Wonder Woman #10

Writer: Tom King Artist: Daniel Sampere, Belen Ortega Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: June 19, 2024 Cover Price: $4.99 Critic Reviews: 10 User Reviews: 22
7.8Critic Rating
7.9User Rating

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Cheetah enters the fray as the Sovereign recruits Diana's greatest foe to deal the killing blow! Meanwhile, the Wonder Girls may have promised their mentor that they'd stay out of her fight, but well-behaved heroes seldom make history. Will they reach Diana before it's too late? Plus, Trinity takes to the skies...literally!

  • 10
    Henchman-4-Hire - Sean Ian Mills Jun 22, 2024

    This was a highly anticipated issue and it did not disappoint. King and his art team go a long way to exploring and underlining the Wonder Woman/Cheetah rivalry and how it's particularly special. Read Full Review

  • 10
    But Why Tho? - William Tucker Jun 18, 2024

    Wonder Woman #10 is outstanding. Many aspects of King’s writing and Wonder Woman’s personality come to the fore in a single issue. It has powerful drama and adorable comedy in the central and backup stories. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield Jun 18, 2024

    I was a bit skeptical when this story started, because Cheetah was actually reformed in a pretty compelling story not long ago and this seemed to reset heruntil I realized that she hadn't gone evil. She was simply starving, and another victim of the Sovereign's single-minded sadism and ruthlessness. Read Full Review

  • 9.4
    Comic Watch - Anthony Bergamini Jun 18, 2024

    Wonder Woman #10 serves as a fantastic conclusion to the second arc with excellent character moments in both the main story and the backup. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    AIPT - David Brooke Jun 18, 2024

    Wonder Woman continues to be the best superhero comic written today. There's a wholesomeness in how it conveys her heroism and strength, which end up being her greatest superpowers. Read Full Review

  • 8.7
    The Comic Book Spot - Theodis Wright Jun 19, 2024

    I remain pleased with the way Tom King is continuing Diana's journey in Wonder Woman #10. I give him credit for baiting and reeling me in as a follower. I hope that he doesn't disappoint in the end as he's been guilty of before. Diana deserves the pedestal he currently has her on as a member of the Trinity. Read Full Review

  • 8.6
    The Super Powered Fancast - Deron Generally Jun 18, 2024

    Sampere delivers some beautifully detailed art throughout the issue. There are some beautifully detailed backgrounds and environments along with brilliantly detailed characters and action. Read Full Review

  • 4.5
    Comic Book Revolution - Kevin Lainez Jun 18, 2024

    All that can be said is thank the goddess that this Sovereign storyline is over. Whether forced to end due to Absolute Power or because this was the intended natural end point doesn't matter. The failure of this story arc built around a poorly developed villain is finally over. And that is the only positive that can be said about the story itself. We at least had another great example in Wonder Woman #10 that showcased why Daniel Sampere is one of the best artists in the industry. So, there is that as well. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Weird Science - Gabe Hernandez Jun 18, 2024

    Wonder Woman #10 introduces a scenario where Sovereign decides to pit Wonder Woman against Cheetah on a deserted island for no apparent reason at all. Daniel Sampere's art is gorgeous, but it's clear Tom King has no ideas, no plan, and no justification for being on this title. Wonder Woman fans deserve better. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    ComicBook.com - Nicole Drum Jun 19, 2024

    There are a lot of gaps in the storytelling and a big lack of resolving any of the issues from the start of this run. Instead it's random hard shifts from Diana's struggles last issue to some hugs at the end of this one. The only redemption this issue has is that the art is beautiful. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Toonstrack Jun 19, 2024

    After reading this issue, I can say confidentially that tom king understands the almost inexplicable unique relationship wonder woman has shared with her archenemy. The metatextual analysis of it here is quite acute, in how it doesn't match up with superman or batman in their simplicity.

    That being said, I'd like for him to use other comparisons than superman or batman sometimes. Also, the stuff with the wonder girls and the plane was pretty forgettable. Would've gladly sacrificed it for more of Diana and barbera brawling.

  • 7.0
    K-23 Jul 16, 2024

    This continues the trend of a being a slog to read due to the heavy narration but in the end King gets to some solid feels for both Diana and Cheetah.

    However the back issue continues the trend of King being the worst writer of Damian and Jon ever and I'm really hoping other creators don't mistake these awful portrayals to be accurate for these characters in future stories.

    King portrayal of the Wonder girls is pretty brutal too especially his writing on Yara. Seems he has no clue she's grew up in the US and has her confused for a caveman.

  • 7.0
    derbycomics Jun 18, 2024

    Wonder Woman #10 by writer Tom King, artist Daniel Sampere, & colors Tomeu Morey serves as the final act in the ‘Sacrifice’ arc ahead of DC’s upcoming Absolute Power event. The issue’s main story focuses on two plots which converge by the issue’s end: 1) the Sovereign banishing Wonder Woman to an island where he had a kidnapped & deprived Cheetah waiting; & 2) the Wonder Girls attempting a rescue mission while trying to figure out how to use the invisible jet.

    I've loved King's run so far (& love his work in general), but his past excellence on this run makes this issue feel like a bit of a let down even — though it was still a good issue! King introduces a compelling thought experiment centered on superhero foils vi more

  • 5.0
    Apawn Jun 18, 2024

    SPOILED REVIEW.

    We find Yara, Donna, and Cassie looking for Diana’s invisible jet at an airport, on runway 26 due west. According to Donna, the plane is “one of the greatest weapons on earth and the absolute key to saving Diana and setting everything right and dandy again.” They just have to find a way to find it because, you know, it’s invisible.

    Elsewhere on an island, we find Diana sunning by the water on a beach. She decides to move from lying in the water to sitting further away on the sand.

    Back at the airfield, Cassie uses her head to figure out where the jet is hidden. Yara informs the others how she prefers to have sexual intercourse.

    Back on the island, Wonder Woman wanders throu more

  • 4.0
    daspidaboy Jun 18, 2024

    The problem with this run is that there's no coherent flow or structure in the story. Wonder Woman was in prison, yet she somehow escapes and is on a beach. How did this happen? Well we dont know, it happened off-screen. Cheetah comes up, and the only reason this isnt lower is because this is Daniel Sampere's best work (even better than Dark Crisis), and I really do like the back up story.

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  • 3.0
    fzanca Jun 23, 2024

    The only reason I'm still collecting this title is because of the art. The art is amazing, but Tom King just loves to hear himself talk. He probably dictates this dialogue to a recorder before writing it. I don't think he even knows the story at this point, because I sure don't. He started with the Amazon killing the men in the bar that might be Trinity's mother. Where did that plot go? Then she was fighting Sgt. Steel and the army. Where did that go? Now Sgt. Steel is helping here after she supposedly spent months in capativity eating rats. How did she even get captured to begin with? No idea. Now she fights for days on end with Cheetah and never utilizes her lasso. Only to have them hug and cry on each other's shoulders at the end of the more

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