- Publisher: DC Comics (2016)
- ASIN: B01LXGF9UC
- Package Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 1 inches
- Average Customer Review: 6 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,399,053 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Wonder Woman 75th Anniversary Special #1 Comic Book Comics – 2016
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I absolutely love this issue. The short stories are so well done, just a few pages are enough to have your emotions swelling into tears.
Greatly recommended. I got the ebook version and a physical copy so that I can enjoy it and also lend it to people.
Wonder Woman 75th Anniversary Special #1
Writers: Rafael Scavone, Rafael Albuquerque; Brenden Fletcher, Karl Kerschl; Mairghread Scott; Greg Rucka; Fabio Moon; Marguerite Bennett; Renae de Liz; Jill Thompson; Hope Larson; Gail Simone
Artists: Rafael Albuquerque; Karl Kerschl; Riley Rossmo; Liam Sharp; Fabio Moon; Marguerite Sauvage; Renae de Liz; Jill Thompson; Ramon Bachs; Colleen Doran
This is the comic book of the week. No, this is the comic book of the month...heck I might even go as far as say that this might be the comic book of the year. This is an 80 paged homage to the greatest female super hero (and one of the greatest heroes period) in the history of comic books. From her Golden Age version where she took out Nazis like a badass, to the Post-Crisis Wonder Woman that stood for the rights of humans and animals, and to the most recent reincarnation of Wonder Woman by Greg Rucka/ Liam Sharp, this book covers the history of Wonder Woman and is a collection of short stories, pinups, and articles written and illustrated by today's major writers and artists. There are some gorgeous pieces of pinup drawn by prominent artists all over the book.
Some of my favorite segments were when Wonder Woman took on a platoon of Nazis and a German tank to rescue French resistance fighters (quite possibly to whet our appetites for the upcoming live action Wonder Woman movie); when she tries to save her fellow Amazonian sisters from the clutches of a carnivorous monster with tentacles and calls it a b**; when Diana fights the Human Tank in an Ikea-like store as they carve a path through the tortuous halls of the furniture store; and when Lois Lane interviews Diana for her newspaper magazine regarding her most recent adventure battling Urzkartaga and helping Cheetah change back into her human form. This book truly explores who Wonder Woman was (and is), what she stands for, and what she means to people as a symbol of justice and hope. If you're a Wonder Woman this book is for you and if you're wondering who Wonder Woman is, I would recommend that this is a perfect issue to start from. The issue is a little pricier than the regular DC comics with a $7.99 price tag, but it's worth every penny as this is a great tribute to one of the greatest fictional characters ever created in history.