Wonder Woman #21, #22, and #23 Comic Book Reviews

Comic book reviews for Wonder Woman #21, Wonder Woman #22, and Wonder Woman #23 by Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang
Average rating: 1.3/5 stars

Wonder Woman #21 Wonder Woman #22 Wonder Woman #23

Erica gives this comic two starsWonder Woman #21 by Brian Azzarello
Art: Cliff Chiang

In this issue of Wonder Woman, it’s all we’ve seen before. They’re once again on the run from a powerful god (this time the First Born) and Lennox has sacrificed himself to the death (again).

Yawn.

Erica gives this comic one star.Wonder Woman #22 by Brian Azzarello
Art: Cliff Chiang

What exactly was the point of that little trip to New Genesis? Except that Wonder Woman needed to be healed, and we apparently needed to know just how angst ridden Orion is. And give the First Born time to set London on fire and install himself as king.

Erica gives this comic one star.Wonder Woman #23 by Brian Azzarello
Art: Cliff Chiang

What? Did Diana just become the War God so Azzarello could write more fight scenes? Or make an excuse for Diana seemingly liking to fight and probably going to start liking killing? I rather hate how much her story has become about men. She’s Zeus’ daughter, under the tutelage of War and now his replacement, and spends all her time protecting Zeke.

Except when she goes off with Hades to bury War and leaves Zola and Zeke behind.

Don’t even get me started on how dumb the First Born is. I tried to explain this plot to my boyfriend this morning and he was like “wft.”

See what’s happening yourself with Wonder Woman and buy Wonder Woman Vol. 4: War.

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