The Gods separated Themyscira from the world for a good reason: it serves as the prison for the God of War, and the most powerful army ever created stands guard around him! So what happens when the greatest evil in the universe decides he wants that army for himself?The power of the ancient gods has returned Darkseid to his former self, but he wants more--he wants the throne...
|Title||:||Wonder Woman, Volume 7: Amazons Attacked|
|Number of Pages||:||192 pages|
Wonder Woman, Volume 7: Amazons Attacked Reviews
Wonder Woman is now in mourning and Darkseid is still going on his shenanigans and overall being a jerk after he killed and absorbed the energies of the paternal side of her family (does that mean she's kind of sort of related to Darkseid now?)
Hey at least her brother is on her side now, there's always a plus, right?
First, we get a condensed down version of Silver Swan's origin (which George Perez did much better). Giving Silver Swan's blood the power to erase computers is REALLY dumb. Then Steve Trevor calls Diana "Angel" a gazillion times. That felt like it may have been the main plot point over Darkseid's return. His plan felt very small in scope and more than a little beneath him. James Robinson used to be one of my favorite writers back in his Starman and Leave It to Chance days but his writing now see ...more
I liked the art, and I liked the first issue of the Silver Swan story. The rest devolves into silliness pretty fast. There's plenty of that in the Darkseid story, too. But I think the biggest issue with this book is how it seems like it's much more focused on Steve Trevor (largely him trailing behind Diana and calling her Angel nearly every sentence, which is getting creepy) and Diana's newly created twin. Not only are these characters less engaging for me, combined they're taking up more page t ...more
I'm officially tired of Wonder Woman. In Amazons Attacked (such a dumb name), we see the origin story of Silver Swan, see WW battle Darkseid alongside her lame brother, Jason, and we see Steve Trevor call WW "angel" about ten million times. None of it is strictly bad (the art might even qualify as good), but none of it is particularly interesting. For example, Silver Swan's power set is basically "whatever you can think of because nanites," which does not exactly explain why she's a swan or why ...more