Wonder Woman, Vol. 3: Iron
Wonder Woman has finally discovered her heritage, as well as all the family that comes along with it. However, as she digs deeper into her familial tree, there's as many Gods that are willing to lend her a hand as there are those that would do her harm. WW continues on her search for her friend... show more
Wonder Woman has finally discovered her heritage, as well as all the family that comes along with it. However, as she digs deeper into her familial tree, there's as many Gods that are willing to lend her a hand as there are those that would do her harm. WW continues on her search for her friend Zola's baby, not knowing who she can trust. So when she discovers New God Orion at her doorstep, is he here to help her--or destroy her?Brian Azzarello (100 BULLETS) and illustrators Cliff Chiang and Tony Akins blend superheroics with ancient mythology in this critically acclaimed graphic novel WONDER WOMAN VOL. 3. Collects issues #0, #13-17.
Publish date: September 11th 2013
Publisher: DC Comics
Pages no: 176
Edition language: English
Series: Wonder Woman Vol. IV (#3)
This third volume of the Wonder Woman New 52 series concerns Wonder Woman struggling to adjust to several things. First there is the fact that she is the last Amazon, then there is what happened to her mother, but she is also adjusting to the fact that she has a whole slew of siblings (they share a...
Time passes differently in the Underworld, and by the time Diana makes it to Zola, she's already nearly full term in her pregnancy. Almost immediately after birth, Diana and Zola experience a terrible betrayal, as the baby is stolen away. To locate the child, it's clear that Diana will need the aid ...
I loved Greek mythology as a child. In fact, I had the D'Aulaires' book of Greek mythology, which I read until it was tattered, and my mom replaced it for my sister when she was young. So the fact that Wonder Woman - at least the Wonder Woman's I'd read about - weren't so heavy on mythology a...
I find myself liking this series less and less with every volume, which is disappointing. I love Wonder Woman and Greek mythology, so this book should be perfect for me. And the series did start out well too. It's just that each volume seems to bring something new that I don't like. I don't like Won...
There's a great set up story here that I think will pay off in the next volume, but a whole lot of this volume is just a lead in it seems like. The art is a little different, as usual, but I think works really well for Wonder Woman. It has a look like Mignola's Hellboy, which is always a plus for me...