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Wonder Woman: Land of the Dead (Wonder Woman (DC Comics Paperback)) (Englisch) Comic – 1. Februar 2006

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When is a wish or a desire the reason for risking your life for? 3. November 2006
Von Victoria Cheney - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I found this to be an intriguing story of why someone would risk their life to fullfil a hidden wish or desire to be something other than you already are. Wonder Woman, Wonder Girl and Ferdinand work together to rescue Hermes from the Underworld. The art and story were excellant and the ending is not what you expect but the true lessons learned are be careful what and how you ask for something; the end result may not be what you may request.
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Wonder Woman/Land Of The Dead 15. Dezember 2006
Von sleeping sheepsnake - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Comic
Wonder Woman as Daredevil? Blind super-hero with other senses amazingly heightened...that's been done, hasn't it?
I would have been remiss if--in my focus on the women of comics lately--I hadn't checked in with Wonder Woman, a character who I must confess, in all my years wasted reading comics (there will be many more, thank you very much), I had completely ignored. But the images on the startling cover of Land Of The Dead (ie. a blindfolded heroine with, well okay, I don't like the man-hands and neither would Seinfeld, but, uh, other than that she's absolutely gorgeous), told me this was where to start, when it comes to the world-famous Amazonian.
Having said that, it was a bit tricky jumping into what is clearly part of a larger epic. I showed up too late for Zeus's de-throning, Medousa's clobbering and Themyscira (WW's homeland) doing a rather large swan-dive into the sea (sorry I missed it, must have been a sight). But Land Of The Dead does feature a somewhat vulnerable Wonder Woman--blindfolded and all (not to mention blinded)--being punched around the globe by the psychotic Zoom, while his partner, Cheetah, engages in the usual rending, tearing, and throat-raking--Flashy being the victim this time. The evil duo's agenda is a bit broad, involving an attack on a previous Cheetah, teaching Flash a lesson (but abandoning that plan and settling for teaching WW a lesson and just killing Flash), souping up Cheetah's powers, punching out a few other Themyscirans when the opportunity arises, and rendezvousing with a fella called Doctor Psycho, who's got whole other agendas! Rather hodge-podgy--and the art is a tad flat.
But then Flashy is written out, Wonder Girl (I like her!) and Ferdinand (bull guy) are written in, as Wonder Woman answers the call of Pallas Athena and agrees to rescue Hermes from the, uh, Land Of The Dead. Time gets dilated, creepy underworld denizens slither out of the darkness, and there's a bit of a problem with Hades, Zeus, Ares, and Poseidon, who are all a bit upset with Athena, and therefore our wonderful warrior. Before it all gets sorted out, there is some carnage, and backstabbing, deity-style. The battles and the backgrounds are livened up by superior artwork--Ares looking particularly impressive, and Wonder Girl looking--well, I like her! The resolution cleans up some loose ends from this tale as well as previous stories, and that will teach Hades to be so arrogant.
All in all, a blindfolded Wonder Woman is still a splendid Wonder Woman, showing her best on a grim trek to try and solve many dilemmas plaguing her and her friends. Very entertaining reading.
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Great Issue! 27. November 2009
Von Dora - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Very suspenseful issue with WW going into Tartarus to save the day again! Great artwork as usual, the colors really popped in this paperback. ;)
Pretty Good! 23. Juli 2013
Von zombie phreak - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Comic
Okay, there isn't really much that I didn't like about this comic so this review is going to be short. The story was good and the artwork was descent as well. The two stories were entertaining and seeing Wonder Woman team up with the Flash was pretty cool.

I'm starting to realize after reading "Flashpoint," and this comic that the Flash is a really deep and unique character. Also sending Diana into the Underworld to find Hermes while she was blind was a huge task I didn't think she'd be able to do, but she succeeded and she pulled it off with style!

Also the fact that Geoff Johns co-wrote this just made it that much more awesome! Check it out!
Seriously fantastic! 11. Juli 2014
Von S. Penrose - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Comic
Its hard to imagine a better Wonder Woman run than Greg Rucka's. Here were given two arcs, both fantastic. I always love superhero team-up stories and even more so when their respective villains team-up. Wally and Diana are an interesting pair when playing off each other and her being blind added to the storyline. Zoom and the new Cheetah were a perfect foils and look forward to more from them. The second arc, placed firmly in the Greek pantheon, was a great look at Diana's strengths and conviction. Seeing how Wonder Woman deals with Gods is always a treat. The supporting cast is, as usual, a treat, with a great payoff at the end. Just a great book. Loved it!
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