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• A terrible betrayal forces Wonder Woman to make a deal with the gods who want her dead!

• Ares, god of war, takes a sudden interest in the Amazing Amazon!

Story by Brian Azzarello
Art by Tony Akins & Dan Green
Colors by Matthew Wilson
Letters by Jared K. Fletcher
Cover by Cliff Chiang

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.4%
Avg Rating: 4.2
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  1. Diana, you might wanna cover your mouth and thighs as well…

  2. It looks kinda painful, but also very beautiful!

  3. Gorgeous cover. The fill-in artists have been okay and have maintained a consistency. WW is my second-favorite title of the New 52 (first is Batman Inc).

  4. I think Tony Akins’ work is every bit as strong as Cliff Chiang’s. Love it. Love this title so much. Great work on all fronts.

  5. This may be my least favorite issue of the new series. Too many talking heads with not enough forward momentum. This is the first time I’m rating any issue of this series less than 4 stars.

  6. Another strong issue from Azarrello and the art wasn’t too bad either. Similar to Chiang’s stuff, probably not quite as good. It struck a really good balance of being definitely not just a rip of of Cliff’s work, but was similar enough to maintain a good level of visual consistency.

  7. Big week for WW, she was all over the place

  8. A beautiful cover marred by that stupid banner. I wish someone at DC had the good taste to make an occasional exception on these things.

  9. Banners suck.
    the “we can be heroes” banner was ok cuz it was for charity. but this is horrible. another case of pandering to the wrong group.

  10. The intro to this issue was great!

  11. There were some terrible panels in this issue. This book really suffers without Chaing, it goes from a five star book to a two or a three.

  12. Akins work has been solid but some pages this month looked a little bit off Unfortunately, especially the final page. Still a great book though.

  13. “Sin of the Father” gathers Zeus’ most reknown children for the first time in the new continuity. Azzarello is doing a fantastic job defining distinctive personalities for each of the gods. Visually, the trophy goes to colorist Matthew Wilson; his palette is another one of those things that makes this book unique.

    Please check my mini-review of Wonder Woman #13 here:

    Comments and feedback are always welcome!

  14. This book is so damn awesome. Of all the New 52 books I’m still reading Wonder Woman stands as my favorite. The New Gods being brought into the story will probably make me like it even more. I agree this isn’t Tony Akins’ best issue but the art is still solid and didn’t detract from my enjoyment at all.

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