At the end of issue #26 Wonder Woman happens upon a [REVERSE SPOILER ALERT] bomb hidden underneath a table. She had been attempting to set aside her warrior spirit for one evening out at a wedding when a little girl playing hide and seek leads her to an explosive device. In what felt like an 80’s action show ending, the bomb had only one second until detonation, leaving readers in suspense. Until…
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Overall, this is an energetic second chapter that moves the story along while always showing the dangers lurking and plotting against Diana. This arc has all the vibes of a superhero cartoon show, perfect for after school or Saturday morning (remember when that was a thing?). I love the pacing and characterizations Shea Fontana has written for Wonder Woman. The art is usually good, save for a couple inconsistent panels, but if you like a fun, quick story, this is the Wonder Woman for you.
Reviewed by: Jeff Daily
Wonder Woman #27
Written by: Shea Fontana
Art by: Mirka Andolfo, Romulo Fajardo, Jr. and Saida Temofonte
Published by: DC Comics
Release Date: July 26, 2017