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Posted by carnivalofsins00

i really liked  this issue. i wanted to really get into Wonder Woman, and since #600 its been kinda alright, but this issue really picked up.

Posted by BK-77-7

I like Wonder Woman!  One of the Coolest Characters in DC I think!

Posted by ateygheyev

I'm actually glad the issue didn't spend too much time in the underworld.  To go that whole route seems a little tired to me (maybe I've been playing too much God of War and reading the new Wolverine).  Just a glimpse was good enough to arouse interest.
 
Definitely the best issue so far in this re-imagined WonderWoman.   The set up for the next issue has me wanting to continue this run.  And I was on the edge of dropping it, too.  Overall, I'd rate this 4.

Posted by tonis

you know I think that new costume is actually starting to grow on me a little. 
Hard for her not to look good no matter what the fashion.

Posted by SUPER-MAN 23

I never really understood this concept, "Underworld" in the Wonder Woman series. Is that like calling "underworld" another name for "hell"? Or is it just two different things?

Posted by cbishop

Very cool that they're exploring the mythological connections again.

Edited by Decept-O
@tonis:
I agree with that one.  My only problem is the jacket.  
 
Forgot to add, seems like MJS may not be doing so well with Superman's "Walk Across America" at least he's handling Wonder Woman better.  Heading out to my LCBS so I hope to find some Wondie issues.
Posted by No_Name_

Works in the forums now.

Edited by MrGutts

Are some of these vids pre recorded ahead of time, or does Babs love wearing the wife beater tank tops?

Posted by Rafa Lee

I'm following W W since #600 i like her better without the jaket... but they should not use pencilers so diferent from each other!

Posted by DMC

so you think the scene with Cerberus shows that she's not mortal? I figured that scene was used to quickly display her ability to communicate and tame beasts, though she is still not aware of it yet.

Posted by RYU/BATMAN

Huh? Wonder Woman made it to issue 603? I didn't know her series was that consistent.

Posted by ForbushBug
@MrGutts said:
" Are some of these vids pre recorded ahead of time, or does Babs love wearing the wife beater tank tops? "
She's just making sure everyone gets an invite to the gun show.
Posted by Dark Walker
@RYU/BATMAN said:
" Huh? Wonder Woman made it to issue 603? I didn't know her series was that consistent. "
Her series has been rebooted but in total it was realized that she would be reaching 600 if her original series continued, so it was decided to renumber her current series at 600 once it reached it.  Put her back in the big leagues with Batman and Superman. 
 
I enjoyed this issue, good to see that things are moving along with the story,  I was afraid it would drag on too long before we got some more insite into what is going on.  I just wish we'd get something in the other books as to what has happened to Wonder Woman.  I mean we still have Donna Troy and Wonder Girl so...yeah
Posted by Mr_Wayne69

The issue almost seemed pointless. Good rating though for what it was.
Edited by Kreature
@SUPER-MAN 23: The Underworld is more like Limbo. The Greek hell is called Tartarus and the closest thing to heaven would be  the Elysian Fields( final resting place of the souls of the heroic and the virtuous)
Posted by No_Name_
@DMC said:
" so you think the scene with Cerberus shows that she's not mortal? I figured that scene was used to quickly display her ability to communicate and tame beasts, though she is still not aware of it yet. "
That's true too. The reason I didn't think that at the time was because Cerberus isn't *really* a dog- at least I didn't think he was a regular dog. But you could be right, what the heck do I know! :)
Posted by ComiCCloseup

It was good but not what I was wanting out of this issue.  It moved slower than the preious two or well at some points and sometimes it felt like it was stalling

Posted by GT-Man

nice
Posted by Dr. Detfink

I would give this issue a 2.5...it's a little better...but seems pretty obvious to me who the baddie is.

Posted by Mumbles

mjs not getting the best reviews from his superman and wonderwomen runs

Posted by MaskedAvenger

Cerberus is a hellhound it is all so the guard dog for hades although its usually shackled it also prevents the dead escaping and the living from entering  he has a drafon or a serpent for a tail and head of snakes all over his back greek mthology 101    
Posted by Grimoire

I liked the answers given to some questions presented in the few issues before this like you mentioned. The fact they addressed her more than human qualities like seeing supernatural creatures others don't see and that Cerberus had no problem with her were interesting like the reboot to her life had its limits.

Posted by Eyz

Still interested in buying this as a trade, down the line~

Posted by WW-Fan

i think its awesome! i cant wait for more!! :-D
Posted by RedRyan
@Mr_Wayne69 said:
"The issue almost seemed pointless. Good rating though for what it was. "

Agreed. The only thing we learn is that lucifer has left Hades, not much for a full issue. I've enjoyed the JMS run so far but he really needs to pick up the pace.
Posted by Captain Koala

Didn't enjoy this one so much, really wanted to though.

Posted by Wandrecanada

As a person who knows a little about Greek myth I can say that yes you're right that Cerberus the three headed guard dog of Hades will only allow Gods to leave the realm of the dead or someone with the permission of Hades.
 
Also Hades is not "hell" as it is a much older construct but it houses both the Elysian Fields where the heroes and generally good people reside, and the area where the torments happen exist in a different place.