Wonder Woman, Volume 1

Wonder Woman, Volume 1 A Part Of DC Universe Rebirth New York Times Best Selling Writer Greg Rucka Returns To Wonder Woman After Suffering An Unimaginable Loss, Diana Must Rebuild Her Mission As Earth S Ultimate Protector And Champion However, In The Midst Of Her Grief, Her Lasso Of Truth Stopped Working Start Down The Rabbit Hole As Dark Secrets From Wonder Woman S Past Unravel Her Present From The Ashes Of DC Universe Rebirth, Critically Acclaimed Writer Greg Rucka Along With Illustrator Liam Sharpunveil A Tale That Will Forever Alter The DC Icon In Wonder Woman, Volume 1 The Lies Collecting Wonder Woman 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, Rebirth

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  • Paperback
  • 128 pages
  • Wonder Woman, Volume 1
  • Greg Rucka
  • English
  • 02 May 2018
  • 1401267785

10 thoughts on “Wonder Woman, Volume 1

  1. says:

    Wonder Woman Rebirthed again Ok, this opens with the Rebirth issue that I ve already reviewed In a nutshell, Wonder Woman realizes something is wrong with her memory and starts to remember her different origin stories ties in with the Rebirth Smiley Face Button thing nuff said.As far as the art goes, it sloshed around quite a bit between very good, somewhat passable, and downright ugly In some panels, it looked like WW had been hit in the face with a shovelhard.As far as the story go Wonder Woman Rebirthed again Ok, this opens wi...

  2. says:

    Awesome graphics Cool Rebirth story with Cheetah and both humans, Olympians and bad guys I enjoyed these episodes looking forward to see where they take this new character arc

  3. says:

    I m given to understand that it s fair game to wonder what s in a Wonder Ball, but is it acceptable to wonder what s in a Wonder Woman I have no idea, but I suppose that s neither here nor there.I ve read many a comic with Wonder Woman in it, but this is, perhaps somewhat surprisingly, my first foray into a full arc of a WW solo book It was well, it wasn t wondrous More like Perfectly Adequate Woman But, I suspect that sa reflection of the initial line of Rebirth books generally than t I m given to understand that it s fair game to wonder what s in a Wonder Ball, but is it acceptable to wonder what s in a Wonder Woman I have no idea, but I suppose that s neither here nor there.I ve read many a comic with Wonder Woman in it, but this is, perhaps somewhat surprisingly, my first foray into a full arc of a WW solo book It was well, it wasn t wondrous More like Perfectly Adequate Woman But, I suspect that sa ...

  4. says:

    Wonder Woman thinks someone s fucking with her The story keeps changing she chants, over and over, probably a meta reference to how her origins have changed over the years with different writers She asks her arch enemy Cheetah to help her figure out what s happening, but first she must defeat an evil Swamp Thing esque monster in Africa and get it on with Steve Trevor So Wonder Woman s still a steaming pile I never read Greg Rucka s previous Wonder Woman run but I m guessing some readers l Wonder Woman thinks someone s fu...

  5. says:

    Review to come

  6. says:

    Note to self You still don t like anybody else s Wonder Woman stories Stop sampling the wares It only makes you angry.Yeah, yeah, I tricked myself into reading this because I was so enad with The Legend of Wonder Woman Vol 1 Origins and I thought maybe, just maybe, all the writers were aligning with that story even though I saw the DC Universe Rebirth written across the cover of this one and I knew that couldn t be anything good.And it s not.We re back to Wonder Woman for guys with th Note to self You still don t like anybody else s Wonder Woman stories Stop sampling the wares It only makes you angry.Yeah, yeah, I tricked myself into reading this because I was so enad with The Legend of Wonder Woman Vol 1 Origins and I thought maybe, just maybe, all the writers were aligning with that story even though I saw the DC Universe Rebirth written across the cover of this one and I knew that couldn t be anything good.And it s not.We re back to Wonder Woman for guys with this one Art focuses on bodies, not faces, so there are a ton of awkward expressions Wonder Woman appears to suffer from painful gas in many of the panels Perhaps it s a migraine Whatever it is, she is not comfortable Seriously, guys, she doesn t feel well at all.This story did take the female friendship thing I d liked so well in the other WW and ranright into girl on girl territory No, nothing happened but, man, the hypersexualized physical encounters between Dian...

  7. says:

    So yeah, after reading Year One and re reading this volume, I am bumping my rating up to three solid stars Still not exactly excellent, but a much better read when you have the context of Year One And hey, Cheetah was in this volume, too I totally forgot about that I kinda get the feeling that it s also going to be an even better read after Volume 4, which is supposed to have evenbackstory and context for the events of this book, but we ll see about that My original review, 2 stars For So yeah, after reading Year One and re reading this volume, I am bumping my rating up to three solid stars Still not exactly excellent, but a much better read when you have the context of Year One And hey, Cheetah was in this volume, too I totally forgot about that I kinda get the feeling that it s also going to be an even better read after Volume 4, which is supposed to have evenbackstory and context for the events of this book, but we ll see about that My original review, 2 stars For the second time in his career, Greg Rucka writes a completely generic, unremarkable and underwhelming Wonder Woman run that is further burdened by its two parallel arcs structure This volume collects issues Rebirth, 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 and 11, while the other arc contain...

  8. says:

    I received this from Edelweiss and DC Comics in exchange for an honest review EDIT I also received a copy from Netgalley.Not bad, not good, just sort of middle of the road Artwork was okay The biggest issue I have with this volume is that it feels incomplete There is simply no resolution to...

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    When DC relaunched their whole line up last year with Rebirth, it was clearly a response to the fans negativity towards The New 52, a five year long reboot that removed the decades of continuity of which many adored Taking note from Geoff Johns when he penned DC Universe Rebirth 1, Greg Rucka who wrote a run of the character during the early noughties revisits Wonder Woman by acknowledging the different interpretations of her origin and stating that all that was a lie.As with many of DC When DC relaunched their whole line up last year with Rebirth, it was clearly a response to the fans negativity towards The New 52, a five year long reboot that removed the decades of continuity of which many adored Taking note from Geoff Johns when he penned DC Universe Rebirth 1, Greg Rucka who wrote a run of the character during the early noughties revisits Wonder Woman by acknowledging the different interpretations of her origin and stating that all that was a lie.As with many of DC Rebirth s first volumes, this begins with a Rebirth 1, with Wonder Woman narrates her life story from her birth that is either birthed from clay or the love between Queen Hippolyta and Zeus, to her time during The New 52 where she became the God of War after Ares Throughout this issue primarily drawn by Matthew Clark, ...

  10. says:

    Oh man, this was bad I don t have a whole lot to say about this because I barely can recall what actually happened in it, and most of that wasn t even really a coherent story Wonder Woman has a little existential crisis and wonders about her origins and her place in the world She s a demigod that s been around for half a century, you d think she d already know that And then she fight s a couple of random monsters and has a constant back and forth with a whiny C...

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