Wonder Woman: Who Is Wonder Woman?

Wonder Woman: Who Is Wonder Woman?

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by Allan Heinberg, Terry Dodson
     
 

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In this volume from acclaimed writer Allan Heinberg (The OC) , the Amazon warrior Diana has gone missing, leaving Donna Troy to take up the mantle of Wonder Woman!

When Diana returns, she goes under her former alias Diana Prince, acting as a secret agent and member of the Department of Metahuman Affairs. Her first assignment is to save Donna Troy but will she re

Overview

In this volume from acclaimed writer Allan Heinberg (The OC) , the Amazon warrior Diana has gone missing, leaving Donna Troy to take up the mantle of Wonder Woman!

When Diana returns, she goes under her former alias Diana Prince, acting as a secret agent and member of the Department of Metahuman Affairs. Her first assignment is to save Donna Troy but will she re-take the role of Wonder Woman?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781401212346
Publisher:
DC Comics
Publication date:
02/17/2009
Pages:
144
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x 10.10(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range:
14 - 18 Years

Meet the Author

Allan Heinberg is an American film screenwriter best known for his work on hit TV shows such as The Naked Truth, Party of Five, Sex and the City, Gilmore Girls, The O.C., and Grey's Anatomy. He has also published several works in the comics industry, most notably the Young Avengers series for Marvel Comics and Wonder Woman for DC Comics. Along with DC Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns, he is writing the screenplay for the upcoming Wonder Woman film.

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Wonder Woman: Who Is Wonder Woman? 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Sean_From_OHIO More than 1 year ago
Allan Heinberg was in the unenviable position of following Greg Rucka's fantastic run on Wonder Woman. While the undertones of the book certainly change, Heinberg delivers. He shows a great sense of understanding the mythology of the character and all the complicated familial relations. At times he possibly fell into a common new writer pitfall, villain overload, but its not too bad. The Dodsons' art is great, as usual. My biggest pet peeve would be that the female characters all have the same exact face. Every face. Overall, its really good start to Heinberg's run and a great jumping on point.