Wonder Woman '77 Meets the Bionic Woman #3

Writer: Andy Mangels Artist: Judit Tondora Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: March 15, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 6
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The Original Girl Power! Catching a missile after its launch is the least of the trials facing Diana Prince (aka Wonder Woman) and Jaime Sommers (The Bionic Woman)!  Now, their greatest television enemies have joined forces, and they're building an army for their master plan! Wonder Woman and the Bionic Woman prepare for a trip to South America - passing through the Bermuda Triangle as they go - but the villains have other schemes. All this, plus the return of Max, the Bionic Dog!
Written by best-selling author ANDY MANGELS (Star Trek & Star Wars) and illustrated by JUDIT TONDORA (Grimm Fairy Tales), WONDER WOMAN more

  • 10
    DC Comics News - Sean Blumenshine Mar 29, 2017

    This is a great issue. It's certainly the most fun of the three thanks to some terrific action and fun dialogue. The villain plot is interesting and engaging and manages to pull elements from the shows to naturally bring them together. And the art is fantastic throughout. Read Full Review

  • 9.7
    SciFiPulse - Raissa Devereux Mar 8, 2017

    I mentioned in my previous review that Max, The Bionic Dog, was the only missing character. Writer Andy Mangels gave Max his entrance in Wonder Woman '77 Meets The Bionic Woman #3. It was love at first sight for him and Diana, and now, the duo will be a trio going forward. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Chuck's Comic Of The Day - Chuck Mar 21, 2017

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  • 9.0
    Outright Geekery - Erik Koehn Mar 15, 2017

    I have read many transmedia/crossover books over the years that have blown my mind; the comic book Ghostbusters International crossing over with The Real Ghostbusters cartoon characters, Dynamite's Swords of Sorrow crossover,. The mind bending and hallucinatory Barber/Scioli Gi Joe vs Transformers, IDW's Revolution, Archie VS Predator, Mars Attacks Popeye. This book now tops that list with each issue. Adding more plot details and a variety of story elements. Always maintaining an entertaining experience that is fresh, fun and surprising with every page turn. Despite all the wackiness and fun at the expense of the properties, what makes this book work is that at its core is a warm and blossoming friendship between the two main characters. Which in this day when most superheroes seem to have a neurotic fixation on fighting one another is absolutely refreshing. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Crusaders - Andy Hall Mar 15, 2017

    Pick this up from your local comic book store for a good, fun read. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Mar 15, 2017

    Though I've had fun with the first couple of issues of this series the third issue is a significant bump in the road that could be a decent sized pothole for many. It's just so full of exposition that's incredibly busy as it tries to convey so much through both word and art that it becomes a slog to get through. And that's the worst thing that it can do. The beginning and end of this issue has some fun and keeps things moving but I'm feeling even more disconnected from the villains side now and less interested in them in the big picture sense. Thankfully, the two leads make up for some of that and just watching them have fun with the mission, and bringing Max into the mix, keeps it enjoyable enough even if reduced over the first two installments. Read Full Review

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