Wonder Woman, Volume 7: Amazons Attacked

Wonder Woman, Volume 7: Amazons Attacked

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 thro The Gods separated Themyscira from the world for a good reason: it serves as the prison for the God of War, and the m...

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Title:Wonder Woman, Volume 7: Amazons Attacked
Author:James Robinson
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1401285341
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:192 pages pages

Wonder Woman, Volume 7: Amazons Attacked Reviews

  • Kat
    Aug 25, 2018

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

    Pure comic book dreck with the added detriment of Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters. Why do writers continue to use the Female Furies and, god help us, the Deep Six? ...

    Wow, what a mess. Ok, here we go: This volume is flashback city. We get flashbacks to things we have already seen. We get flashbacks of enemies that Diana fought that would make a MUCH better story than what we are given. We get a whole issue that is mostly flashbacks. All of th...

    3.5/5 Stars. ...

    [Read as single issues] Wonder Woman?s compassion comes back to haunt her when a victim of a vicious attack has her love for Diana twisted into hate, and the Silver Swan flies again! Then, Grail and Darkseid make their move on Themyscira, and only Diana and Jason can stop them fro...

    Good vs. evil. James Robinson writes a standard epic adventure that sees Wonder Woman take on one of her old foes for the first time in DC Rebirth and conclude the battle against Darkseid. There wasn't a whole lot to chew on in these issues and honestly I think that was a good. This wa...

    I love that they brought back Silver Swan!!! ...

    I loved the first story in this one, but worried about a little too much reliance on the brother/Steve in the others. ...

    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 eve...

    Basic plot: First, we got an origin story for the new version of Silver Swan. Then, Diana and her brother get to know each other better and continue their conflict with Darkseid and his plans. The art is this arc was good. I really enjoyed the visuals. The story itself had some inte...

  • Robert
    Jan 14, 2019

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

  • Zoe
    Feb 07, 2019

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

    Pure comic book dreck with the added detriment of Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters. Why do writers continue to use the Female Furies and, god help us, the Deep Six? ...

    Wow, what a mess. Ok, here we go: This volume is flashback city. We get flashbacks to things we have already seen. We get flashbacks of enemies that Diana fought that would make a MUCH better story than what we are given. We get a whole issue that is mostly flashbacks. All of th...

    3.5/5 Stars. ...

    [Read as single issues] Wonder Woman?s compassion comes back to haunt her when a victim of a vicious attack has her love for Diana twisted into hate, and the Silver Swan flies again! Then, Grail and Darkseid make their move on Themyscira, and only Diana and Jason can stop them fro...

    Good vs. evil. James Robinson writes a standard epic adventure that sees Wonder Woman take on one of her old foes for the first time in DC Rebirth and conclude the battle against Darkseid. There wasn't a whole lot to chew on in these issues and honestly I think that was a good. This wa...

    I love that they brought back Silver Swan!!! ...

    I loved the first story in this one, but worried about a little too much reliance on the brother/Steve in the others. ...

    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 eve...

    Basic plot: First, we got an origin story for the new version of Silver Swan. Then, Diana and her brother get to know each other better and continue their conflict with Darkseid and his plans. The art is this arc was good. I really enjoyed the visuals. The story itself had some inte...

    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...

    This Volume started so great and then dragged a bit in the middle, but the story is well written and far reaching, continuing directly after the Gods died in order to bring Darkseid back to life. Before getting into the bulk of the Volume, we get an interlude that raises an interestin...

    Another fairly mediocre offering from Robinson. The first part of the collection is a standard revenge story featuring Silver Swan; it's fairly well-written but doesn't do anything particularly interesting with the characters and involves quite a high body count for no particular reaso...

    For whatever reason my local library (at least for now) didn't have volume six. However, once I just accepted the story James Robinson was trying to tell, everything about it rang true. Robinson is a great writer but when it comes to the DC Universe the old school Golden Age tends to ...

    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 ...

    It?s always a crapshoot with James Robinson, isn?t it? You never know which one you?re going to get. Unfortunately, we got the bad one in this collection. I don?t know what the Silver Swan?s origin was pre-Rebirth, but this one was dumb as hell. ?My friend is too busy to co...

    This volume contains two narrative arcs: first, Wonder Woman's introduction to the Silver Swan, and second, a continuation to her battle with Darkseid. Given the brevity of each arc, they are not as fully-developed as I would have liked to see, feeling rather rushed and somewhat frustr...

    ssssssigh, this was a book i read just so i could keep up with the series and character. jason is so awfully boring, and i got so tired of the non-diana nonsense going on. i like the darkseid arc, i like how ~love~ saved the day, i like the ending. just didn't like the ride, it wasn't ...

    James Robinson continues his uninspired run on WW. We have a recycling of Silver Swan's origin, the New 52's boringly generic Darkseid and Jason, WW's even more boring brother. And serious, Steve and his crew holding off the Female Furies? Not likely. If Wonder Woman weren't a brand n...

    The big confrontation with Darkseid didn't do much for me. If I had a dime for every time Darkseid or another bad guy said "last time you had the whole Justice League how can you defeat me alone?" to Wonder Woman, well I wouldn't exactly be rich, but I'd have some pocket change. ...

    Overall I enjoyed the plot and characters. And I feel like despite hints of more to come that this volume really tied off some items. I kind of like the concept of Diana needing to mentor a brother. ...

    To be completely honest, I'm entertained and the art is good, but this isn't great. I'm not invested! The issues haven't been getting better, or even stagnated at the "good" level, and I mostly continue reading them because I decided I wanted to read all the available Wonder Women issu...

    Sigh. Well, I enjoyed the twin brother story line, and I was a bit disappointed by how it was handled. Plus the ?oh no Darkseid is looking for Paradise Island? was wrapped up too fast. At bit meh, despite the writers and artists working in it ...

    The plotting continues to be good, and the bonus cover art amazing. My only complaint with this story arc was Darkseid's speech bubbles - done in virtually impossible to read red on black. Read this in a well lit room! ...

  • Daniel Butcher
    Feb 06, 2019

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

    Pure comic book dreck with the added detriment of Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters. Why do writers continue to use the Female Furies and, god help us, the Deep Six? ...

    Wow, what a mess. Ok, here we go: This volume is flashback city. We get flashbacks to things we have already seen. We get flashbacks of enemies that Diana fought that would make a MUCH better story than what we are given. We get a whole issue that is mostly flashbacks. All of th...

    3.5/5 Stars. ...

    [Read as single issues] Wonder Woman?s compassion comes back to haunt her when a victim of a vicious attack has her love for Diana twisted into hate, and the Silver Swan flies again! Then, Grail and Darkseid make their move on Themyscira, and only Diana and Jason can stop them fro...

    Good vs. evil. James Robinson writes a standard epic adventure that sees Wonder Woman take on one of her old foes for the first time in DC Rebirth and conclude the battle against Darkseid. There wasn't a whole lot to chew on in these issues and honestly I think that was a good. This wa...

    I love that they brought back Silver Swan!!! ...

    I loved the first story in this one, but worried about a little too much reliance on the brother/Steve in the others. ...

    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 eve...

    Basic plot: First, we got an origin story for the new version of Silver Swan. Then, Diana and her brother get to know each other better and continue their conflict with Darkseid and his plans. The art is this arc was good. I really enjoyed the visuals. The story itself had some inte...

    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...

    This Volume started so great and then dragged a bit in the middle, but the story is well written and far reaching, continuing directly after the Gods died in order to bring Darkseid back to life. Before getting into the bulk of the Volume, we get an interlude that raises an interestin...

    Another fairly mediocre offering from Robinson. The first part of the collection is a standard revenge story featuring Silver Swan; it's fairly well-written but doesn't do anything particularly interesting with the characters and involves quite a high body count for no particular reaso...

    For whatever reason my local library (at least for now) didn't have volume six. However, once I just accepted the story James Robinson was trying to tell, everything about it rang true. Robinson is a great writer but when it comes to the DC Universe the old school Golden Age tends to ...

    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 ...

    It?s always a crapshoot with James Robinson, isn?t it? You never know which one you?re going to get. Unfortunately, we got the bad one in this collection. I don?t know what the Silver Swan?s origin was pre-Rebirth, but this one was dumb as hell. ?My friend is too busy to co...

    This volume contains two narrative arcs: first, Wonder Woman's introduction to the Silver Swan, and second, a continuation to her battle with Darkseid. Given the brevity of each arc, they are not as fully-developed as I would have liked to see, feeling rather rushed and somewhat frustr...

    ssssssigh, this was a book i read just so i could keep up with the series and character. jason is so awfully boring, and i got so tired of the non-diana nonsense going on. i like the darkseid arc, i like how ~love~ saved the day, i like the ending. just didn't like the ride, it wasn't ...

    James Robinson continues his uninspired run on WW. We have a recycling of Silver Swan's origin, the New 52's boringly generic Darkseid and Jason, WW's even more boring brother. And serious, Steve and his crew holding off the Female Furies? Not likely. If Wonder Woman weren't a brand n...

    The big confrontation with Darkseid didn't do much for me. If I had a dime for every time Darkseid or another bad guy said "last time you had the whole Justice League how can you defeat me alone?" to Wonder Woman, well I wouldn't exactly be rich, but I'd have some pocket change. ...

    Overall I enjoyed the plot and characters. And I feel like despite hints of more to come that this volume really tied off some items. I kind of like the concept of Diana needing to mentor a brother. ...

  • Dakota Morgan
    Jan 18, 2019

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

    Pure comic book dreck with the added detriment of Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters. Why do writers continue to use the Female Furies and, god help us, the Deep Six? ...

    Wow, what a mess. Ok, here we go: This volume is flashback city. We get flashbacks to things we have already seen. We get flashbacks of enemies that Diana fought that would make a MUCH better story than what we are given. We get a whole issue that is mostly flashbacks. All of th...

    3.5/5 Stars. ...

    [Read as single issues] Wonder Woman?s compassion comes back to haunt her when a victim of a vicious attack has her love for Diana twisted into hate, and the Silver Swan flies again! Then, Grail and Darkseid make their move on Themyscira, and only Diana and Jason can stop them fro...

    Good vs. evil. James Robinson writes a standard epic adventure that sees Wonder Woman take on one of her old foes for the first time in DC Rebirth and conclude the battle against Darkseid. There wasn't a whole lot to chew on in these issues and honestly I think that was a good. This wa...

    I love that they brought back Silver Swan!!! ...

    I loved the first story in this one, but worried about a little too much reliance on the brother/Steve in the others. ...

    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 eve...

  • Sesana
    Jan 17, 2019

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

    Pure comic book dreck with the added detriment of Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters. Why do writers continue to use the Female Furies and, god help us, the Deep Six? ...

    Wow, what a mess. Ok, here we go: This volume is flashback city. We get flashbacks to things we have already seen. We get flashbacks of enemies that Diana fought that would make a MUCH better story than what we are given. We get a whole issue that is mostly flashbacks. All of th...

    3.5/5 Stars. ...

    [Read as single issues] Wonder Woman?s compassion comes back to haunt her when a victim of a vicious attack has her love for Diana twisted into hate, and the Silver Swan flies again! Then, Grail and Darkseid make their move on Themyscira, and only Diana and Jason can stop them fro...

    Good vs. evil. James Robinson writes a standard epic adventure that sees Wonder Woman take on one of her old foes for the first time in DC Rebirth and conclude the battle against Darkseid. There wasn't a whole lot to chew on in these issues and honestly I think that was a good. This wa...

    I love that they brought back Silver Swan!!! ...

    I loved the first story in this one, but worried about a little too much reliance on the brother/Steve in the others. ...

    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 eve...

    Basic plot: First, we got an origin story for the new version of Silver Swan. Then, Diana and her brother get to know each other better and continue their conflict with Darkseid and his plans. The art is this arc was good. I really enjoyed the visuals. The story itself had some inte...

    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...

    This Volume started so great and then dragged a bit in the middle, but the story is well written and far reaching, continuing directly after the Gods died in order to bring Darkseid back to life. Before getting into the bulk of the Volume, we get an interlude that raises an interestin...

    Another fairly mediocre offering from Robinson. The first part of the collection is a standard revenge story featuring Silver Swan; it's fairly well-written but doesn't do anything particularly interesting with the characters and involves quite a high body count for no particular reaso...

    For whatever reason my local library (at least for now) didn't have volume six. However, once I just accepted the story James Robinson was trying to tell, everything about it rang true. Robinson is a great writer but when it comes to the DC Universe the old school Golden Age tends to ...

    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 ...

  • Will Robinson Jr.
    Aug 23, 2018

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

    Pure comic book dreck with the added detriment of Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters. Why do writers continue to use the Female Furies and, god help us, the Deep Six? ...

    Wow, what a mess. Ok, here we go: This volume is flashback city. We get flashbacks to things we have already seen. We get flashbacks of enemies that Diana fought that would make a MUCH better story than what we are given. We get a whole issue that is mostly flashbacks. All of th...

    3.5/5 Stars. ...

    [Read as single issues] Wonder Woman?s compassion comes back to haunt her when a victim of a vicious attack has her love for Diana twisted into hate, and the Silver Swan flies again! Then, Grail and Darkseid make their move on Themyscira, and only Diana and Jason can stop them fro...

    Good vs. evil. James Robinson writes a standard epic adventure that sees Wonder Woman take on one of her old foes for the first time in DC Rebirth and conclude the battle against Darkseid. There wasn't a whole lot to chew on in these issues and honestly I think that was a good. This wa...

  • Chris Lemmerman
    Oct 26, 2018

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

    Pure comic book dreck with the added detriment of Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters. Why do writers continue to use the Female Furies and, god help us, the Deep Six? ...

    Wow, what a mess. Ok, here we go: This volume is flashback city. We get flashbacks to things we have already seen. We get flashbacks of enemies that Diana fought that would make a MUCH better story than what we are given. We get a whole issue that is mostly flashbacks. All of th...

    3.5/5 Stars. ...

    [Read as single issues] Wonder Woman?s compassion comes back to haunt her when a victim of a vicious attack has her love for Diana twisted into hate, and the Silver Swan flies again! Then, Grail and Darkseid make their move on Themyscira, and only Diana and Jason can stop them fro...

  • Lukas Holmes
    Feb 03, 2019

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

    Pure comic book dreck with the added detriment of Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters. Why do writers continue to use the Female Furies and, god help us, the Deep Six? ...

    Wow, what a mess. Ok, here we go: This volume is flashback city. We get flashbacks to things we have already seen. We get flashbacks of enemies that Diana fought that would make a MUCH better story than what we are given. We get a whole issue that is mostly flashbacks. All of th...

    3.5/5 Stars. ...

    [Read as single issues] Wonder Woman?s compassion comes back to haunt her when a victim of a vicious attack has her love for Diana twisted into hate, and the Silver Swan flies again! Then, Grail and Darkseid make their move on Themyscira, and only Diana and Jason can stop them fro...

    Good vs. evil. James Robinson writes a standard epic adventure that sees Wonder Woman take on one of her old foes for the first time in DC Rebirth and conclude the battle against Darkseid. There wasn't a whole lot to chew on in these issues and honestly I think that was a good. This wa...

    I love that they brought back Silver Swan!!! ...

    I loved the first story in this one, but worried about a little too much reliance on the brother/Steve in the others. ...

  • Adan
    Jun 19, 2019

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

    Pure comic book dreck with the added detriment of Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters. Why do writers continue to use the Female Furies and, god help us, the Deep Six? ...

    Wow, what a mess. Ok, here we go: This volume is flashback city. We get flashbacks to things we have already seen. We get flashbacks of enemies that Diana fought that would make a MUCH better story than what we are given. We get a whole issue that is mostly flashbacks. All of th...

    3.5/5 Stars. ...

    [Read as single issues] Wonder Woman?s compassion comes back to haunt her when a victim of a vicious attack has her love for Diana twisted into hate, and the Silver Swan flies again! Then, Grail and Darkseid make their move on Themyscira, and only Diana and Jason can stop them fro...

    Good vs. evil. James Robinson writes a standard epic adventure that sees Wonder Woman take on one of her old foes for the first time in DC Rebirth and conclude the battle against Darkseid. There wasn't a whole lot to chew on in these issues and honestly I think that was a good. This wa...

    I love that they brought back Silver Swan!!! ...

    I loved the first story in this one, but worried about a little too much reliance on the brother/Steve in the others. ...

    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 eve...

    Basic plot: First, we got an origin story for the new version of Silver Swan. Then, Diana and her brother get to know each other better and continue their conflict with Darkseid and his plans. The art is this arc was good. I really enjoyed the visuals. The story itself had some inte...

    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...

    This Volume started so great and then dragged a bit in the middle, but the story is well written and far reaching, continuing directly after the Gods died in order to bring Darkseid back to life. Before getting into the bulk of the Volume, we get an interlude that raises an interestin...

    Another fairly mediocre offering from Robinson. The first part of the collection is a standard revenge story featuring Silver Swan; it's fairly well-written but doesn't do anything particularly interesting with the characters and involves quite a high body count for no particular reaso...

    For whatever reason my local library (at least for now) didn't have volume six. However, once I just accepted the story James Robinson was trying to tell, everything about it rang true. Robinson is a great writer but when it comes to the DC Universe the old school Golden Age tends to ...

    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 ...

    It?s always a crapshoot with James Robinson, isn?t it? You never know which one you?re going to get. Unfortunately, we got the bad one in this collection. I don?t know what the Silver Swan?s origin was pre-Rebirth, but this one was dumb as hell. ?My friend is too busy to co...

  • Jess
    Mar 17, 2019

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

    Pure comic book dreck with the added detriment of Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters. Why do writers continue to use the Female Furies and, god help us, the Deep Six? ...

    Wow, what a mess. Ok, here we go: This volume is flashback city. We get flashbacks to things we have already seen. We get flashbacks of enemies that Diana fought that would make a MUCH better story than what we are given. We get a whole issue that is mostly flashbacks. All of th...

    3.5/5 Stars. ...

    [Read as single issues] Wonder Woman?s compassion comes back to haunt her when a victim of a vicious attack has her love for Diana twisted into hate, and the Silver Swan flies again! Then, Grail and Darkseid make their move on Themyscira, and only Diana and Jason can stop them fro...

    Good vs. evil. James Robinson writes a standard epic adventure that sees Wonder Woman take on one of her old foes for the first time in DC Rebirth and conclude the battle against Darkseid. There wasn't a whole lot to chew on in these issues and honestly I think that was a good. This wa...

    I love that they brought back Silver Swan!!! ...

    I loved the first story in this one, but worried about a little too much reliance on the brother/Steve in the others. ...

    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 eve...

    Basic plot: First, we got an origin story for the new version of Silver Swan. Then, Diana and her brother get to know each other better and continue their conflict with Darkseid and his plans. The art is this arc was good. I really enjoyed the visuals. The story itself had some inte...

    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...

    This Volume started so great and then dragged a bit in the middle, but the story is well written and far reaching, continuing directly after the Gods died in order to bring Darkseid back to life. Before getting into the bulk of the Volume, we get an interlude that raises an interestin...

    Another fairly mediocre offering from Robinson. The first part of the collection is a standard revenge story featuring Silver Swan; it's fairly well-written but doesn't do anything particularly interesting with the characters and involves quite a high body count for no particular reaso...

    For whatever reason my local library (at least for now) didn't have volume six. However, once I just accepted the story James Robinson was trying to tell, everything about it rang true. Robinson is a great writer but when it comes to the DC Universe the old school Golden Age tends to ...

  • Jamie Revell
    Jun 19, 2019

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

    Pure comic book dreck with the added detriment of Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters. Why do writers continue to use the Female Furies and, god help us, the Deep Six? ...

    Wow, what a mess. Ok, here we go: This volume is flashback city. We get flashbacks to things we have already seen. We get flashbacks of enemies that Diana fought that would make a MUCH better story than what we are given. We get a whole issue that is mostly flashbacks. All of th...

    3.5/5 Stars. ...

    [Read as single issues] Wonder Woman?s compassion comes back to haunt her when a victim of a vicious attack has her love for Diana twisted into hate, and the Silver Swan flies again! Then, Grail and Darkseid make their move on Themyscira, and only Diana and Jason can stop them fro...

    Good vs. evil. James Robinson writes a standard epic adventure that sees Wonder Woman take on one of her old foes for the first time in DC Rebirth and conclude the battle against Darkseid. There wasn't a whole lot to chew on in these issues and honestly I think that was a good. This wa...

    I love that they brought back Silver Swan!!! ...

    I loved the first story in this one, but worried about a little too much reliance on the brother/Steve in the others. ...

    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 eve...

    Basic plot: First, we got an origin story for the new version of Silver Swan. Then, Diana and her brother get to know each other better and continue their conflict with Darkseid and his plans. The art is this arc was good. I really enjoyed the visuals. The story itself had some inte...

    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...

    This Volume started so great and then dragged a bit in the middle, but the story is well written and far reaching, continuing directly after the Gods died in order to bring Darkseid back to life. Before getting into the bulk of the Volume, we get an interlude that raises an interestin...

    Another fairly mediocre offering from Robinson. The first part of the collection is a standard revenge story featuring Silver Swan; it's fairly well-written but doesn't do anything particularly interesting with the characters and involves quite a high body count for no particular reaso...

  • Jim
    Apr 08, 2019

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

    Pure comic book dreck with the added detriment of Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters. Why do writers continue to use the Female Furies and, god help us, the Deep Six? ...

    Wow, what a mess. Ok, here we go: This volume is flashback city. We get flashbacks to things we have already seen. We get flashbacks of enemies that Diana fought that would make a MUCH better story than what we are given. We get a whole issue that is mostly flashbacks. All of th...

    3.5/5 Stars. ...

    [Read as single issues] Wonder Woman?s compassion comes back to haunt her when a victim of a vicious attack has her love for Diana twisted into hate, and the Silver Swan flies again! Then, Grail and Darkseid make their move on Themyscira, and only Diana and Jason can stop them fro...

    Good vs. evil. James Robinson writes a standard epic adventure that sees Wonder Woman take on one of her old foes for the first time in DC Rebirth and conclude the battle against Darkseid. There wasn't a whole lot to chew on in these issues and honestly I think that was a good. This wa...

    I love that they brought back Silver Swan!!! ...

  • Adam Fisher
    Apr 25, 2019

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

    Pure comic book dreck with the added detriment of Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters. Why do writers continue to use the Female Furies and, god help us, the Deep Six? ...

    Wow, what a mess. Ok, here we go: This volume is flashback city. We get flashbacks to things we have already seen. We get flashbacks of enemies that Diana fought that would make a MUCH better story than what we are given. We get a whole issue that is mostly flashbacks. All of th...

    3.5/5 Stars. ...

    [Read as single issues] Wonder Woman?s compassion comes back to haunt her when a victim of a vicious attack has her love for Diana twisted into hate, and the Silver Swan flies again! Then, Grail and Darkseid make their move on Themyscira, and only Diana and Jason can stop them fro...

    Good vs. evil. James Robinson writes a standard epic adventure that sees Wonder Woman take on one of her old foes for the first time in DC Rebirth and conclude the battle against Darkseid. There wasn't a whole lot to chew on in these issues and honestly I think that was a good. This wa...

    I love that they brought back Silver Swan!!! ...

    I loved the first story in this one, but worried about a little too much reliance on the brother/Steve in the others. ...

    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 eve...

    Basic plot: First, we got an origin story for the new version of Silver Swan. Then, Diana and her brother get to know each other better and continue their conflict with Darkseid and his plans. The art is this arc was good. I really enjoyed the visuals. The story itself had some inte...

    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...

    This Volume started so great and then dragged a bit in the middle, but the story is well written and far reaching, continuing directly after the Gods died in order to bring Darkseid back to life. Before getting into the bulk of the Volume, we get an interlude that raises an interestin...

  • James DeSantis
    Jun 03, 2019

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

  • Fraser Sherman
    Mar 10, 2019

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

    Pure comic book dreck with the added detriment of Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters. Why do writers continue to use the Female Furies and, god help us, the Deep Six? ...

    Wow, what a mess. Ok, here we go: This volume is flashback city. We get flashbacks to things we have already seen. We get flashbacks of enemies that Diana fought that would make a MUCH better story than what we are given. We get a whole issue that is mostly flashbacks. All of th...

    3.5/5 Stars. ...

    [Read as single issues] Wonder Woman?s compassion comes back to haunt her when a victim of a vicious attack has her love for Diana twisted into hate, and the Silver Swan flies again! Then, Grail and Darkseid make their move on Themyscira, and only Diana and Jason can stop them fro...

    Good vs. evil. James Robinson writes a standard epic adventure that sees Wonder Woman take on one of her old foes for the first time in DC Rebirth and conclude the battle against Darkseid. There wasn't a whole lot to chew on in these issues and honestly I think that was a good. This wa...

    I love that they brought back Silver Swan!!! ...

    I loved the first story in this one, but worried about a little too much reliance on the brother/Steve in the others. ...

    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 eve...

    Basic plot: First, we got an origin story for the new version of Silver Swan. Then, Diana and her brother get to know each other better and continue their conflict with Darkseid and his plans. The art is this arc was good. I really enjoyed the visuals. The story itself had some inte...

    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...

    This Volume started so great and then dragged a bit in the middle, but the story is well written and far reaching, continuing directly after the Gods died in order to bring Darkseid back to life. Before getting into the bulk of the Volume, we get an interlude that raises an interestin...

    Another fairly mediocre offering from Robinson. The first part of the collection is a standard revenge story featuring Silver Swan; it's fairly well-written but doesn't do anything particularly interesting with the characters and involves quite a high body count for no particular reaso...

    For whatever reason my local library (at least for now) didn't have volume six. However, once I just accepted the story James Robinson was trying to tell, everything about it rang true. Robinson is a great writer but when it comes to the DC Universe the old school Golden Age tends to ...

    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 ...

    It?s always a crapshoot with James Robinson, isn?t it? You never know which one you?re going to get. Unfortunately, we got the bad one in this collection. I don?t know what the Silver Swan?s origin was pre-Rebirth, but this one was dumb as hell. ?My friend is too busy to co...

    This volume contains two narrative arcs: first, Wonder Woman's introduction to the Silver Swan, and second, a continuation to her battle with Darkseid. Given the brevity of each arc, they are not as fully-developed as I would have liked to see, feeling rather rushed and somewhat frustr...

    ssssssigh, this was a book i read just so i could keep up with the series and character. jason is so awfully boring, and i got so tired of the non-diana nonsense going on. i like the darkseid arc, i like how ~love~ saved the day, i like the ending. just didn't like the ride, it wasn't ...

    James Robinson continues his uninspired run on WW. We have a recycling of Silver Swan's origin, the New 52's boringly generic Darkseid and Jason, WW's even more boring brother. And serious, Steve and his crew holding off the Female Furies? Not likely. If Wonder Woman weren't a brand n...

  • Imogene
    Nov 11, 2018

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

    Pure comic book dreck with the added detriment of Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters. Why do writers continue to use the Female Furies and, god help us, the Deep Six? ...

    Wow, what a mess. Ok, here we go: This volume is flashback city. We get flashbacks to things we have already seen. We get flashbacks of enemies that Diana fought that would make a MUCH better story than what we are given. We get a whole issue that is mostly flashbacks. All of th...

    3.5/5 Stars. ...

    [Read as single issues] Wonder Woman?s compassion comes back to haunt her when a victim of a vicious attack has her love for Diana twisted into hate, and the Silver Swan flies again! Then, Grail and Darkseid make their move on Themyscira, and only Diana and Jason can stop them fro...

    Good vs. evil. James Robinson writes a standard epic adventure that sees Wonder Woman take on one of her old foes for the first time in DC Rebirth and conclude the battle against Darkseid. There wasn't a whole lot to chew on in these issues and honestly I think that was a good. This wa...

    I love that they brought back Silver Swan!!! ...

    I loved the first story in this one, but worried about a little too much reliance on the brother/Steve in the others. ...

    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 eve...

    Basic plot: First, we got an origin story for the new version of Silver Swan. Then, Diana and her brother get to know each other better and continue their conflict with Darkseid and his plans. The art is this arc was good. I really enjoyed the visuals. The story itself had some inte...

    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...

    This Volume started so great and then dragged a bit in the middle, but the story is well written and far reaching, continuing directly after the Gods died in order to bring Darkseid back to life. Before getting into the bulk of the Volume, we get an interlude that raises an interestin...

    Another fairly mediocre offering from Robinson. The first part of the collection is a standard revenge story featuring Silver Swan; it's fairly well-written but doesn't do anything particularly interesting with the characters and involves quite a high body count for no particular reaso...

    For whatever reason my local library (at least for now) didn't have volume six. However, once I just accepted the story James Robinson was trying to tell, everything about it rang true. Robinson is a great writer but when it comes to the DC Universe the old school Golden Age tends to ...

    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 ...

    It?s always a crapshoot with James Robinson, isn?t it? You never know which one you?re going to get. Unfortunately, we got the bad one in this collection. I don?t know what the Silver Swan?s origin was pre-Rebirth, but this one was dumb as hell. ?My friend is too busy to co...

    This volume contains two narrative arcs: first, Wonder Woman's introduction to the Silver Swan, and second, a continuation to her battle with Darkseid. Given the brevity of each arc, they are not as fully-developed as I would have liked to see, feeling rather rushed and somewhat frustr...

    ssssssigh, this was a book i read just so i could keep up with the series and character. jason is so awfully boring, and i got so tired of the non-diana nonsense going on. i like the darkseid arc, i like how ~love~ saved the day, i like the ending. just didn't like the ride, it wasn't ...

    James Robinson continues his uninspired run on WW. We have a recycling of Silver Swan's origin, the New 52's boringly generic Darkseid and Jason, WW's even more boring brother. And serious, Steve and his crew holding off the Female Furies? Not likely. If Wonder Woman weren't a brand n...

    The big confrontation with Darkseid didn't do much for me. If I had a dime for every time Darkseid or another bad guy said "last time you had the whole Justice League how can you defeat me alone?" to Wonder Woman, well I wouldn't exactly be rich, but I'd have some pocket change. ...

    Overall I enjoyed the plot and characters. And I feel like despite hints of more to come that this volume really tied off some items. I kind of like the concept of Diana needing to mentor a brother. ...

    To be completely honest, I'm entertained and the art is good, but this isn't great. I'm not invested! The issues haven't been getting better, or even stagnated at the "good" level, and I mostly continue reading them because I decided I wanted to read all the available Wonder Women issu...

    Sigh. Well, I enjoyed the twin brother story line, and I was a bit disappointed by how it was handled. Plus the ?oh no Darkseid is looking for Paradise Island? was wrapped up too fast. At bit meh, despite the writers and artists working in it ...

  • Iris Nevers
    Jul 20, 2018

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

    Pure comic book dreck with the added detriment of Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters. Why do writers continue to use the Female Furies and, god help us, the Deep Six? ...

    Wow, what a mess. Ok, here we go: This volume is flashback city. We get flashbacks to things we have already seen. We get flashbacks of enemies that Diana fought that would make a MUCH better story than what we are given. We get a whole issue that is mostly flashbacks. All of th...

    3.5/5 Stars. ...

    [Read as single issues] Wonder Woman?s compassion comes back to haunt her when a victim of a vicious attack has her love for Diana twisted into hate, and the Silver Swan flies again! Then, Grail and Darkseid make their move on Themyscira, and only Diana and Jason can stop them fro...

    Good vs. evil. James Robinson writes a standard epic adventure that sees Wonder Woman take on one of her old foes for the first time in DC Rebirth and conclude the battle against Darkseid. There wasn't a whole lot to chew on in these issues and honestly I think that was a good. This wa...

    I love that they brought back Silver Swan!!! ...

    I loved the first story in this one, but worried about a little too much reliance on the brother/Steve in the others. ...

    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 eve...

    Basic plot: First, we got an origin story for the new version of Silver Swan. Then, Diana and her brother get to know each other better and continue their conflict with Darkseid and his plans. The art is this arc was good. I really enjoyed the visuals. The story itself had some inte...

    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...

  • Erica McGillivray
    Jun 23, 2019

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

    Pure comic book dreck with the added detriment of Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters. Why do writers continue to use the Female Furies and, god help us, the Deep Six? ...

    Wow, what a mess. Ok, here we go: This volume is flashback city. We get flashbacks to things we have already seen. We get flashbacks of enemies that Diana fought that would make a MUCH better story than what we are given. We get a whole issue that is mostly flashbacks. All of th...

    3.5/5 Stars. ...

    [Read as single issues] Wonder Woman?s compassion comes back to haunt her when a victim of a vicious attack has her love for Diana twisted into hate, and the Silver Swan flies again! Then, Grail and Darkseid make their move on Themyscira, and only Diana and Jason can stop them fro...

    Good vs. evil. James Robinson writes a standard epic adventure that sees Wonder Woman take on one of her old foes for the first time in DC Rebirth and conclude the battle against Darkseid. There wasn't a whole lot to chew on in these issues and honestly I think that was a good. This wa...

    I love that they brought back Silver Swan!!! ...

    I loved the first story in this one, but worried about a little too much reliance on the brother/Steve in the others. ...

    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 eve...

    Basic plot: First, we got an origin story for the new version of Silver Swan. Then, Diana and her brother get to know each other better and continue their conflict with Darkseid and his plans. The art is this arc was good. I really enjoyed the visuals. The story itself had some inte...

    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...

    This Volume started so great and then dragged a bit in the middle, but the story is well written and far reaching, continuing directly after the Gods died in order to bring Darkseid back to life. Before getting into the bulk of the Volume, we get an interlude that raises an interestin...

    Another fairly mediocre offering from Robinson. The first part of the collection is a standard revenge story featuring Silver Swan; it's fairly well-written but doesn't do anything particularly interesting with the characters and involves quite a high body count for no particular reaso...

    For whatever reason my local library (at least for now) didn't have volume six. However, once I just accepted the story James Robinson was trying to tell, everything about it rang true. Robinson is a great writer but when it comes to the DC Universe the old school Golden Age tends to ...

    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 ...

    It?s always a crapshoot with James Robinson, isn?t it? You never know which one you?re going to get. Unfortunately, we got the bad one in this collection. I don?t know what the Silver Swan?s origin was pre-Rebirth, but this one was dumb as hell. ?My friend is too busy to co...

    This volume contains two narrative arcs: first, Wonder Woman's introduction to the Silver Swan, and second, a continuation to her battle with Darkseid. Given the brevity of each arc, they are not as fully-developed as I would have liked to see, feeling rather rushed and somewhat frustr...

    ssssssigh, this was a book i read just so i could keep up with the series and character. jason is so awfully boring, and i got so tired of the non-diana nonsense going on. i like the darkseid arc, i like how ~love~ saved the day, i like the ending. just didn't like the ride, it wasn't ...

    James Robinson continues his uninspired run on WW. We have a recycling of Silver Swan's origin, the New 52's boringly generic Darkseid and Jason, WW's even more boring brother. And serious, Steve and his crew holding off the Female Furies? Not likely. If Wonder Woman weren't a brand n...

    The big confrontation with Darkseid didn't do much for me. If I had a dime for every time Darkseid or another bad guy said "last time you had the whole Justice League how can you defeat me alone?" to Wonder Woman, well I wouldn't exactly be rich, but I'd have some pocket change. ...

    Overall I enjoyed the plot and characters. And I feel like despite hints of more to come that this volume really tied off some items. I kind of like the concept of Diana needing to mentor a brother. ...

    To be completely honest, I'm entertained and the art is good, but this isn't great. I'm not invested! The issues haven't been getting better, or even stagnated at the "good" level, and I mostly continue reading them because I decided I wanted to read all the available Wonder Women issu...

    Sigh. Well, I enjoyed the twin brother story line, and I was a bit disappointed by how it was handled. Plus the ?oh no Darkseid is looking for Paradise Island? was wrapped up too fast. At bit meh, despite the writers and artists working in it ...

    The plotting continues to be good, and the bonus cover art amazing. My only complaint with this story arc was Darkseid's speech bubbles - done in virtually impossible to read red on black. Read this in a well lit room! ...

    Garbage fire. Robinson's plots are so thin, and even his beloved Jason barely has any characterization. Don't get me started on how he cannot reconcile Diana and Steve being a couple. ...

  • Rod Brown
    Mar 02, 2019

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

    Pure comic book dreck with the added detriment of Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters. Why do writers continue to use the Female Furies and, god help us, the Deep Six? ...

  • Chad
    Jan 15, 2019

    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...

  • Wing Kee
    Jun 12, 2018

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

  • Hana
    Apr 25, 2019

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

    Pure comic book dreck with the added detriment of Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters. Why do writers continue to use the Female Furies and, god help us, the Deep Six? ...

    Wow, what a mess. Ok, here we go: This volume is flashback city. We get flashbacks to things we have already seen. We get flashbacks of enemies that Diana fought that would make a MUCH better story than what we are given. We get a whole issue that is mostly flashbacks. All of th...

    3.5/5 Stars. ...

    [Read as single issues] Wonder Woman?s compassion comes back to haunt her when a victim of a vicious attack has her love for Diana twisted into hate, and the Silver Swan flies again! Then, Grail and Darkseid make their move on Themyscira, and only Diana and Jason can stop them fro...

    Good vs. evil. James Robinson writes a standard epic adventure that sees Wonder Woman take on one of her old foes for the first time in DC Rebirth and conclude the battle against Darkseid. There wasn't a whole lot to chew on in these issues and honestly I think that was a good. This wa...

    I love that they brought back Silver Swan!!! ...

    I loved the first story in this one, but worried about a little too much reliance on the brother/Steve in the others. ...

    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 eve...

    Basic plot: First, we got an origin story for the new version of Silver Swan. Then, Diana and her brother get to know each other better and continue their conflict with Darkseid and his plans. The art is this arc was good. I really enjoyed the visuals. The story itself had some inte...

    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...

    This Volume started so great and then dragged a bit in the middle, but the story is well written and far reaching, continuing directly after the Gods died in order to bring Darkseid back to life. Before getting into the bulk of the Volume, we get an interlude that raises an interestin...

    Another fairly mediocre offering from Robinson. The first part of the collection is a standard revenge story featuring Silver Swan; it's fairly well-written but doesn't do anything particularly interesting with the characters and involves quite a high body count for no particular reaso...

    For whatever reason my local library (at least for now) didn't have volume six. However, once I just accepted the story James Robinson was trying to tell, everything about it rang true. Robinson is a great writer but when it comes to the DC Universe the old school Golden Age tends to ...

    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 ...

    It?s always a crapshoot with James Robinson, isn?t it? You never know which one you?re going to get. Unfortunately, we got the bad one in this collection. I don?t know what the Silver Swan?s origin was pre-Rebirth, but this one was dumb as hell. ?My friend is too busy to co...

    This volume contains two narrative arcs: first, Wonder Woman's introduction to the Silver Swan, and second, a continuation to her battle with Darkseid. Given the brevity of each arc, they are not as fully-developed as I would have liked to see, feeling rather rushed and somewhat frustr...

  • Emmanuel Nevers
    May 11, 2019

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

    Pure comic book dreck with the added detriment of Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters. Why do writers continue to use the Female Furies and, god help us, the Deep Six? ...

    Wow, what a mess. Ok, here we go: This volume is flashback city. We get flashbacks to things we have already seen. We get flashbacks of enemies that Diana fought that would make a MUCH better story than what we are given. We get a whole issue that is mostly flashbacks. All of th...

    3.5/5 Stars. ...

    [Read as single issues] Wonder Woman?s compassion comes back to haunt her when a victim of a vicious attack has her love for Diana twisted into hate, and the Silver Swan flies again! Then, Grail and Darkseid make their move on Themyscira, and only Diana and Jason can stop them fro...

    Good vs. evil. James Robinson writes a standard epic adventure that sees Wonder Woman take on one of her old foes for the first time in DC Rebirth and conclude the battle against Darkseid. There wasn't a whole lot to chew on in these issues and honestly I think that was a good. This wa...

    I love that they brought back Silver Swan!!! ...

    I loved the first story in this one, but worried about a little too much reliance on the brother/Steve in the others. ...

    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 eve...

    Basic plot: First, we got an origin story for the new version of Silver Swan. Then, Diana and her brother get to know each other better and continue their conflict with Darkseid and his plans. The art is this arc was good. I really enjoyed the visuals. The story itself had some inte...

    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...

    This Volume started so great and then dragged a bit in the middle, but the story is well written and far reaching, continuing directly after the Gods died in order to bring Darkseid back to life. Before getting into the bulk of the Volume, we get an interlude that raises an interestin...

    Another fairly mediocre offering from Robinson. The first part of the collection is a standard revenge story featuring Silver Swan; it's fairly well-written but doesn't do anything particularly interesting with the characters and involves quite a high body count for no particular reaso...

    For whatever reason my local library (at least for now) didn't have volume six. However, once I just accepted the story James Robinson was trying to tell, everything about it rang true. Robinson is a great writer but when it comes to the DC Universe the old school Golden Age tends to ...

    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 ...

    It?s always a crapshoot with James Robinson, isn?t it? You never know which one you?re going to get. Unfortunately, we got the bad one in this collection. I don?t know what the Silver Swan?s origin was pre-Rebirth, but this one was dumb as hell. ?My friend is too busy to co...

    This volume contains two narrative arcs: first, Wonder Woman's introduction to the Silver Swan, and second, a continuation to her battle with Darkseid. Given the brevity of each arc, they are not as fully-developed as I would have liked to see, feeling rather rushed and somewhat frustr...

    ssssssigh, this was a book i read just so i could keep up with the series and character. jason is so awfully boring, and i got so tired of the non-diana nonsense going on. i like the darkseid arc, i like how ~love~ saved the day, i like the ending. just didn't like the ride, it wasn't ...

    James Robinson continues his uninspired run on WW. We have a recycling of Silver Swan's origin, the New 52's boringly generic Darkseid and Jason, WW's even more boring brother. And serious, Steve and his crew holding off the Female Furies? Not likely. If Wonder Woman weren't a brand n...

    The big confrontation with Darkseid didn't do much for me. If I had a dime for every time Darkseid or another bad guy said "last time you had the whole Justice League how can you defeat me alone?" to Wonder Woman, well I wouldn't exactly be rich, but I'd have some pocket change. ...

    Overall I enjoyed the plot and characters. And I feel like despite hints of more to come that this volume really tied off some items. I kind of like the concept of Diana needing to mentor a brother. ...

    To be completely honest, I'm entertained and the art is good, but this isn't great. I'm not invested! The issues haven't been getting better, or even stagnated at the "good" level, and I mostly continue reading them because I decided I wanted to read all the available Wonder Women issu...

    Sigh. Well, I enjoyed the twin brother story line, and I was a bit disappointed by how it was handled. Plus the ?oh no Darkseid is looking for Paradise Island? was wrapped up too fast. At bit meh, despite the writers and artists working in it ...

    The plotting continues to be good, and the bonus cover art amazing. My only complaint with this story arc was Darkseid's speech bubbles - done in virtually impossible to read red on black. Read this in a well lit room! ...

    Garbage fire. Robinson's plots are so thin, and even his beloved Jason barely has any characterization. Don't get me started on how he cannot reconcile Diana and Steve being a couple. ...

    I really enjoyed James Robinson's take on silver swan also the dynamic between Diana and Jason is a fresh aspect of Wonder Woman I thought is really well done. ...

  • Andy Zell
    Mar 31, 2019

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

    Pure comic book dreck with the added detriment of Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters. Why do writers continue to use the Female Furies and, god help us, the Deep Six? ...

    Wow, what a mess. Ok, here we go: This volume is flashback city. We get flashbacks to things we have already seen. We get flashbacks of enemies that Diana fought that would make a MUCH better story than what we are given. We get a whole issue that is mostly flashbacks. All of th...

    3.5/5 Stars. ...

    [Read as single issues] Wonder Woman?s compassion comes back to haunt her when a victim of a vicious attack has her love for Diana twisted into hate, and the Silver Swan flies again! Then, Grail and Darkseid make their move on Themyscira, and only Diana and Jason can stop them fro...

    Good vs. evil. James Robinson writes a standard epic adventure that sees Wonder Woman take on one of her old foes for the first time in DC Rebirth and conclude the battle against Darkseid. There wasn't a whole lot to chew on in these issues and honestly I think that was a good. This wa...

    I love that they brought back Silver Swan!!! ...

    I loved the first story in this one, but worried about a little too much reliance on the brother/Steve in the others. ...

    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 eve...

    Basic plot: First, we got an origin story for the new version of Silver Swan. Then, Diana and her brother get to know each other better and continue their conflict with Darkseid and his plans. The art is this arc was good. I really enjoyed the visuals. The story itself had some inte...

    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...

    This Volume started so great and then dragged a bit in the middle, but the story is well written and far reaching, continuing directly after the Gods died in order to bring Darkseid back to life. Before getting into the bulk of the Volume, we get an interlude that raises an interestin...

    Another fairly mediocre offering from Robinson. The first part of the collection is a standard revenge story featuring Silver Swan; it's fairly well-written but doesn't do anything particularly interesting with the characters and involves quite a high body count for no particular reaso...

    For whatever reason my local library (at least for now) didn't have volume six. However, once I just accepted the story James Robinson was trying to tell, everything about it rang true. Robinson is a great writer but when it comes to the DC Universe the old school Golden Age tends to ...

    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 ...

    It?s always a crapshoot with James Robinson, isn?t it? You never know which one you?re going to get. Unfortunately, we got the bad one in this collection. I don?t know what the Silver Swan?s origin was pre-Rebirth, but this one was dumb as hell. ?My friend is too busy to co...

    This volume contains two narrative arcs: first, Wonder Woman's introduction to the Silver Swan, and second, a continuation to her battle with Darkseid. Given the brevity of each arc, they are not as fully-developed as I would have liked to see, feeling rather rushed and somewhat frustr...

    ssssssigh, this was a book i read just so i could keep up with the series and character. jason is so awfully boring, and i got so tired of the non-diana nonsense going on. i like the darkseid arc, i like how ~love~ saved the day, i like the ending. just didn't like the ride, it wasn't ...

    James Robinson continues his uninspired run on WW. We have a recycling of Silver Swan's origin, the New 52's boringly generic Darkseid and Jason, WW's even more boring brother. And serious, Steve and his crew holding off the Female Furies? Not likely. If Wonder Woman weren't a brand n...

    The big confrontation with Darkseid didn't do much for me. If I had a dime for every time Darkseid or another bad guy said "last time you had the whole Justice League how can you defeat me alone?" to Wonder Woman, well I wouldn't exactly be rich, but I'd have some pocket change. ...

  • ellis
    Feb 06, 2019

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

    Pure comic book dreck with the added detriment of Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters. Why do writers continue to use the Female Furies and, god help us, the Deep Six? ...

    Wow, what a mess. Ok, here we go: This volume is flashback city. We get flashbacks to things we have already seen. We get flashbacks of enemies that Diana fought that would make a MUCH better story than what we are given. We get a whole issue that is mostly flashbacks. All of th...

    3.5/5 Stars. ...

    [Read as single issues] Wonder Woman?s compassion comes back to haunt her when a victim of a vicious attack has her love for Diana twisted into hate, and the Silver Swan flies again! Then, Grail and Darkseid make their move on Themyscira, and only Diana and Jason can stop them fro...

    Good vs. evil. James Robinson writes a standard epic adventure that sees Wonder Woman take on one of her old foes for the first time in DC Rebirth and conclude the battle against Darkseid. There wasn't a whole lot to chew on in these issues and honestly I think that was a good. This wa...

    I love that they brought back Silver Swan!!! ...

    I loved the first story in this one, but worried about a little too much reliance on the brother/Steve in the others. ...

    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 eve...

    Basic plot: First, we got an origin story for the new version of Silver Swan. Then, Diana and her brother get to know each other better and continue their conflict with Darkseid and his plans. The art is this arc was good. I really enjoyed the visuals. The story itself had some inte...

    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...

    This Volume started so great and then dragged a bit in the middle, but the story is well written and far reaching, continuing directly after the Gods died in order to bring Darkseid back to life. Before getting into the bulk of the Volume, we get an interlude that raises an interestin...

    Another fairly mediocre offering from Robinson. The first part of the collection is a standard revenge story featuring Silver Swan; it's fairly well-written but doesn't do anything particularly interesting with the characters and involves quite a high body count for no particular reaso...

    For whatever reason my local library (at least for now) didn't have volume six. However, once I just accepted the story James Robinson was trying to tell, everything about it rang true. Robinson is a great writer but when it comes to the DC Universe the old school Golden Age tends to ...

    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 ...

    It?s always a crapshoot with James Robinson, isn?t it? You never know which one you?re going to get. Unfortunately, we got the bad one in this collection. I don?t know what the Silver Swan?s origin was pre-Rebirth, but this one was dumb as hell. ?My friend is too busy to co...

    This volume contains two narrative arcs: first, Wonder Woman's introduction to the Silver Swan, and second, a continuation to her battle with Darkseid. Given the brevity of each arc, they are not as fully-developed as I would have liked to see, feeling rather rushed and somewhat frustr...

    ssssssigh, this was a book i read just so i could keep up with the series and character. jason is so awfully boring, and i got so tired of the non-diana nonsense going on. i like the darkseid arc, i like how ~love~ saved the day, i like the ending. just didn't like the ride, it wasn't ...

  • Mladen
    May 12, 2018

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

    Pure comic book dreck with the added detriment of Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters. Why do writers continue to use the Female Furies and, god help us, the Deep Six? ...

    Wow, what a mess. Ok, here we go: This volume is flashback city. We get flashbacks to things we have already seen. We get flashbacks of enemies that Diana fought that would make a MUCH better story than what we are given. We get a whole issue that is mostly flashbacks. All of th...

    3.5/5 Stars. ...

  • Jamie Connolly
    Jul 30, 2019

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

  • Malum
    Jul 08, 2018

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

    Pure comic book dreck with the added detriment of Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters. Why do writers continue to use the Female Furies and, god help us, the Deep Six? ...

    Wow, what a mess. Ok, here we go: This volume is flashback city. We get flashbacks to things we have already seen. We get flashbacks of enemies that Diana fought that would make a MUCH better story than what we are given. We get a whole issue that is mostly flashbacks. All of th...

  • Luz
    Feb 01, 2019

    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...

    Well that was a cliched janky choppy read that back tracks a lot of what happened last arc? World: The art is fine, it?s not the prettiest and I really miss Liam Sharp and Nicola Scott, they were so good. The world building here is okay, it?s a bit cliched with the STAR GATE (...

    Last volume was good, this....eh. So Wonder Woman decides to go after Darkseid after the events of the last book. Which was a pretty big dramatic fucked up moment. Here? We start off with Jason throwing a party and then Wonder Woman getting pissed at him. It's goofy and dumb but it...

    One of the better stories so far in the rebirth arcs. Though the ending was the laziest piece of writing I've ever seen. 4 stars. ...

    Others may take issue with the PC/SJW crap larded throughout, interrupting and infecting every story, but for me the biggest problem was the authors cry for help, namely when - in a fight against the biggest bad in the DC universe - WW 'realizes' that if she only loves her dead daddy h...

    Pure comic book dreck with the added detriment of Jack Kirby's Fourth World characters. Why do writers continue to use the Female Furies and, god help us, the Deep Six? ...

    Wow, what a mess. Ok, here we go: This volume is flashback city. We get flashbacks to things we have already seen. We get flashbacks of enemies that Diana fought that would make a MUCH better story than what we are given. We get a whole issue that is mostly flashbacks. All of th...

    3.5/5 Stars. ...

    [Read as single issues] Wonder Woman?s compassion comes back to haunt her when a victim of a vicious attack has her love for Diana twisted into hate, and the Silver Swan flies again! Then, Grail and Darkseid make their move on Themyscira, and only Diana and Jason can stop them fro...

    Good vs. evil. James Robinson writes a standard epic adventure that sees Wonder Woman take on one of her old foes for the first time in DC Rebirth and conclude the battle against Darkseid. There wasn't a whole lot to chew on in these issues and honestly I think that was a good. This wa...

    I love that they brought back Silver Swan!!! ...

    I loved the first story in this one, but worried about a little too much reliance on the brother/Steve in the others. ...

    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 eve...

    Basic plot: First, we got an origin story for the new version of Silver Swan. Then, Diana and her brother get to know each other better and continue their conflict with Darkseid and his plans. The art is this arc was good. I really enjoyed the visuals. The story itself had some inte...

    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...

    This Volume started so great and then dragged a bit in the middle, but the story is well written and far reaching, continuing directly after the Gods died in order to bring Darkseid back to life. Before getting into the bulk of the Volume, we get an interlude that raises an interestin...

    Another fairly mediocre offering from Robinson. The first part of the collection is a standard revenge story featuring Silver Swan; it's fairly well-written but doesn't do anything particularly interesting with the characters and involves quite a high body count for no particular reaso...

    For whatever reason my local library (at least for now) didn't have volume six. However, once I just accepted the story James Robinson was trying to tell, everything about it rang true. Robinson is a great writer but when it comes to the DC Universe the old school Golden Age tends to ...

    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 ...

    It?s always a crapshoot with James Robinson, isn?t it? You never know which one you?re going to get. Unfortunately, we got the bad one in this collection. I don?t know what the Silver Swan?s origin was pre-Rebirth, but this one was dumb as hell. ?My friend is too busy to co...

    This volume contains two narrative arcs: first, Wonder Woman's introduction to the Silver Swan, and second, a continuation to her battle with Darkseid. Given the brevity of each arc, they are not as fully-developed as I would have liked to see, feeling rather rushed and somewhat frustr...

    ssssssigh, this was a book i read just so i could keep up with the series and character. jason is so awfully boring, and i got so tired of the non-diana nonsense going on. i like the darkseid arc, i like how ~love~ saved the day, i like the ending. just didn't like the ride, it wasn't ...

    James Robinson continues his uninspired run on WW. We have a recycling of Silver Swan's origin, the New 52's boringly generic Darkseid and Jason, WW's even more boring brother. And serious, Steve and his crew holding off the Female Furies? Not likely. If Wonder Woman weren't a brand n...

    The big confrontation with Darkseid didn't do much for me. If I had a dime for every time Darkseid or another bad guy said "last time you had the whole Justice League how can you defeat me alone?" to Wonder Woman, well I wouldn't exactly be rich, but I'd have some pocket change. ...

    Overall I enjoyed the plot and characters. And I feel like despite hints of more to come that this volume really tied off some items. I kind of like the concept of Diana needing to mentor a brother. ...

    To be completely honest, I'm entertained and the art is good, but this isn't great. I'm not invested! The issues haven't been getting better, or even stagnated at the "good" level, and I mostly continue reading them because I decided I wanted to read all the available Wonder Women issu...