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I wasn't really a reader of wonder woman comics. I saw WW for the first time with this book. It seemed as a new set of stories with the character being revamped. And more importantly this was represented by author Michael J. Straczynski, who happened to become my favorite after reading Superman: Earth One. I really liked his way of writing both as he presents the character freshly and surprisingly includes all the intricate details associated with it. At least with Superman, every significant as...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
It pains me to give anything by the great JMS anything below a perfect 5-star rating, but at least I can say two of these stars are solely because of him. Not that this is his best writing (and it would be unfair to judge everything the man does by the best work of television of all time, Babylon 5), for a fair amount of the dialogue is stilted, obvious, and unnecessary. The moments of humor, such as the gum scene with the Oracle, are tepid at best - there is too much wandering about for us to f...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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