Wonder Woman '77 #1
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Wonder Woman '77 #1

Writer: Marc Andreyko Artist: Drew Johnson Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: January 7, 2015 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 3
8.3Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

Take a trip back to the days of disco with everyone's favorite Amazon Princess. Wonder Woman hits the dance floor in pursuit of an escaped Russian spy.

  • 9.5
    Shadowhawk's Shade - AJ Jan 13, 2015

    The art here is by Drew Johnson, with colours by Romulo Fajardo Jr., letters by Wes Abbott and the cover by Nicola and Annette. The art team here is pretty stellar actually. While I loved the attention to characterwork detail that Drew brought with his pencils, I think it was Romulo's colours that really shined here. I mean, there's this nice flashy/glossy look to the artwork at times, and I think it works well in the second half at the nightclub. And of course, the characters do resemble their real-life/show counterparts so it is easy to pick out who is who. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    Weird Science - Jim Werner Jan 9, 2015

    This first issue shows that Marc Andreyko knows his way around Wonder woman '77 and thus I can recommend to any of the shows fans.  Actually, with such a fun story and great art by Drew Johnson, I can't see anyone walking away disappointed. This book is yet another Digital First hit that I'm looking forward to seeing more of as quick as possible. Now if only I could get my donut bacon cheeseburger. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Needless Essentials Online - Stan Ford Jan 9, 2015

    I'm personally hoping that this series marks the start of a trend and we see Superman '55. I think Superboy '88 or Superman '95 might be taking it a bit too far, but one thing comics has shown me is that if done right, anything is possible. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Front Towards Gamer - Lido Jan 11, 2015

    It's a testament to how well the format of digital comics can be used to create something new and interesting with the medium. There have been a lot of things out lately dealing with women and espionage in a period piece setting, but Wonder Woman '77 is easily the best. The lighter and more “anything goes” tone goes hand-in-hand with the unique stylistic approach to create a great send up to the classic show, and a very enjoyable standalone Wonder Woman comic. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Book Resources - Doug Zawisza Jan 12, 2015

    Fun time-influenced threats, new details and characters and just enough camp make "Wonder Woman '77" #1 a smart, engaging debut. An affordably priced, well-paced introduction, this comic is yet another fine feather in the DC Digital First initiative's cap. Readers don't have to be well-versed in either the comic book or television interpretations of Wonder Woman but the more understanding they bring to this story, the more they will get out of it. "Wonder Woman '77" adds another series to my digital-first reading subscription. Read Full Review

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