Comic book reviews for Wonder Woman #608, Wonder Woman #609, and Wonder Woman #610 by J. Michael Straczynski and Phil Hester
Average rating: 2.6/5
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Wonder Girl #1 by J.T. Krul
I don’t think that Melo is a good artist choice for a book about a woman who’s under 25-years-old. Yes, Cassie’s not a child, but Melo just doesn’t draw her like a young woman. The art left me more cold to the book than it should’ve.
The story itself was only okay. I can understand why Helena Sandsmark is not thrilled that her daughter is a superhero. And I know that Zeus is infamous in legend for disguising his true nature in order to get laid and produce offspring, but Helena does have some blame in Cassie having powers. While Cassie does choose to use her powers and be a hero, she does not have a choice in her genetics.
Yeah, not all mothers and daughters get along, but I couldn’t help but feel that Cassie and Helena’s relationship strain was a little exaggerated. Continue reading “Wonder Girl #1 Comic Book Review”