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Abrakadabra reviewed Wonder Woman #794 Dec 27, 2022

This is absolute trash. Wonder Woman yelling about destroyed milk company. It's so childish it borders on satire. And since it's not satire it's just trash.

Wonder Woman #794

By: Becky Cloonan, Emanuela Lupacchino
Released: Dec 14, 2022

After rescuing the Cheetah from the clutches of the evil International Milk Company, Wonder Woman must set her sights on the real monsters behind it all…the gods! The gods of fear and panic, Phobos and Deimos, have been having a little too much fun controlling the minds of men, and the world has started to suffer the consequences. Diana is going ...

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Just wow. By far the best issue in the whole event. Rosenberg blew Tynion out of the water. I never thought I would write it.

It's explosive, way more cohesive and the art finally pays off instead of being irritating like in first issue. Since Matthew doesn't have to explain some nonsensical parts Tynion wrote hismelf i to the corner with this tie in can focus on FUN. more

DC vs. Vampires: All-Out War #6

By: Matthew Rosenberg, Pasquale Qualano
Released: Dec 21, 2022

The grand finale! With the dying embers of their hope rekindled at the eleventh hour, what’s left of John Constantine’s Suicide Squad attempts to traverse the badlands with precious cargo in tow. But just as final victory over the vampires and their endless night seems all but assured, the team must contend with their most powerful and terrifyi...

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Abrakadabra reviewed DC vs. Vampires #12 Dec 27, 2022

It's weird to say but Rosenberg did a much better job on All Out War than Tynion on main title.

In essence it's a generic story that isn't bad. And it's a good thing from DC these days. General premise, general characters, general predictable outcome of two lovers. Makes little sense and zero explanation why some vampires are completely evil and the others comoeltly good, but who cares more

DC vs. Vampires #12

By: James Tynion IV, Otto Schmidt
Released: Dec 28, 2022

The cataclysmic final issue of the bestselling series will end with a bang and a whimper! Green Arrow will lead humanity’s final charge from the blood mines of Smallville. Supergirl’s mission to get off-world comes to an explosive end. And it’s Batgirl versus Nightwing for the fate of the entire planet-the stakes couldn’t be higher as the f...

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Teen Titans Go Giant #1

Released: Nov 6, 2019

New cover by Marcelo DiChiara
This issue includes two new stories:
o "The Hic You Say," a 16-page story written by Sholly Fisch with art by Marcelo DiChiara in which Kory gets the hiccups
o "Fan Favorites," an eight-page story written by Ivan Cohen with art by Sarah Leuver, in which Beast Boy is elected most popular hero.
Plus repr...

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Abrakadabra reviewed Robin & Batman #1 Nov 9, 2021

Surprisingly really good book. The dynamic and sense of family bond between the Dynamic Duo is off the charts.

Unlike main Batman title, Bruce is capable and not in need of Catnip all the time. Guess outside Batgirls, Batman sidekick titles are the best what his mythos have to offer currently. Kudos for that and for Robin.

Robin & Batman #1

By: Jeff Lemire, Dustin Nguyen
Released: Nov 10, 2021

The legendary story of Batman and Robin has reached nearly mythic proportions: the crime-fighting Dynamic Duo, always one step ahead of the criminals they pursue and never meeting a case too big. This isn’t that story. This is the story of a young Dick Grayson, newly orphaned, struggling to find his way in a strange, difficult, dark new world…T...

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Abrakadabra reviewed Action Comics #1036 Nov 9, 2021

The era of getting rid of Clark because with him around we will never sell my Jon, ever, begins.

It starts interesting, I'll see how they kill Kal again on his 30th death anniversary last year.

Action Comics #1036

By: Phillip K. Johnson, Sami Basri
Released: Nov 10, 2021

THE WARWORLD SAGA BEGINS! After learning of an enslaved race with mysterious ties to Krypton, Superman and the Authority travel across the galaxy to dethrone the new Mongul and liberate Warworld. Introducing new characters and a new corner of the DC Universe, the biggest Superman event since the Death and Return of Superman begins HERE!

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Chip continues to prove he is one of the best. Unlike current pathetic state of JL, The Least Ride gave us a ride.

One of the best series by DC in a long time

Justice League: Last Ride #7

By: Chip Zdarsky, Miguel Mendonca
Released: Nov 10, 2021

IT’S ALL BEEN BUILDING TO THIS-past and present and future all collide here in the final issue of this monumental series. Everything connects back to J’onn’s death, Batman’s final decision, and Superman’s regret-it all has been leading to this final confrontation with Darkseid. Who lives (some do!)? Who dies (some do!)? It all culminates ...

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Abrakadabra reviewed Wonder Woman #781 Nov 9, 2021

With the terrible afterworlds ending one would think things get only better. And would be surprised.

Cloonrad continues to destroy everything that was sellable in Wonder Woman franchise for... I don't really know what. Psycho, as much as he was always a piece of turd turned to a caricature. Even for him. His mysogyny stops working when it becomes a comical joke instead of serving a pur more

Wonder Woman #781

By: Vita Ayala, Skylar Patridge
Released: Nov 10, 2021

Wonder Woman faces her greatest threat yet: a world that doesn’t need her! Lost and without purpose, Diana travels to visit an old friend looking for answers. Meanwhile, her image as a hero has taken a shape all its own and it’s ready to fight back…literally!

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Abrakadabra reviewed Wonder Woman #779 Sep 14, 2021

Omg that was just pathetic. Another social commentary. I know ww is not as popular as Clark or Bruce. But that crap is most definitely not gonna help

Wonder Woman #779

By: Jordie Bellaire, Paulina Ganucheau
Released: Sep 15, 2021

All good things must end! Janus’s murderous rampage through the Multiverse leads Diana and her allies to a place in between worlds where Wonder Woman will come face to face with her darkest fear…a future without her in it! Plus, in our tale set years ago, Princess Diana's quest for truth comes to a thrilling conclusion!

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Abrakadabra reviewed Wonder Woman #777 Aug 10, 2021

The only good thing about is the fact we are closing to the end. And Emanuela Lupacchino art.

It was cringeworthy, so boring and predictable. Throwing this men are bad in every issue gets just that cringworthy. Doesnt matter if its a satyr, elf king, Thor or ofcourse Wonder Man. Diana needs to throw some one liner about patriarchy in every issue. If the stories were at least connected a more

Wonder Woman #777

By: Jordie Bellaire, Paulina Ganucheau
Released: Aug 11, 2021

Wonder Woman learns the hard way that fairies are never to be trusted when her promised trip home takes a sharp left turn in the Multiverse! Welcome to Earth-11, headquarters of the Justice Guild. In this alternate version of Diana’s Earth, the Amazons of Themyscira imposed their law on the entire world, and the course of history was changed fore...

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Abrakadabra - Aug 10, 2021

https://www.comichron.com/monthlycomicssales/2021/2021-06.html What started as a normal 35k run peaked at 773 thanks to well sex, dropped to 27 on 774. July predictions are not yet complete. But WW according to presales not even yet registered https://www.comichron.com/monthlycomicssales/2021/2021-07.html Lets be realistic here. 775,6,7 will be even lower. Many people shitted on neo Gotham and Cyberpunk vibe of Tynion's Batman. But one thijg was certain. Dude made the sales almost double.

Ghoul - Aug 12, 2021

So go real Sensational and quit acting like you have some inside scoop, or know better. There are other Wonder Woman stories for you. Quoting sales and acting like you understand the industry is weak, and you’re clearly hurt by something else.


Great. Just great. Nothing to add

Justice League: Last Ride #4

By: Chip Zdarsky, Miguel Mendonca
Released: Aug 11, 2021

The Justice League disbanded when their last mission went terribly wrong, and Martian Manhunter paid the ultimate price. But the team learns that time is a circle, and their last mission on Apokolips holds more than just the key to protecting a war criminal and completing their mission, it tells the story of how we lost J’onn…and why Superman h...

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Abrakadabra added Wonder Woman (2016) to their pull list Jul 27, 2021

Wonder Woman (2016)

"THE LIES" chapter one
Why has the lasso of truth stopped working for the Amazon Princess? Start down the rabbit hole as dark secrets from Wonder Woman's past unravel her present!
THEY SAID IT: "Drawing Wonder Woman isn't just drawing a comic, it's drawing an icon-the most famous and recognizable female superhero in the world," exclaims art...

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Abrakadabra reviewed Wonder Woman #776 Jul 27, 2021

Wonder woman is the worse title that came out of DM. Pity since Diana was a main hero there.

Wonder Woman #776

By: Jordie Bellaire, Paulina Ganucheau
Released: Jul 28, 2021

They may look innocent, but the faeries of Elfhame have it in for Wonder Woman!
What did Diana do to incur their wrath? Well, it may have something to do with the Roman god who has turned the Sphere of the Gods upside down in pursuit of power. Someone must pay for the damage they’ve caused, and Ratatosk could be the first if Diana doesn’...

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Abrakadabra reviewed Wonder Woman #775 Jul 13, 2021

Going downhill is an understatement. No wonder people care little for Diana's title. And sales show it. No wonder Yara is such a hit. Because she is written as a compelling character in a settings we actually give a damn about. And acts accordingly to her character.

For what started a promising run turns out a not very promising disappointment. Gods being brought back with as much effor more

Wonder Woman #775

By: Jordie Bellaire, Paulina Ganucheau
Released: Jul 14, 2021

Welcome to the Graveyard of Gods, Wonder Woman…the Keeper of the Grounds anticipates your arrival!
Many enter these hallowed grounds of the DCU, but none return to the world of the living. So how is Diana supposed to save herself, let alone a whole pantheon of gods? With her weapons rendered useless, she’ll have to find the key to victo...

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Abrakadabra reviewed Wonder Woman #774 Jun 22, 2021

It was ok. At least Moore is gone for an issue or two.

The lame excuse with magically crafted second blade was hard to accept. Especially if Diana herself blocked the original with her bare hands. The Greek mythos seem bland here compared to Nordic ones. And to think it's her background.

Diana still acts weird. It's way better than Sonja or Conan that she was before but the more

Wonder Woman #774

By: Jordie Bellaire, Paulina Ganucheau
Released: Jun 23, 2021

Olympus has fallen! With the kingdom of the gods in ruins, Wonder Woman finds that only two remain, wounded and abandoned by one of their own! The rest of the Olympians are dead and now it’s up to Diana to travel to the Graveyard of the Gods to recover their souls. Seems like even in the afterlife there is no rest for our hero. Will she ever be a...

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Antenovial reviewed Wonder Woman #774 Jun 22, 2021

Enter Olympus. Diana is finally in the right afterlife, but things aren’t as they are supposed to be. The mystery is set up quite well. Janus is an intriguing villain, and the appearance of one of them is familiar to readers of this run.

Instead of Travis Moore (who will return in September), Andy MacDonald is on art. While the art is a bit of a step down in quality – especially whe more

Wonder Woman #774

By: Jordie Bellaire, Paulina Ganucheau
Released: Jun 23, 2021

Olympus has fallen! With the kingdom of the gods in ruins, Wonder Woman finds that only two remain, wounded and abandoned by one of their own! The rest of the Olympians are dead and now it’s up to Diana to travel to the Graveyard of the Gods to recover their souls. Seems like even in the afterlife there is no rest for our hero. Will she ever be a...

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Antenovial - Jun 22, 2021

@Abrakadabra: I'm sorry, but I have no idea what you are talking about. When I wrote "I can't wait to see who the big bad is" I was refering to the backup by Bellaire and Ganucheau. @WeirdScienceJim: That's valid. Personally I've seen enough of Olympus over the years that its destruction works for me here without having to see the gods prior to their demise.

Weird Science Jim - Jul 12, 2021

My point wasn’t about seeing them prior, my point is that Olympus has been destroyed in the Wonder Woman book for almost 4 years now - this isn’t new

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