Comic Review: Wonder Woman: Come Back to Me #4 (DC Comics)

Wonder Woman Come Back To Me issue #4 continues Wonder Woman’s bizarre adventures in the jungle. Originally printed in 12-page chapters in the WalMart 100 Page Giants, this series collects […]

Wonder Woman Come Back To Me issue #4 continues Wonder Woman’s bizarre adventures in the jungle. Originally printed in 12-page chapters in the WalMart 100 Page Giants, this series collects two of those chapters per issue.

It’s co-written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner, with Chad Hardin and Tom Derenick on art and Alex Sinclair and Jeremiah Skipper on colours. Amanda Conner does double duty on this issue, illustrating the cover, with Sinclair on colours there too.

If you’ve been following along on this adventure from the beginning, you’ll enjoy the developments in this issue. Wonder Woman and her crew, including Jonah Hex (yay!!) and Princess Sibella, have been arrested, for their own ‘protection’. But Wonder Woman has cause to believe that they are all just pawns in someone’s game, and she is bound and determined to find out more. Minding her delicate alliance with Cheetah, Wonder Woman rises to the occasion!

I need to mention that the art and colouring in this book is stellar. It’s detailed, but not in an exhaustive ‘everyone’s eyelashes in 4K glamour’ way. The faces and expressions, poses and machinery, all greatly rendered. Honestly, what a beautiful book to read!

DC, Wonder Woman Come Back To Me #4, $4.99 for 24 pages of content. Teen

Alan Spinney

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After a career of graphic design, art direction and copywriting, I still have a passion for words and pictures. I love it when a comic book comes together; the story is tight, and the drawings lead me forward. Art with words... the toughest storytelling technique to get right. Was this comic book worth your money? Let's see!!