, 2020

    Tamaki hits a home run in her debut issue. Can't wait to read the next issue.

  • 9.5
    KittyNone Jul 29, 2020

    Wow, that was a fun start! Like everyone else, I'm hoping that Tamaki's run is where this book turns a corner and becomes a book that's consistently fun to read again. Wonder Woman going to Ikea was a hoot.

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  • 9.0
    axdn Jul 28, 2020

    After a lot of false starts , this one I am really into!

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  • 8.5
    Spacey Medicine Aug 3, 2020

    This was actually really good, I had a nice time reading it. And I liked the art a lot.

  • 8.0
    Dark Knight Comic Fan Jul 28, 2020

    This is my first time ever stepping into the world of Wonder Woman and it's all because of the recent news of Mariko Tamaki winning the Eisner Award for Best Writer. I've never read anything by her before so this issue was completely new to me except for being familiar with the art team and the cover artist.

    And I gotta say, I dig what I read so far. Mikel Janin takes his extraordinary talent from the pages of Batman and applies it here with WW. The dialogue was great too.

    This is looking to be a fun ride!

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  • 10

    This was Great !

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    Hayskai Aug 19, 2020

    Promising.

  • 8.0
    YourGreenMuse Jul 28, 2020

    I'm so surprised this was good. It's been so long since we've had a good Wonder Woman issue. I'm so excited by the notion that maybe, just maybe, Wonder Woman won't be a horrific slog like it used to be. I've read a lot of Mariko Tamaki's writing, and the results are kind of all over the place, but here's hoping this is one of the good runs. I even liked Mikel Janin's art more than usual. Maybe the coloring has something to do with it. The aesthetic is brighter than Batman, and that may have helped take away the doll factor in his art.

  • 7.5
    Nihilist Jul 28, 2020

    I'm not a fan of Tamaki's previous works and because of that prejudice of mine, I was skeptical about her taking over Wonder Woman's series. I have to say I'm positively surprised so far - it may have not been the greatest comic I've ever picked up, but I'm glad I gave it a chance. It offers some character driven drama, action and a mystery to be unraveled in the foreseeable future. Sure, you could argue if Diana would be so detached when it comes to furniture after spending decades in men's world, but hey, it's comics, they make us believe people can fly, shoot lasers from their eyes and completely selflessly fight completely selfish evil-doers.
    I'll look forward to the next issue. If it build on what's here, I may end up adding it to more

  • 7.5
    allenquanobi Jul 28, 2020

    It's been a while since I've read wonder woman as an ongoing, not since rucka left rebirth. I feel like the character hasn't had a consistent writer since rucka left, but this issue is a good start. It's fun and sweet, and also has a nice little set up for the current arc. Deals with Diana's decisions with Maxwell Lord before infinite crisis, which doesn't really get brought up that often outside of infinite crisis. Overall, a solid solid book, I'll continue reading

  • 7.5
    Liem Duong Jul 28, 2020

    Jumped back onto this book to give Tamaki a shot. And you know what, she showed up. After drags of boring crap from countless writers, I finally found a WW Rebirth story that intrigues me. Albeit, a mere introduction to whats to come and with hints of something that might be really worth investing myself in.

    Tamaki surprised me, I thought she would just be another writer from the call-book that merely feels like a stand-in filler for the actual story that never came. But her writing wasn't bad, boring, or both. It was actually good. The monologue, and just the normal interactions between WW and normal people was done well. And the transitions in this book is the definite strong point of this issue.

    Art by Janin, I hav more

  • 7.5
    AdmiralWhiskers Jul 31, 2020

    The Mariko Tamaki/ Mikel Janin run begins, and it takes a decidedly different route than recent interpretations of Wonder Woman.

    I appreciate the reframing of the character to better line up with how Patty Jenkins is presenting her in the movies. But I have to wonder if making WW more of a street level character with an apartment, a quirky neighbor and half the book focused on a highway car chase diminishes the character. But that's a core tension with the character. Is WW supposed to be soaring with the Greek gods a la Perez (my WW) or talking to bunnies, going to IKEA and running secret agent missions?

    I was thinking the same thing coming out of the introductory pages. Specifically, highlighting Cheetah. Again more

  • 1.0
    Prodigalson16 Jul 30, 2020

    Auuuuuuuuggggghhhhhh yeeeeaaah, traced 3D models with a plot of incredibly low stakes to go with it (but Tomaki is a winner of the all-important Eisner awards so what do I know).

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