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Wonder Woman, Vol. 1: Blood (2012)

by Brian Azzarello(Favorite Author)
3.86 of 5 Votes: 2
1401235638 (ISBN13: 9781401235635)
DC Comics
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review 1: This is my first time diving into the world of Wonder Woman. I have zero knowledge of previous stories or her origin story, which is why I started with this volume.I love greek mythology so when I heard that Wonder Woman has a place in it I couldn't help but read this. Overall, thoroughly enjoyed this story as well as Diana. She was just as badass as I thought she would be. I loved the artwork, however I think about issue 5 there was a change in artist or something because I enjoyed the art more in the previous issues. From experience I think this is a great place to start if you've never read Wonder Woman (like I haven't). Everything is easy to understand with a very interesting story arc.
review 2: Yet another New 52! title: Wonder Woman. Volume 1: Blood, tel
... morels the story of Dianna called upon to protect a pregnant girl. The woman does not know that she is pregnant nor that the father is Zeus, until she is alerted by Hermes and thrown into Dianna’s arms. The use of Greek gods is actually quite interesting, and in personifying them, Azzarello makes them into compelling characters who are both who we already know and still surprising. The story is plot driven, and reveals exposition and characterization through action and dialogue, without wasting excessive amounts of time on backstory, as some of the first volumes of New 52! series do. An entertaining and promising title, already full of surprises. less
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It's edgy and brutal, but not enough Wonder in it to be memorable.
Well, that was fun! Different WW mythology.
This book was ..... /yawning .......
great start to new series
But the character design
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