This comic really shows us what's so good about both Wonder Woman and Superman. Each month, Charles Soule combines character depth and action within the same issue. He keeps the story balanced with plenty of opportunity to see another side to both characters while also bringing situations that allow them to show how majestic they can be with their powers and abilities.
As Superman and Wonder Woman had a little disagreement in the last issue, Superman has found himself alone facing Zod, who has just freed Faora from the Phantom Zone. At the same time, Diana takes a trip to Themyscira to reflect on recent events.
These two situations allow Tony Daniel to really flex his artistic muscles. You can probably imagine what it must be like to see Diana on the shores of Paradise Island. We get a calm and serene moment as well as Superman fighting two Kryptonians. Tomeu Morey's colors adds another layer to the art, really making it shine.
I sometimes fall behind on the Superman or Wonder Woman comics but this really is the best of both worlds. This is a series I make sure I read the day it's released. And Wonder Woman gets to kick some butt.
Charles Soule and Tony Daniel continue to make this a blast. I just can't complain when I can dive into this series and immerse myself into the story.
I can still remember when people questioned the validity and need for this series. Each month Charles Soule shows us the different facets to these two great characters. Tony Daniel's art and Tomeu Morey's colors here really do shine. Whether it's Wonder Woman thinking things over on Paradise Island or Superman trying to fight off both Zod and Faora, this issue will grab hold of your interest and smack you in the most loving way possible. Find out who these characters really are and how much action they're capable of.