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  • Title: Wonder Woman, Vol. 2: Love and Murder
  • Author: Jodi Picoult Paco Díaz Ray Snyder Rodney Ramos Terry Dodson Rachel Dodson Drew Edward Johnson
  • ISBN: 9781401214876
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Hardcover

Wonder Woman, Vol. 2: Love and Murder

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  1. Yeesh This was one of the first Wonder Woman comics that I read Maybe even the first So for sentimental reasons, plus the fact that the art was nice, I m leaving it with 3 stars.Back when I originally read it, and had nothing to compare it to I mumble gaveita5starrating mumble.After a re read Ugh This was definitely not a 5 star comic Jodi Picoult writing Wonder Woman No No to that whole sentence.This was supposed to be the Diana Prince after she killed Maxwell Lord So obviously she had been on [...]


  2. Wonder Woman is persona non grata after killing a supervillain who had mind controlled Superman to do evil see The Sacrifice and thus takes on a secret identity using the old strategy of comic books Hey, these glasses make me look entirely different Check it out.In this tale she starts as an agent for Metahuman Affairs with her wise cracking potential love interest, Nemesis, who has the ability to use illusion to change into any other person Wonder Woman s character is clueless about using every [...]


  3. When it comes to graphic novel, I m being choosy because they are printed in a glossy paper, colored, expensive and I don t have the place to protect them I saw this copy from a sale bin and bought it for P99, approximately 2 and I bought it without hesitation since I m doing a Jodi Picoult challenge this year I never expected that Jodi will be one of the authoress of Wonder Woman and I never been a fan of her, although I was a hardcore fan of Justice League before It was a pleasure for her to b [...]


  4. Mmm I m not sure Jodi Picoult has found her calling here I love superheroes in spandex but there comes a point where there s too much cheese even for me Clich s galore, scenes plucked out of a romantic comedy nope Even the cameos couldn t redeem this one for me I enjoyed it enough because well WW, but not great.


  5. Bullet Review This occurs just before and concurrent with s Attack this makes s Attack make sense and clarify major plot elements.That said, it s still crap.Some of it admittedly is not Picoult s fault The plot itself I am sure was a DC creation but the execution is all hers And it s complete shit Hugely disappointing the only saving grace is the art.Full Review In previous comics, Wonder Woman had to kill a man, Max Lord, because he was forcing Superman to be a horrible person This made her ve [...]


  6. Well, I like the art I feel like this is mostly Wonder Woman I also feel like she knows who she is and doesn t need need to ask Wonder Woman ends up fighting her dead mother after she comes to rescue her from government bondage This is a good book, not a great one Our library doesn t have the one previous or after so this will be all I read I would at least read the others if they were available.I liked the character of Tom He was interesting and a good fit for Diana.


  7. To get this out of the way having Jodi Picoult write Wonder Woman was a blatantly obvious publicity stunt on DC s behalf But that s fine, because most of the issues here probably have little, if anything to do with who was writing it This crap came from on high.To start with, we have Diana taking up the Diana Prince alternate identity for the first time in this continuity Damn Crisis I need to point out, though, that Wonder Woman has been publicly going as Diana all along, so maybe not the best [...]


  8. Full disclaimer I do not follow Wonder Woman s monthly adventures, and only read about her on comics web sites I picked this up because I was intrigued that Jodi Picoult was writing an arc I have to say that I was greatly underwhelmed The plot shape shifting, resurrections was nothing new, so the writing style should elevate it, right Wrong Picoult throws a few pop culture bones to the audience, and the banter between WW and her agent partner is cliched romantic tension The ending is a total cop [...]


  9. This took me forever to find I almost gave up on my search but I finally found it guys And after reading it, I m kind of disappointed I don t know, ever since I read Wonder Woman Warbringer I feel like nothing can top that, ya know But it could just be me Plus, this is like my second ever graphic novel to read The first being Wires and Nerve, Volume 1, which I loved every second of and I m super pumped to read Volume 2 Maybe I didn t love it like I thought I would because Jodi Picoult kind of ma [...]


  10. YESSS Wonder Woman is drawn strong, statuesque, and even her fibbie suits can t quite conceal her defined muscles I was wary that getting Picoult to write a comic about a lady superhero was a marketing gimmick, and perhaps it was I don t much care why they got Picoult to write this trade I m just glad we got a series of WW in which her morality, her strength, and her relationship with the s took precedence over her love life or the latest godawful title spanning epic crisis Let WW stand on her o [...]



  11. EhhhhI haven t read a Wonder Woman episodic since I was a kid, so I was suprised to find that what looked like a stand alone volume was actually just a part of a greater story arc I also haven t read any Jodi Picoult, so I can t judge this against her other works I could definitely feel that it was the work of somebody who hadn t written a comic before The pacing wasn t right I liked the infusion of humor, and I liked that a woman s take on Wonder Woman would include some analysis of the impract [...]


  12. Jodi Picoult is only the second female writer to take on the Wonder Woman saga, and I enjoyed her take on this classic heroine She addresses the impracticality of Wonder Woman running around fighting crime in an outfit without straps She addresses Wonder Woman s inner turmoil as she wants to fit into the human world but can t shake the vestiges of her blood This made me laugh and made me appreciate the comic as an art form and made me want to read comics I might be hooked.Plus, you can read it [...]



  13. I am not a DC guy at all when I say make mine Marvel I really mean it , and I have never even read a Wonder Woman comic, so my opinion can t be taken too seriously if you re planning on reading Jodi Picoult s take on the big breasted , but here it is anyway Love and Murder was an okay introduction to Wonder Woman, but not much than that.There was some nice tension between Wonder Woman and the man she loves, Nemesis, and there was the added low level tension of Wonder Woman s estrangement from t [...]


  14. First of all, this is technically a second story arch in a series There is however a Previously on Wonder Woman page, where you can read what happened in the first novel Basically, Wonder Woman did something that society and the other heroes don t particularly agree with, and she has to go into hiding She is working as Diana Prince and is given the assignment to bring Wonder Woman in for her crimes.It s interesting to see how Wonder Woman handles a normal human life There is very little that she [...]


  15. SO BAD SO DAMN BAD Whoever thought, you know what would be a good idea Jodi Picoult writing a DC comic needs to be fired This was basically just a romance between Wonder Woman and some guy who was so boring I forgot his name I don t really read graphic novels by DC, and I m not sure if I was supposed to know who he wasI probably was Maybe he s great in other comics, but if so, he was really resting on his laurels in this one Also, the art wasn t all that amazing.


  16. I tried liking this one, I genuinely did But there s only so much you can do, and in the face of a really oddly paced plot and than erratic characterization all I can say that I, um, didn t like it.Now, I haven t read that much of Wonder Woman, but if that book had been the first I read It would have been my last A lot of it is just Jodi Picoult being Jodi Picoult, that is, her taking an issue like finding out who you are, or trying to show your mother you re grown up, but that latter bit kind [...]


  17. Ok i will admit this is something new for me and to be totally honest I picked it up to read as it was in such good condition at the charity book shop I help out in I know there are a lot of reviews of he book some good some bad but this was the first foray in to the realm of Wonder woman still think of Linda Carter now thats showing my age as well as the world of DC comics I normally stay in the confines of 2000AD where I grew up or not at the case maybe but I really enjoyed it now I am going t [...]


  18. I liked this but I didn t love it There was a bit too much soul searching in the midst of the action and it started to wear a bit on me The story features Circe who is bent on destroying Wonder Woman and all the s in the process Wonder Woman must also battle her own mother, returned from the dead The appearance of the graphic novel and the artwork was fantastic I was happy to read a copy of this one at Barnes and Noble and not have to spend the 20.00 for my own Unlike Frank Miller s Batman Retur [...]


  19. I loved the unique storyline for Wonder Woman, and finding her trying to fit in with humans, and actually try to discover her own identity, and answer the question we all ask ourselves at some point in our lives Who am I It is a good story, I just wish this book fully completed the story We are left on a cliffhanger, and the story feels incomplete We might only have needed one comic issue included in this collection to finish it If this story had finished itself off, I would have given it a 4 s [...]




  20. Este ha sido mi primer Wonder Woman Lo he sacado de la biblioteca, asi que no sab a que era el volumen dos no lo pon a en ning n lado pero tampoco he notado que me perdiera gran cosa al leer el anteriormente en Wonder Woman del principio En general me ha gustado, aunque la trama me ha resultado algo floja y, en ocasiones, algo forzada Para no destripar nada os dir que sobre todo, con los motivos de las as S que me ha gustado mucho tanto el dilema interior de Wonder Woman, y como se ha desarrolla [...]


  21. What a load of soulless drivel It begins loudly claiming to be an exploration of Diana s human side and identity, and Picoult makes a big deal about this in the forward In the first issue, the bones for a small time, emotionally driven story involving Circe psychologically tormenting Diana are laid down But then DC use and abuse Picoult s talent for character study and throw out all that s promising, twisting it into a farting mess of hot air A major battle arc is cramped into three issues flat, [...]


  22. There are a number of major issues at work here, all of which come together to produce a colossal train wreck of a book.The first problem is that, as I mentioned in my review of Wonder Woman, Vol 1 Who is Wonder Woman , this soft relaunch is based around the erroneous premise that Diana is so far removed from humanity that she can t relate to ordinary people, and that she needs to get a secret identity as a very ordinary and relatable high tech metahuman fighting secret agent in order to get in [...]


  23. Poor Wonder Woman She s my favorite DC hero, though it s been years since she s had decent writers, engaging storylines, or epic adventures And this book does little to buck that unfortunate trend In the wake of recent events, I was hoping for a good story dealing with the consequences of Wonder Woman s justified murder of Maxwell Lord and an exploration of her humanity, but this book failed to provide any real depth or clarity on those fronts I have a number of issues with this book, not the le [...]


  24. I started out with high hopes for this book because Wonder Woman is one of my favourite characters However, this is a book for casual Wondy fans who care little or not at all for her backstory The artwork didn t disappoint Terry Dodson, Drew Johnson, and Paco Diaz hit it out of the park Each page is beautiful, and the full colour splash page is worthy of a print When the s and Hippolyta attack, you feel the same awe struck terror of the characters They even managed to keep me from confusing Dian [...]


  25. My rating of 3 is an average of Story 2 and Art 5 I have weighted it heavily towards story because I feel that s important, especially since the marketing strategy for this was pretty much Story by Jodi Picoult Full Disclosure I do not regularly follow Wonder Woman comics, nor do I know much about her background.Jodi Picoult s rather prominent name on the cover was what led me to read this I had high hopes after reading her foreword, but finishing the book left me feeling rather underwhelmed.M [...]


  26. Over the course of my self confessed nerdy life, I have found myself being compared to the The Comic Book Guy on than one occasion an amusing, if not entirely flattering comparison Yet, despite my love of superheroes and whole hearted desire to have a legitimate reason to wear a cape, comic books are my weak link in my geeky chain.When I heard that Jodi Picoult had been asked to write the story for an edition of Wonder Woman, however, I was pretty excited After getting a fifteen minute primer f [...]