Wonder Woman #771 review

Wonder Woman is in Valhalla, with few memories of her previous life, getting used to the daily routine of battling dead Norsemen, occasional dying and coming back in time for a jug of mead and a row with a particularly useless specimen. With Thor refusing to admit that a dying World Tree, missing warriors and […]

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Wonder Woman #770 review

Where does the greatest superhero blessed by the gods of Olympus go when she dies? Where else but… …Valhalla? It’s not all mead and toasting for Diana, though – while her nights are spent carousing, her days are devoted to battle. In Wagnerian hero Siegfried, Diana has an instant friend, but he’s not the only […]

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Immortal Wonder Woman #1 review

Before DC’s two-month Future State event began the company produced a free magazine, with features about the characters. Almost hidden at the bottom of a couple of pages was a timeline, making it clear that different comics were happening in different years. So although the Gotham-set books all reflect a Bladerunner future, they’re not all […]

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Wonder Woman #762 review

The people of Washington DC are having dangerous hallucinations. Crazed by visions, individuals are attacking others, driving moving vehicles into crowds and more. The only people preventing complete chaos is Wonder Woman… and Max Lord? The heroine’s former enemy has been using his mental ‘push’ power to make victims stop seeing the lies they’re being […]

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Wonder Woman #759 review

It’s a big day for Wonder Woman as, aided by her Amazon sisters, she moves into a brownstone in Washington DC. She quickly meets the neighbours. Emma takes Diana to IKEA, sorry, FURN, where Superheroine No1 is rightly unimpressed by the retail proposition. In the car park – who knew our star could drive? – […]

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Wonder Woman Annual #3 review

Twelve years ago Wonder Woman rescued a young girl after her parents were killed in a terrorist incident on American soil. She placed the child with retiring agents of the security organisation Argus, and kept in touch. Five years ago, young Helen, now a valued agent of Argus herself, is on a mission to Gorilla […]

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Wonder Woman #73 review

Once upon a time, the future Wonder Woman and her mother, Queen Hippolyta, found themselves in a strange land where another monarch wished to teach them a harsh lesson. If the blonde Empress seems familiar, that’s because she’s also Hippolyta – a duplicate born in a dark mirror dimension created by the original, brunette Amazon […]

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Suicide Squad Annual #1 review

The Suicide Squad are off in Atlantis, dealing with events that worry the US government. Unfortunately, crises don’t always come in ones, and back at Belle Reve, a prisoner named Cadence Laramie wakes in the medical facility. She shared a cell, but not in the conventional sense. She escapes, leaving a pile of bodies in […]

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