Wonder Woman By Greg Rucka Vol. 1 (NOOK Comics with Zoom View)

Wonder Woman By Greg Rucka Vol. 1 (NOOK Comics with Zoom View)

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Overview

When an ancient ritual requires Wonder Woman to protect a young woman from anyone who threatens her, it pits the Amazon Warrior against her Justice League ally, Batman! And while an array of enemies, including Silver Swan and the more dangerous than ever Dr. Psycho, attack Wonder Woman on all fronts, it’s the publication of Princess Diana’s book that opens her to an assault by a new and deadly foe - the malevolent Veronica Cale - and places Wonder Woman’s island homeland of Themyscira in grave danger. Best-selling writer Greg Rucka (DETECTIVE COMICS) teams with artists JG Jones (FINAL CRISIS), Drew Johnson (SUPERGIRL), Shane Davis (SUPERMAN: EARTH ONE) and more for the start of his legendary run on the title as Wonder Woman stands against mortal foes and faces the machinations of the gods themselves! Collects the highly sought after WONDER WOMAN: THE HIKETEIA and WONDER WOMAN #195-205.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781401270605
Publisher: DC Comics
Publication date: 07/19/2016
Sold by: DC Comics
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 318,424
File size: 210 MB
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About the Author

Greg Rucka is a comic book writer and novelist, best known for his extensive work at DC Comics, as well as his creator-owned series. His best known projects include 52 (cowritten with Geoff Johns, Grant Morrison and Mark Waid), BATMAN: NO MAN'S LAND, GOTHAM CENTRAL, BATWOMAN: ELEGY and WONDER WOMAN.

Customer Reviews

Wonder Woman By Greg Rucka Vol. 1 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Megbrod More than 1 year ago
So this only got 3 stars because The Hiketeia was amazing and probably more of a 4 or 4.5. BUT The rest was very meh. It felt like it was more about Diana's embassy staff and the villains than it was about Diana herself and as much as I like Ferdinand, I wasn't really looking for a story about her staff. Towards the end, she did get more involved but ultimately I was pretty indifferent to the story.