- Comic: 56 pages
- Publisher: DC Comics (June 30, 2010)
- Language: English
- ASIN: B003TY7XKE
- Average Customer Review: 7 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,741,904 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Wonder Woman #600 Comics – June 30, 2010
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Written by J. MICHAEL STRACZYNSKI, GEOFF JOHNS, GAIL SIMONE & others # Art by GEORGE PÉREZ, PHIL JIMENEZ, JOE MADUREIRA & others Cover by GEORGE PÉREZ 1:25 "DC 75th Anniversary" variant cover by ADAM HUGHES # 1:75 "DC 75th Anniversary" variant black and white cover by ADAM HUGHES You're invited to the gala celebration featuring WONDER WOMAN talent from the past and present to commemorate this landmark issue! Renumbered to reflect Wonder Woman's starring role in 600 issues, this book features the industry's top talent - including Geoff Johns, Phil Jimenez, George Pérez, Gail Simone, Joe Madureira and more! Plus, readers won't want to miss a chance to check out the exciting, all-new direction for the Wonder Woman universe as new ongoing writer J. Michael Straczynski (SUPERMAN, BRAVE AND THE BOLD, Amazing Spider-Man) provides a story of his own!
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What you get in this volume: Amazing art and retrospective stories from a host of Wonder Woman writers and artists, who are, in their own way, saying goodbye to the Amazon Princess we think we knew, and hello to the future of the comic. As much as I was DEAD set against the new costume, it does look beautiful... The editors and executives pointed out that there was a LOT of history and baggage that comes with Wonder Woman, that has often made the creation of the comic... difficult... And it was pointed out that someone like Wonder Woman, a heroine of her caliber, should NOT be languishing in a lower place of the sales rankings... So as with many comics over the years, they made the decision to shake things up. And they did so in the only way they could... By weaving all that had come before, with all that was to come... Mingling the two, if you will... And done so, of course, by that dastardly and oft used comic tactic of an alteration or change to the timeline...
But all you need to know for this volume is that the art is beautiful, and the stories are as well... And the set up into what comes next is just perfection... I LOVE Wonder Woman as I knew her... And I always LOVED the star spangled panties and the bustier, and NOT just because I'm a guy who loves a beautiful woman. It just FIT the character. It was who she was! It was tied up in her identity! But there in was most of the problems. And the bottom line is this... If you tell a story good enough, no matter how much it changes what you love... Then like any good story, it draws you in. And this edition is the setup for the coming story line, and a beautiful look back all at the same time...
Collect them now while they're still cheap folk... (I am, right here on Amazon as money allows.) This story is being done well, and it's working. And these babies will be worth something one day. You mark my words. The Wonder Woman we know and love isn't gone. Not at all. She's just evolving, like all great women do when faced with challenges. And they are right... Wonder Woman deserves to be a top selling book again... And I think these folks are gonna get her there.
Thanks for your time everyone. And if you were a WW fan, but were calling this mess heresy, please don't... It's a good story. Give it a chance, I don't think you'll be disappointed.
Each of the short stories put in these books are all very entertaining and light fun. The art is very nice for all of them. (George Perez being the first and best one) that show the impact Wonder Woman has on the DC Universe without sounding cliche and like they are trying too hard.
But what I was mostly surprised about was how much I liked the very brief sample of Wonder Woman fighting in her new costume was like. While I will say that I don't actually like the design of the outfit (And the fact that she lamely stamps a W onto her enemies heads) I will say that the art and writing is very nicely done and I might actually pick up the trade of this story. (Although I would still pick it up, if they dropped her outfit which I think they will)