hyperion322's Wonder Woman #32 - Rise of the Olympian, Part 7: Compound Fracture review

This Issue Has It All!

Action! Drama! Intrigue! Incredible art! WONDER WOMAN #32 has it all and turns out to be a twenty-two page battle between Princess Diana of Themyscira and her twisted future corpse brought to life, Genocide! The Amazing Amazon finally retrieves her golden lasso from her foe with gruesome effect, but not before the creature forces Diana to reveal her true feelings for her fiance, Nemesis of the Department of Metahuman Affairs. Trust me, it's not what you think!  Meanwhile the true architect of the last several issues of destruction and death, Ares the God of War and Ruler of the Underworld, continues to plot against the Amazons, the Olympians, and his father, Zeus. The intesity of the "Rise of the Olympian" storyline continues to rise and bring new excitement to readers. The only small qualm as of now is that there are still too many unanswered questions left. Hopefully the conclusion won't be pulled down by an endless list of resolutions.

~ Hype

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    The penultimate issue to the story arc of the Rise of the Olympian delivers.  It is an issue focused around action, so much so that they have glossed over how it was that Diana found Genocide in the first place to exact her revenge.  There are a lot of really well scripted moments in here, as the plot is linked pretty closely to the the action.  The choice Diana has to make about Tom, and the revelation shortly afterwards are well handled and the creature seems to be the most perfect antithesis ...

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