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Wonder Woman Vol. 3: The Truth (Rebirth)
Wonder Woman Vol. 3: The Truth (Rebirth) | Greg Rucka
11 posts | 12 read | 3 to read
A part of DC Universe Rebirth! New York Times best-selling writer Greg Rucka continues his return to WONDER WOMAN! Rucka is joined by fan favorite artist Liam Sharp as Diana's life is unraveling around her. Diana's search for the truth about herself, her history, and her home Themyscira, takes her on a journey into darkness. But the price of understanding may be one sacrifice too many for Wonder Woman. Collects WONDER WOMAN #13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25. Rebirth honors the richest history in comics, while continuing to look towards the future. These are the most innovative and modern stories featuring the world's greatest superheroes, told by some of the finest storytellers in the business. Honoring the past, protecting our present and looking towards the future. This is the next chapter in the ongoing saga of the DC Universe. The legacy continues.
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DWpalooza
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Mehso-so

Mixed feelings. Issues 1 and 3 start a conspiracy story, while 2 delves into Wonder Woman's backstory. The illustrations in 1 and 2 are glorious. In 3, they alternated to various other artists which makes the visual tone vary widely. It's not bad, per-say, just obvious when the art style changes back and forth. For new readers, start with 2. Then read 1 and 3 which have lots of characters from WW's past. #dw2020reads

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Lauredhel
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Hmm... The padded cell/ asylum subplot in this volume made no sense to me, and the way superhero comics deal with mental illness and its treatment shits me mightily.

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tysephine
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Pickpick

Gorgeous artwork, interesting plotline. A lot of Steve Trevor, which I appreciate after the WW movie 😢

The one thing I love most, though, is how they draw her hair.

JenFowler I want hair like that!! 2y
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queerbookreader
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Guess who went to an out of town library today.......

*weakly raises hand*

In my defense, I haven't checked out 30 comics at one time in several months. I've been totally good about keeping my library checkouts in the single digits. I've earned this obscene pile of comics.

Lindy ❤️! 2y
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Ellechim
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I really love it when the things like this come in the mail. It‘s an instant smile to my face.

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awishman
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Pickpick

I didn't really like the beginning of this trade, but I quite liked where the story ended up. And there are some good WonderTrev moments. 😍

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Eyelit
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My evening plans - as #litsypartyofone draws to a close. It's been a great weekend. 😃
Elliot & Tilney have been quite pleased that most of today has been a reading day. #catsoflitsy
Gotta love #hoopla and the access to new comics!

Bette 🐱❤️🐱💙 2y
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa
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Pickpick

I love when a story arc comes together. Great conclusion to the Truth and Lies story arc.

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MPL
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Out today! Check it out from our Graphic Novels section.

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LibrarianRyan
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Pickpick

Wonder Woman vol 3 merges Vol 1, where Diana is trying to figure out what is truth and what is lies, and Volume 2 which looks back at her first year. The story picks up after vol 1 which at first throws the reader off, but as you move through the sections the stories merge and you clearly see the before and after. So far I am liking this version of Wonder Woman.

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LibrarianRyan
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What a counts for sexy talk from a super computer.

Mimi28 😂😂 3y
readinginthedark This is the best! 😂 3y
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