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New York Times best-selling writer Greg Rucka continues his return to Wonder Woman! The team of Rucka and artist Nicola Scott weave the definitive and shocking tale of Diana's first year as Earth's protector.
Paradise has been breached, Ares stirs, and the Amazons must answer with a champion of their own...one who is willing to sacrifice her home amongst her sisters to save a world she has never seen. Wonder Woman's journey begins in this epic origin story!
Collecting: Wonder Woman 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14
|Title||:||Wonder Woman, Volume 2: Year One|
|Number of Pages||:||168 pages|
August 24, 2017
I remember this made headlines when it was confirmed that yes Wonder Woman is indeed bisexual.
Although, is anyone really surprised? She lived on an island with nothing except a bunch of women. I think all of us but the most naive already assumed she played for both teams.
I was a...
May 03, 2017
As Greg Rucka was writing two Wonder Woman storylines simultaneously, probably to keep the same artist for the duration of each arc, allowing them extra time to draw the issues while also sticking to DC’s double-shipping schedule, his second Wonder Woman Rebirth book doesn’t follow on from the fi...
August 23, 2017
The art in this is STUNNING 😍😍
September 17, 2017
Review to come
June 16, 2017
I wasn't a fan of Rucka's first Rebirth volume of Wonder Woman, but I really enjoyed the movie, and that made me want to read more comics about her. First I finally finished Brian Azzarello's run (turned out to be pretty good in the end, by the way), after which I decided to pick up Year One. I'm...
October 02, 2017
This is a volume sure to divide opinions as, yes, it is a retelling of an origin story. I myself feel like it was treading some very familiar ground, having read "Wonder Woman: Earth One" not too long ago.
Taken on its own, however, I feel that Mr Rucka does a great job re-engaging with the charac...
February 06, 2017
I almost went with a 5. I would have too, if last issue was as good as the rest.
So this is the origins of WW. Now listen, I'm sure this has been done before. I don't really give a fuck about that though. This is my first time reading a Origin Story for Wonder Woman and I thought it was REALLY we...
January 14, 2017
For me this is the better of the two volumes so far from Rucka and his Wonder Woman rebirth. The other volume did pick up more towards the end, but I enjoyed this one more overall. And the artwork is so good.
January 13, 2017
rucka's wonder woman relaunch is the punchy, optimistic, feminist comic we need right now. it's not perfect--it has wonky pacing issues; the conflict is brought up and resolved within the last two issues--but there's so much heart here.
May 30, 2017
A truly wonderful retelling of the Wonder Woman origin for a new generation. Greg Rucka makes a risky gamble and decides to to write not just the current adventures of Diana Prince aka Wonder Woman, which can be read in Wonder Woman, Volume 1: The Lies, but he decides to let the audience in on th...