Really enjoyed this. Great modern beginning for Wonder Woman. I‘d say it‘s a bit mature so don‘t let your kids read it lol. But it‘s an excellent read.
And here I thought cat woman was the only one into bondage. I guess bat man has a type. 😂😂
This is one of the only superhero comics I‘ve read (for @bookriot #ReadHarder of course) so I don‘t feel qualified to evaluate it in a meaningful way. This one tells the Wonder Woman origin story and how she left Paradise Island for the world of man (not a choice I would have made TBH- that place looked GREAT). I did love the artwork! I liked how this frame shows a woman enjoying completely her own strength and power.
2.5 stars. I wanted to read this because I loved Wonder Woman when I was a kid. So naturally, I expected to love this and I didn't. The characters are just cardboard cutouts. The action isn't especially exciting. Guess I'll find another way to get my WW fix. #readharder
This book returns to wonder woman's roots and I loved it. The chain and bondage theme is very much a part of her original story lines, and I love the return of Candy even if she's irritating so far. The art is wonderful. A great blend of the classic stories to create something new
This was thematically incredible and brave. I hope there is more to come soon. The story feels like it's only the beginning of something great
Paquette's colors are great and the art is really interesting but the story is...not good. Wait for Rucka's WW instead of picking this up.