Comic Review: Wonder Woman #6 (DC Comics)

For me, Wonder Woman has been one of the breakout series of the rebirth line. It’s interesting, back-and-forth style of flashback storytelling is unique to this book and is like […]

For me, Wonder Woman has been one of the breakout series of the rebirth line.

It’s interesting, back-and-forth style of flashback storytelling is unique to this book and is like nothing I’ve read before. Utilizing two different artists that rotate every other issue  tell a story that takes place in the past and in current time is both a bold choice and an interesting style.

Issue 6  takes place in the past as wonder woman first comes to America. As would be expected, this leads to some interesting culture shock that lands Wonder Woman in jail.  The story is full of heart and is endearing well also showing the strength and innocence of a young Wonder Woman.  Nichola Scott’s art beautifully captures a young Diana’s wonder and awe as she comes into a strange new world.

Overall I give this issue a four out of five stars

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