DC, you had me eating out of your hand, but I can’t be having with this mess.
Every time I tagged along into a comic shop in the past few years, The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl would catch my… Read more The under-estimated power of Unbeatable Squirrel Girl
Back to our regularly-scheduled Wonder Woman this week with the final two volumes of Greg Rucka’s DC Rebirth run. It’s… Read more Comics journey #8: Wonder Woman Rebirth – “The Truth” and “Godwatch”
Harley Quinn in the New 52 is an instantly lovable combination of playful, violent, loyal, vulnerable and dangerous.
Greg Rucka returns to Wonder Woman and manages to change my mind about Steve Trevor. Plus, a rant about reboots!
A newbie reviews DC Bombshells: a fun intro to new heroines with lots to love, but Wonder Woman is not its strong point.
Greg Rucka’s 2002 run on Wonder Woman is a great jumping-in point for new fans, but its attitudes to women are a little old-fashioned.
Gail Simone’s 2008 take on Wonder Woman is nicely self-contained and hits a great balance between fun and darkness, giving new fans a perfect entry point to the comics.
This 2014 compilation of one-shots lets new fans dip their toes into Wonder Woman without confusing plot elements.