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In a near-death vision, Diana experiences the power of Dr. Psycho! But is he foe or friend?

Wonder Woman’s intensely trippy story continues as hints of her “normal” reality continue popping up in unexpected ways. Don’t miss this issue’s revelations!

Art and cover by DON KRAMER & JAY LEISTEN
Variant cover by ALEX GARNER

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  1. This might be a make or break issue for me. We’ll see.

  2. I’ve had fun with this series since 600 but its only really clicked in the last few issues.

  3. @Minion  I like it too but it’s been a little awkward. Good not great for me I’d say.

  4. @Minion – Agree completely.

  5. I am dubious. Dreamscapes are very hard to write in an effective manner. More often than not they are heavy handed and boring. I’d rather just see the exterior as Dr. Psycho manipulates WW. We will see.

  6. Just read 601-608 Sunday night. It was interesting, but once Hester came on, the dialog got a lot better.  I’ll be staying on for the ride.

  7. I LOVE seeing all the different WW!!!  I’m curious to see what happens after this arc is over.  I’ve heard that there is a creative team in place for after this arc, but not who it is.  

    Anybody know? 

  8. @zattaric  I’m dying to know! No announcement has been made that I know.

  9. I know that Kramer is off the book at the end of this run.  It’s a shame.  I have really liked his art work.  It has been very good, especially considering that he drew some of the issues in as little as 2 weeks because the scripts were so late.  The delays have not been his fault. <cough>JMS!!</cough> 

  10. @ctrosejr  I like Kramer’s art also, but he didn’t even do that many FULL issues.  I think he had a couple at the beginning, but after that it was a collective of artists.  I didn’t really enjoy that.  If you’re going to do the title then do it!

  11. @zattaric:  Normally, I would agree with you.  But, in this case, he did not have a script, making impossible to create pages.  Hard to blame him there.  Bringing on additional artists was a matter of trying to get the book out in a reasonable amount of time.  Considering WW ties into JL:GL and Flashpoint, I don’t think DC could allow for further delays.  It was likely taken out of Kramer’s hands, much like staying on the book.

  12. Really glad I jumped on at 600. This has been a lot of fun, if a little disjointed at times. To find myself actually looking forward to a WW issue is a wonderful thing.

  13. Oh my! This was a good issue! A lot of thematic payoff!

  14. I absolutely loved this issue. Now I want to go find more Dr. Psycho. Is he in anything good?

  15. Very nice… I’ve almost stopped reading this a few times, but I think I’m all aboard for the rest of this one 🙂

  16. @Minion  He was utilized brilliantly in Manhunter (Kate Spencer).

  17. This was damn good. This story is pretty wacky, but it’s really starting to gel for me. I love me some Psycho, and that sequence where he reveals himself to Diana was wonderfully orchestrated. The fact that he’s trying to “wake up” Diana just to be close to her again was both heartwrenching and endearing. What an adorable little psychopath. The end of this issue in particular was truly exciting. Lookin forward to the next one.

    @Minion: He was a big part of Villains United back during Infinite Crisis. And if I recall correctly, I think Simone’s used him in Secret Six, but I may be wrong about that.  

  18. @WheelHands  I love villains that love their enemy so much it’s creepy. Like Psycho in this issue of Hector Hammond in GL. So scary and gross…

  19. Don’t know why I liked this, but i did…

  20. @ntn1015  You like it because it’s awesome!

  21. @ctrosejr  Fair enough.

  22. Surprisingly resonant. Another chapter in what is shaping up to be a classic storyline.

  23. @Minion Rucka used him well during his run on Wonder Woman.

  24. Surpirsingly good. I think Hester may be getting out from under the JMS shadow. That transition period was fairly damn iffy for me.

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