Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace #16

Writer: Andrew Wheeler Artist: Paul Pelletier Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: November 11, 2020 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
9.3Critic Rating
7.5User Rating

A teenage boy summoned a dark witch out of a book of spells to cover his town in the same darkness that consumes him. Wonder Woman arrives to drive the dark witch back to where she came from.

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    DC Comics News - Seth Singleton Nov 12, 2020

    WonderWoman:Agent of Peace #16 reminds us of what we already know by showing us the challenges that always exist in a new and changing world. Remembering the lessons and reminders to do what's right is how we use the models of history to create a better now and a brighter future. Read Full Review

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    You Don't Read Comics - Russ Bickerstaff Nov 17, 2020

    As open as things are becoming, mainstream pop fiction still hasnt found a whole lot of ground for exploration of matters like gender identity. An issue like Agents of Peace #16 remains a relative rarity to superhero fiction. Its far from the first time this sort of thing has been featured on the comics page, but its still rare enough to be emotionally engaging. As envisioned by the first people to chronicle her exploits back in the early 1940s, Wonder Woman has always worked best when balancing action and aggression with empathy and understanding. Shes the perfect character to explore human conflict few other superheroes could. Read Full Review

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    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Nov 19, 2020

    There's a lot to like with the storytelling in this issue with what the young man goes through and how his pain is used by others. Wheeler works a couple of levels to things here but at the forefront, we get Diana doing her best to protect everyone and help them on the path that they're on so they can see the good things out there. What really won me over with this story was the artwork as the team just overdelivers here with some great visuals, from the detailed character designs to the color work and more. It's really beautiful, especially on the digital setup, and worth the price of admission with ease. Read Full Review

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