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Wonder Woman By Greg Rucka Vol. 1 - Greg Rucka
Wonder Woman By Greg Rucka Vol. 1
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When an ancient ritual requires Wonder Woman to protect a young woman from anyone who threatens her, it pits the Amazon Warrior against her Justice League ally, Batman! And while an array of enemies, including Silver Swan and the more dangerous than ever Dr. Psycho, attack Wonder Woman on all... show more
When an ancient ritual requires Wonder Woman to protect a young woman from anyone who threatens her, it pits the Amazon Warrior against her Justice League ally, Batman! And while an array of enemies, including Silver Swan and the more dangerous than ever Dr. Psycho, attack Wonder Woman on all fronts, it’s the publication of Princess Diana’s book that opens her to an assault by a new and deadly foe – the malevolent Veronica Cale – and places Wonder Woman’s island homeland of Themyscira in grave danger. Best-selling writer Greg Rucka (DETECTIVE COMICS) teams with artists JG Jones (FINAL CRISIS), Drew Johnson (SUPERGIRL), Shane Davis (SUPERMAN: EARTH ONE) and more for the start of his legendary run on the title as Wonder Woman stands against mortal foes and faces the machinations of the gods themselves! Collects the highly sought after WONDER WOMAN: THE HIKETEIA and WONDER WOMAN #195-205.
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Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9781401263324 (1401263321)
ASIN: 1401263321
Publisher: DC Comics
Pages no: 392
Edition language: English
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Chris' Fish Place
Chris' Fish Place rated it
4.0
I picked this up because I wanted to read The Hiketeia story. Which was worth the price.The Hiketeia deals with WW taking on supplicant who is wanted for murder, and who Batman is chasing. The story gets at the difference between WW and Batman. One thing that has always bugged a little about Bats (a...
A Spoopy Love Affair With Books
A Spoopy Love Affair With Books rated it
2.0 Review: Wonder Woman vol. 1 by Greg Rucka
Everything I dislike about Wonder Woman's uneven characterization is present in Rucka's writing, and the story itself only manages to be mildly interesting. Diana's judgmental, preachy and personality-less, the villain is a jealous woman who, despite calling Diana 'the supermodel' looks like a blond...
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