Wonder Woman Archives, Vol. 6
Publish date: July 6th 2010
Publisher: DC Comics
Pages no: 232
Edition language: English
Series: Wonder Woman Archives (#1)
Bullet Review:3 stars for nostalgia. Because this is cheesier than cheese pizza. So much cheese, I feel constipated.And this is embarrassingly racist. And while it has some feminist undertones, WW STILL does a lot of things just because of Steve Trevor.And really ridiculous. The incredible leaps in ...
More early Wonder Woman. I have to say, I appreciate how faithfully DC seems to be reproducing these issues, down to having the "crawl" on the bottom of the page urging readers to buy war bonds and donate scrap.
Continuing to read out of curiosity and my obsession with completeness. My thought are the same as they were in my review for the first volume.
Let's be perfectly honest: the only reason to read these old Wonder Woman stories is historical curiosity. Or at least the only reason for me: although I love the Golden Age heroes, the Golden Age stories usually fall flat for me, and probably for many modern readers. In many ways, Wonder Woman is a...
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