Wonder Woman: Love and Murder
Written by Jodi Picoult Art by Terry Dodson, Drew Johnson and others Cover by Terry Dodson & Rachel Dodson Best-selling author Jodi Picoult (Nineteen Minutes, The Tenth Circle, My Sister's Keeper), takes Wonder Woman on a collision course with the Amazons in this hardcover volume collecting... show more
Written by Jodi Picoult Art by Terry Dodson, Drew Johnson and others Cover by Terry Dodson & Rachel Dodson Best-selling author Jodi Picoult (Nineteen Minutes, The Tenth Circle, My Sister's Keeper), takes Wonder Woman on a collision course with the Amazons in this hardcover volume collecting WONDER WOMAN #6-10! The action begins when Wonder Woman, in her disguise as Special Agent Diana Prince of the Department of Metahuman affairs, is assigned to capture Wonder Woman. How can she accomplish this impossible job without revealing her secret identity? This is just the start of the Amazon Warrior's problems as Diana must relearn how to exist as a human being while a deadly foe begins to close a net on her, leading to a catastrophic outcome!
Publish date: November 7th 2007
Publisher: DC Comics
Pages no: 128
Edition language: English
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Bullet Review:This occurs just before and concurrent with Amazons Attack; this makes Amazons Attack make more sense and clarify major plot elements.That said, it's still crap.Some of it admittedly is not Picoult's fault. The plot itself I am sure was a DC creation but the execution is all hers. And ...
Wonder woman is keeping a low profile and trying to work out what she thinks about having to kill Maxwell Lord to save Superman. She's trying to work out a place in the world by working as an agent for the Department of Metahuman affairs. Circe is back and wants her revenge and is adding in reanim...
First of all, this is technically a second story arch in a series. There is however a "Previously on Wonder Woman" page, where you can read what happened in the first novel. Basically, Wonder Woman did something that society and the other heroes don't particularly agree with, and she has to go int...
To get this out of the way: having Jodi Picoult write Wonder Woman was a blatantly obvious publicity stunt on DC's behalf. But that's fine, because most of the issues here probably have little, if anything to do with who was writing it. This crap came from on high.To start with, we have Diana taking...
YESSS. Wonder Woman is drawn strong, statuesque, and even her fibbie suits can't quite conceal her defined muscles. I was wary that getting Picoult to write a comic about a lady superhero was a marketing gimmick, and perhaps it was. I don't much care why they got Picoult to write this trade; I'm ...