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Comic Book Review – The Legend of Wonder Woman #1 (issue)

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Comments (16)
  1. I’ve never really watched any Batman and Superman movies including the recent Batman vs. Superman movie. I just find it too dark and I prefer everything Marvel. Anyway, although I’m not a DC Fan, I found Wonder Woman interesting with the illustrations of Renae de Liz. It’s really more appropriate that a woman illustrate a woman so it’s not sexist. Also, young girls and women become empowered with the Legend of Wonder Woman.

  2. Kat says:

    Great artwork! I’ve always admired sketches and comics as a kid, though I admit superhero comics didn’t have a pull on me. DC and Marvel story lines overlap and become too complex, there are too many retcons. As you said, this one probably doesn’t fit into DC continuity. Perhaps it’s something you have to enjoy on its own.

  3. I saw batman v superman with my 12year old son and all throughout the movie, he answers his mom's questions should I can not undertand anything. And yes, even before the movie reveals Wonderwoman's character, he already told me. Ihihi.

  4. kylie says:

    Your style of writing is gorgeous; fluid, engaging and easy to read!

    I generally prefer to read novels over comics, however I do enjoy the occasional comic. The visuals in this book looks delicious and not at all over-sexualised, which has happened with her character previously.

    I may have to hunt this comic series out! Thank you so much for the detailed review! 🙂

  5. heidi says:

    I have never really been into comic books but I do love DC comic and Marvel shows. Your review definitely made me want to check it out. I didn’t really know Wonder Woman’s story.

  6. Chhavi says:

    Well written! I am not so much into comics, but the post was very engaging. It is very difficult to keep someones interest unless the topic is of their interest, but u did a wonderful job! keep it up

  7. Stella Gold says:

    Thanks for sharing the pictures. They are cute! They are not exactly "chibi" style but almost. I really don't know anything about Wonder Woman. I was always into Batman. But I'd be interested in learning more!

  8. Jessica Ayun says:

    I like how it introduce directly the power of women. Not into comics but I adore the movie adaptations.

  9. Sa Bine says:

    Wonder Woman was never my thing. It's actually a shame because she looks so heroic and cool. I was more the Barbie doll kind of girl. And batman was something I used to watch on tv

  10. As a woman, I am inspired by wonder woman. I could relate to her, and I am also interested knowing about her origin. I like wonder woman, In fact I have a few wonder woman collectibles. I might get this comics and hopefully can find one locally.

  11. I love Wonder Woman and having a geeky boyfriend makes it easy for me to appreciate these things. It's fantastic to know the new comics series is adapting to younger readers. The graphics are awesome and the story sounds interesting. There is definitely more to Diana than meets the eye. 🙂

  12. Milton Coyne says:

    It is so sad that I have never got the chance to read any DC comics… I used to read Avengers and those comics from Dark Horse and oh some Japanese Manga too! I am clueless about Diana but I do adore her personality as depicted in movies

  13. Sonnie says:

    I’m looking forward to the WW and JL movie next year, thanks to the BVS movie. I’m more of a DC guy than marvel, bec. Superfriends (Justice League of the 70s-80s) dominate the superheroes cartoon world.

  14. Comicpulse says:

    Thanks for sharing this really good review I love to read comics in free time Batman is my favorite but for a change like to read other comics too. From your review I can see this is also great comics.

  15. Zwitsy says:

    Now this is the kind of story I love to read and even watch. I always crave for the cause before I jump into the climax of the story. Is this out in Amazon?

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