Wonder Woman #29

“Heart of the Amazon” beats on in this, the fourth part of the story. For the most part this arc has only gotten better with each issue and even though writer Shea Fontana had the unenviable task of following a beloved Wonder Woman series by Greg Rucka, she has had fun with the character. Fontana…

Wonder Woman #28

Half way through Shea Fontana’s Wonder Woman arc, “Heart of the Amazon”, and Diana is in the midst of evil forces playing a treacherous game – hiring killers to hunt her down. Will the warrior princess be victorious? Ultimately, I’m thinking yes…this isn’t a character changing book, but it’s a fun read nonetheless. What is…

Wonder Woman #27

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…

Wonder Woman #26

What a year 2017 has been for fans of Diana Prince! Gal Gadot, Patty Jenkins, at the movies and of course, in comics, Greg Rucka, have been telling great Wonder Woman stories recently and it appears writer Shea Fontana and artist Mirka Andolfo are joining in the Amazonian fun. What is this all about? ‘HEART…

Wonder Woman #25

After piecing together a masterful story on Wonder Woman, issue 25 brings Greg Rucka’s run to a close. Tidying up *most* loose ends and leaving some open for the next creative team that is coming in. Wonder Woman has been one of the best titles in DC Rebirth and I look forward to seeing what Shea…

Wonder Woman #24

With Godwatch coming to a finish Wonder Woman #24 ties off all the loose ends. Not only that but it sets up a lot of characters for the future after Greg Rucka leaves this title. Now that the overall story has been completed for both Godwatch and The Truth, Wonder Woman #24 serves as the epilogue of sorts…