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"Wonder Woman: Earth One" Graphic Novel Talkback (Spoilers)

Discussion in 'DC Comics and Collectibles' started by James Harvey, Apr 6, 2016.

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  1. James Harvey

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    Grant Morrison gives Wonder Woman the "Earth One" treatment!

    WONDER WOMAN EARTH ONE VOL. 1

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    Written by GRANT MORRISON
    Art and cover by YANICK PAQUETTE


    In this new installment of the New York Times best-selling Earth One original graphic novel line, Grant Morrison joins with Yanick Paquette to reimagine Wonder Woman for a new era. Encompassing the vision of her original creator, William Moulton Marston, Morrison presents a Diana who yearns to break free from her mother and the utopian society on Paradise Island to learn about the forbidden outside world. Her dreams may come true when Air Force pilot Steve Trevor crashes on their shores, and she must defy the laws of the Amazons to return him to Man’s World. Is she ready for the culture shock that awaits her in America? And is the world ready for this Wonder Woman?

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    This wasn't as bad as that infamous early review led me to believe. It's still not a perfect 10 but it was a good read nonetheless. The artwork was gorgeous even if some of it played against what Morrison seemed to be trying to do here with the story. I can definitely see why this book would rub some people the wrong way especially with how it opens and how is kinda kinked up some of the bondage aspects of the story. It's a good but not great story that maybe could've been tightened up a little more. Not as strong as the first Batman: Earth One book but still a good read.
     

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