Scott Snyder is an acquired taste. He seeks to write as in a sub-textually meaningful way as Geoff Johns and Alan Moore with the cosmic scale of Grant Morrison, but more often than not just about missing the mark in
This is a weird book. I really wanted to like this book. Wonder Woman, I find, has had an….interesting…. history in DC Comics. Unlike Batman and Superman, there have only been a handful of iconic stories from her entire bibliography.
I must admit with all the buzz around Matt Wagner’s Trinity when I was younger I expected something a little more along the lines of a reflection upon the relationship between DC’s big three. It is by no means a
While I normally find Grant Morrison‘s work thoroughly thought-provoking and compelling (and often migraine inducing), the three volumes of Wonder Woman: Earth One proved a much more of a slog to get through, ironically enough. That is not to say
The notoriously divisive Batman v Superman suffered a great disadvantage when it was released in the form it did in mainstream theaters; not that the ultimate cut was perfect, but some glaring plot holes were smoothed over far better in
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Most of DC’s headliners are all about duality. Many accuse them of being unrelatable – which I completely disagree with. Wonder Woman is a massively underrated character; of all characters of DC’s pantheon, I identify with her chiefly because she