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Thwip!'s Retro Tuesday - Batwoman - Elegy

Batwoman’s first major foray in the DC universe was a gorgeous journey of establishing who is the angriest, but most competent of the Bat-family (she is, trust me). 334 more words

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Preview: Wonder Woman #11

Wonder Woman #11

(W) Greg Rucka (A/CA) Liam Sharp
In Shops: Nov 23, 2016
SRP: $2.99

“THE LIES” part six! In the conclusion to this epic tale, the lie is revealed as Wonder Woman returns to Themyscira in the company of Steve Trevor to find that nothing has changed-and everything is wrong. 32 more words

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Wonder Woman #11 Review: "The Lies" Are Sort Of Exposed?

I’m a day late with this Wonder Woman review; I was on the road all day yesterday and didn’t get a chance to read the book until today. 1,002 more words

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Wonder Woman #11 Preview: Etta Candy's On The Case!

When we last left Wonder Woman in “The Lies” she’d returned to Themyscira and found the Hippolyta and Amazons of the New 52 era rather than the ones we’ve been seeing lately in “Year One.” It was a surprising reveal, and one that had been a long time coming. 313 more words

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Preview: Wonder Woman #10

Wonder Woman #10

Written by: Greg Rucka
Art by: Nicola Scott
Cover by: Nicola Scott
Variant cover by: Jenny Frison

“YEAR ONE” part five! The world is finally introduced to the Wonder Woman, and adversaries—both ancient and new—take note. 41 more words

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Wonder Woman #10 Review: The Heroine We Need When the World is Dark and Full of Terrors

The world is a much more troubling place than it was yesterday. I was looking forward to reviewing the new Wonder Woman comic the day after Hillary Clinton became the first female president in American history; it would have been joyous. 947 more words

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