DC RETROACTIVE WONDER WOMAN THE 70S #1

From legendary scribe Dennis O’Neil comes an untold adventure starring DC’s Amazon Princess in her “white costume” phase! When Paradise Island is in danger, Wonder Woman must complete three tasks to save her homeland from destruction. But are these tasks too difficult even for her?

Plus: Following the 26-page lead story is a classic tale originally published in the ’70s, also written by Dennis O’Neil!

Written by DENNIS O'NEIL
Art by J. BONE
Cover by J. BONE and CARRIE STRACHAN

Price: $4.99
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mgriffith07/31/11NoRead Review
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  1. done and done!!

  2. Intresting concept. J. Bone’s art is the big seller on this one.

  3. 2 Wonder Woman comics in the same week, Yay!!!
    (This & the Flashpoint tie-in) 

  4. WW is looking good lately and a little retro sounds like fun..

    Just sayin…

    K

     

  5. @mrfrost  I flipped through it and the art did nothing for me.

  6. @kennyg  Opposite for me. Loved the art and the type of paper but the price is what turned me off.

    How good was this folks? Anyone up to write a review?

  7. @JNewcomb   I thought the type of paper was an interesting choice, to make it more like books from that era. But I agree with you about the price. Sheesh, I realize it was oversized, but $5.00? For that kind of paper? Ouch.

  8. @JNewcomb  It was blooming awful. I’ve reviewed it elsewhere so won’t double up here, but have a wee Google. You’ll certainly find a few opinions from various folk!

  9. Horrid.

  10. This had all the elements of something I should love, but I was deeply disappointed. I’m a big fan of the kitschy camp of WW’s mod 70s Diana Prince phase, and I really like Bone’s illustration style. I feel like the fun of this comic was sucked out by an overwhelming attempt to create “versimilitude”, but what we wound up getting was more quotation marks than loving replication. There was so much fun that could have been had with this idea, but DC missed the mark completely. Not worth the five bucks. Fun cover, though.

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