Read Wonder Woman Vol. 4: Godwatch Online Free - Princess Diana—Wonder Woman—is a hero to the world. But there are those who see her very differently. And one of those, Veronica Cale, the leader of the all-powerful Godwatch, will stop at nothing to use Diana to get what she wants: revenge on the gods themselves!
As the story unfolds from year to year, bridging the gap between the YEAR ONE story to present day, Wonder Woman faces off against not just scheming Cale, but also the powerful witch Circe and her own former friend Barbara Ann Minerva, now known as the Cheetah!
The celebrated run from writer Greg Rucka (GOTHAM CENTRAL) ends with WONDER WOMAN VOL. 4: GODWATCH, with art from Bilquis Evely, Mirka Andolfo and Nicola Scott. Collects stories from WONDER WOMAN even issues #16-24 and WONDER WOMAN ANNUAL #1.
|Title||:||Wonder Woman Vol. 4: Godwatch|
|Number of Pages||:||144 pages|
January 05, 2018
DC really dropped the ball here. Read in the order they were released, the story in volumes 3 and 4 make complete sense. All of these flashback stories are needed for volume 3 to make any sense. Plus the epilogue for volume 3 is in this volume. Splitting apart every other issue made sense for vol...
October 17, 2017
Well...I guess I was expecting more?
I LOVED Year One first part. I gave it a very very high 4. This? The later half? Just feels decent.
So now we have the cheetah origin which feels extremely rushed and kind of lifeless. We also see how grief can ruin someone to the point they become a monster t...
June 17, 2017
The final two arcs in Rucka's Wonder Woman Rebirth run are much more interconnected than the first two, so the decision to split these arcs into separate trades seems even more jarring. Ideally, these 12 issues should be read in their numeric order and collected in one single book. Alas, we have...
November 15, 2017
Although I would consider this to be the year of Wonder Woman as her cinematic solo feature was an absolute delight and a huge success, her recent adventures in the pages of DC Comics haven’t quite reached that success in quality. After 25 issues, Greg Rucka has departed from the title and thus t...
December 11, 2017
DC's shitty graphic novel department strikes again.
Volume 4 contains all the information you needed for Volume 3 to make sense, but ends with the issue that concludes volume 3's storyline.
My apologies to Rucka.
November 21, 2017
Wow, what an actually deep storyline. I'm impressed. I won't get into the events much except to say Wonder Woman finds herself up against more gods. Ultimately this is a story of friendship. Friendships deepened and friendship severed. First the one between Veronica Cale and Adrianna, as well as...
August 16, 2017
A phenomenal run and a reorienting of Diana back to what she's suppose to be.
World: The art is great and full of character, this series since Rebirth with Scott and Sharp has been fantastic. The world building is absolutely amazing. Not only do we get great world building for Diana in the Annual...
October 20, 2017
[Read as single issues]
Greg Rucka's Wonder Woman run kind of ended in the previous volume, but this storyline runs basically in tandem with The Truth, so it's best to read both of them together. I think I mentioned that in my review for Volume 3; if I didn't, I should have.
Anyway. Told almost ent...
January 07, 2018
First, I should note, that the separation of this graphic novel from volume 3 makes no sense. They need to be read in tandem (and should have just been one long volume). Good job DC! Learn how to organically publish your stories :l
Godwatch is all the non-Wondy perspectives behind the whole Ares...
November 12, 2017
Arc received from Netgalley
Whoevers decision it was to split up 3+4 into two trades was not smart or particularly logical
I enjoyed this arc once i realised that this jumped between issues and only contained the the evenly numbered ones. However if i was to read them again i would read them in the...