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• Wonder Woman was certain there was one person in her life she could trust—but she thought wrong!

Story by Brian Azzarello
Art by Goran Sudzuka & Cliff Chiang
Colors by Matthew Wilson
Letters by Jared K. Fletcher
Cover by Cliff Chiang

Price: $2.99
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CaseyJustice05/15/13NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 4.3
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  1. I just went DC Digital for the dollar drop after a month, so I can’t read this for 30 MORE DAYS!!!! AHHHHHHH!!!!!!

  2. Cliff Chiang is back! Wheee!:)

  3. Evil babies are cool, and this book has been a blast.

  4. The art on this book was solid for the first year, but it’s been a real hodgepodge lately. This is the fourth issue in a row to have multiple artists. Why have we seen so little of Cliff Chiang lately? Sudzuka is great. I wish they’d have him draw an issue from beginning to end. All this jumping from artist #1 to artist #2, then back to artist #1 takes me out of the story. DC seems to be doing this a lot lately (Batman Inc, I’m looking at you).

    • At least the plug in artists on Wonder Woman seem to retain Chiang’s tone, unlike the atrocities we saw on Swamp Thing.

    • Brad is right. Multiple artists on a book is a huge peeve of mine, but I can hardly tell where Chang ends and Sudzuka begins.

  5. Who’s the one person she thought she could trust? Zola? Steve? All the mistrust and backstabbing is one of my favorite components of this run. It’s like Game of Thrones with Greek gods.

    Judging by the cover, it looks like whoever had the theory of the baby being Zeus may have been right. Either that or she’s holding him up in front of one of those static electricity light signs from the 90’s. Or he’s a Borg.

    Probably the Zeus thing though.

  6. Loving Wondie these days!!!

  7. This was a good, solid issue

    Anyone else thinking Azzerello should switch gears a little bit though?

  8. Action packed! The only problem with this issue was that it was over too soon! Great, great book.

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