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Wonder Woman #56 Review

Written by James Tynion IV Art by Emanuela Lupacchino Inks by Ray McCarthy Colors by Romulo Fajardo Jr. If you have not read Wonder Woman And Justice League...

Wonder Woman And Justice League Dark: The Witching Hour #1

Written by James Tynion IV Art by Jesus Merino Colors by Romulo Fajardo Jr. The first chapter of the 5 part weekly series has arrived and it...

The Brave and The Bold: Batman and Wonder Woman #3

The Brave and The Bold: Batman and Wonder Woman #3 Matt Granberry Writer: Liam Sharp Artist: Liam Sharp Colors: Romulo Fajardo Jr Batman has joined Diana in Tir Na...

Wonder Woman #44 Review

Written by James Robinson Art by Emanuela Lupacchino Inks and Colors by James McCarthy and Romulo Fajardo Jr. Here we are, deep into the Amazons Attacked arc,...

Wonder Woman #43 Review

Written by James Robinson Art by Marco Santucci Colors by Romulo Fajardo Jr. If you like action in your comic book storytelling, then you’ve come to the...

Justice League #41 Review

Script: Priest Art: Philippe Briones Colors: Jeromy Cox Spoilers ahead! First things first, if you think Red Lion looks rather familiar in this issue, you aren’t alone in...

Wonder Woman #42 Review

Written by James Robinson Art by Jesus Merino Colors by Romulo Fallardo Jr. Okay, we're back on track after being subjected to the awful clip show issue...

Wonder Woman #40 Review

If you picked up Part 1 and 2 of "Swan Song", then you must grab Part 3. It's just as good as the previous two parts and is even better considering the villain cameo we get, not to mention what happens to Jason at the very end of the issue.

Batman #40 Review

As always the art is simply beautiful and worth a read for fans, but I'm not sold on the two episodes featuring Diana. This is a bit of a miss for me as a reader.

Wonder Woman #39 Review

This issue provides a lot of clues about Darkseid and Grail's plans while further developing the tension between Diana and Jason. While the story chops and changes a little abruptly, the magnificent art does not miss a beat.

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