Wonder Woman #12 (2012) Comic Review - www.impulsegamer.com -
Wonder Woman #0 (2012)
Writer: Brian Azzarello / Artist: Cliff Chiang

 

Review Information

Reviewer: Jose Castellanos
Review Date: October 2012

Comic Information

Publisher: DC

9.0

out of 10

Reminiscing the fun, quirky stories from the early Silver Age of comics, and imagined as a reprint of "All-Girl Adventure Tales For Men #41," the zero issue of "Wonder Woman" tells a hidden chapter of the amazon princess' life in her twelfth birthday and the mysterious training she underwent under the tutelage of a most unexpected party. Azzarello touches on several elements he introduced throughout the months on his run, for instance how Diana used to be bullied by the other amazons as a child.

The most shocking development in this flashback is the one-year tutoring the princess received to hone her warrior skills. As surprising as the identity of her mentor is, it also makes absolute sense; their close relationship and eventual fallout were written with utmost elegance and care. Cliff Chiang slightly modifies his style to emulate the vintage feel of the book, resulting in a beautiful piece. Did this young Diana make anyone else think of Donna Troy? I miss her. Great issue!


 






 
 



   Games
   PlayStation 4
   XBox One
   PlayStation 3
   XBox 360
   PC
   PS Vita
   Wii U
   Wii
   3DS
   DS
   PSP
   Apple
   Casual
   Android
   Classics

  Movies
   Movies & IMAX
   Blu-ray
   Action
   Anime
   Comedy
   Crime & Thrillers
   Documentaries
   Drama
   Family
   Horror
   Kids
   Lifestyle
   Music
   Romance
   Sci-fi
   Sport

   IT
   PC
   Apple
   Hardware

   Information & Fun
   News
   Interviews
   Articles

   Tara's G-Spot
   Loren's Level
   Comics
   Books
   Mind & Body
   Music
   Competitions
   Community
 








 
 




Impulse Gamer is your source for the
latest Reviews and News on Video Games,
Entertainment, Pop Culture, Hardware &
More!

 


2001 - 2014 Impulse Gamer
 

 

About Us | Contact Us