Wonder Woman, Volume 7: War-Torn

Wonder Woman, Volume 7: War-Torn Meredith Finch David Finch
  • Title: Wonder Woman, Volume 7: War-Torn
  • Author: Meredith Finch David Finch
  • ISBN: 9781401256791
  • Page: 198
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Wonder Woman, Volume 7: War-Torn Meredith Finch David Finch Wonder Woman Volume War Torn The new creative team of writer Meredith Finch and artist David Finch takes over A mythological force seemingly tied to Wonder Woman s role as War has attacked the s and as her own people lose faith
    The new creative team of writer Meredith Finch and artist David Finch takes over A mythological force seemingly tied to Wonder Woman s role as War has attacked the s, and as her own people lose faith in her, a new queen arises to take her place Guest starring Superman, Swamp Thing, Aquaman and Collecting Wonder Woman 36 40, Annual 1
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    1. Comic writer She is married to artist David Finch.


    405 Comments


    1. B 70% SatisfactoryNotes Puerile and simpleminded, it chokes on ineptitude, sinking listless in the quicksand of its own visual self indulgence.

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    2. It was ok I did not like how Wonder Woman and Superman are depicted, sometimes they reminded me of Barbie and Ken, and the plot was not as gripping and complex as in the previous volumes, however it was not bad.

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    3. 3.5 starsNot perfect, but I enjoyed it.I was one of the 3 people who wasn t a huge fan of Azzarello s Greek heavy storyline or Chiang s blocky artwork So this was to me a breath of fresh air.That s not to say it was awful or anything, I just didn t care for it personally Most of my friends adored that run, so I m not trying to be disrespectful Seriously You Yeah, you in the back Put down the fuckin pitchfork Torn is a good name for this volume, because Diana is getting pulled in so many differen [...]

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    4. Diana has become the new God of War in addition to being Queen of Themyscira and Wonder Woman in the Justice League But with her loyalties divided, Diana s s begin an insurrection against her progressive rule, led by the barbaric Donna Troy I wasn t a huge fan of Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang s Wonder Woman and only read a couple volumes but I could appreciate what they were doing, and they certainly had a fair number of supporters Meredith Finch though I don t think she s a good choice to re [...]

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    5. Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths ReviewsThe critically acclaimed run of Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang has come to an end on Wonder Woman A new creative team writer Meredith Finch and artist David Finch has taken over, tasked with maintaining the momentum of the big New 52 revamp of this iconic character, yet bring a different style and new direction.Their first story arc begins with a fairly simple but insightful premise a woman pulled in too many directions.As followers of Azzarello s run [...]

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    6. I received this from Edelweiss and DC comics in exchange for an honest review.3.5 starsThis volume brings a new creative team for Wonder Woman The change isn t bad, just very different than the style of the previous volumes The story arc develops in two different directions aliens and conflict within Paradise Island I expect the following volumes will allow the creative team to be comfortable as they further develop these storylines.

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    7. I received a free eARC of this book from the publisher through NetGalley.Lots of action, decent story line, fantastic artwork, and some great cameos made this an enjoyable read for me This was my first taste of the New 52 Wonder Woman, and I was pretty impressed Admittedly, I probably would have enjoyed the story even if I had read the earlier volumes, but the writers here were good at summarizing things that had gone before and making it easy for new readers to join the ride.As I said, the art [...]

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    8. I like the direction this new team has taken I wasn t a huge fan of Azzarello s run, neither story or Chiang s art I much prefer the strong bold lines of this art and the story was enjoyable.

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    9. Very much a mixed bag for me So after seeing the new Wonder Woman trailer, I got really pumped and wanted to get back to my WW reading So This is the first volume of the new creative team, that has taken over from Brian Azzarello The story is that Diana is having a bit of a hard time, she s the new god of war, she s a Justice League Member, and she s the new Queen of The s The s are not liking what Diana is doing, as she is trying to pull them out of the old ways, so some of them try and take ov [...]

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    10. I miss Azzarello and Chianga lot The storyline in this was fine but the art is back to your typical women superhero comics Everyone kind of looks the same including the men I like the intro to Donna Troy but the comic doesn t feel like the revolutionary stuff that the previous team did.

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    11. After the largely self contained Azzarello Chiang epic that spanned six graphic novels, a new creative team is introduced to bring Wonder Woman into the wider DCU and acknowledge her ongoing work with the Justice League.The shift is jarring in some respects David Finch s art is muscular and heavily inked than Chiang s, and he tends to draw Wonder Woman in a way that often makes her look very young and demure I think it s the pouty lips and wide eyes that create the impression Along with her loo [...]

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    12. Something about a bunch s murdering a bunch of men rubs me the wrong way, I can t put my finger on it sigh.woman.That was the instant I was interested in seeing how Wonder Woman would handle it Before that it was a just a decent read as WW took on various creatures A creature feature It all just read like a day in the life of I liked the introduction of Donna, but as WW was torn with her duties in the JL and as queen, there wasn t anything in the story that really grabbed me.The conclusion with [...]

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    13. ARC provided through NetGalley for an honest review.5 StarsWhile working with the Justice League to find out what is causing entire villages to go missing, back home on Paradise Island, the council is being guided into going against Wonder Woman s orders of letting the men live among them Wonder Woman feels torn in different directions by her obligations to her ian sisters, the human race and the stress of now being the God of War.As dissension among those she trusts on Themyscira intensifies, t [...]

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    14. Hmmmw story arc, new artist, new writer I m left a bit unsure about this Diana is looking a bit buxom supermodel than superhero now, but this comic does pick up the threads left by the previous arc well as mercilessly cuts loose what this author didn t love about the previous arc and I do mean mercilessly to make room for some additions boom, instant addition of the justice league Not sure if I like the changes.

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    15. This volume breaks a bit with the complex story we have been following, and offers like a sort of break where we find Diana adjusting to being the god of war, working with the league of justice, and trying to make ends meet with the s now that she is their queen.The over use of forced sexy poses was a bit of a let down for me, as this serie hasn t been like this until now, but the story telling still holds even if the conlifct in this volume is sort of autoconclusive instead of spawning the sto [...]

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    16. Not nearly as bad as I thought it would be, 2.5 stars.I really liked what Azarello and Chiang did with the Wonder Woman book for the New 52, before that the book had become stale and their much closer to Greek Mythology take on the character was a breath of fresh air However, as the New 52 kept rolling along I noticed that this version of Diana and the rest of the New 52 s was largely different and set apart, I was okay with this but I was also very aware of this With the departure of Azarello a [...]

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    17. With excitement building for Gal Gadot s portrayal of Wonder Woman in the upcoming Batman v Superman Dawn of Justice Film, now is the time to do your homework and study up this fantastic superhero Wonder Woman struggles with both external and internal battles in this graphic novel, both of which keep the pages turning Diana is finding it difficult to balance her role in the Justice League with her roles as Queen of the s, and The God of War Some of the s think she is spending to much valuable ti [...]

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    18. The job of furthering Wonder Woman s story is handed off from Brian Azzarello whose work I love to Meredith Finch The story and art takes quite a turn in this handoff While I was a little wary of the retelling of her origins in Azzarello s telling, the great storytelling and focusing on her battling among the gods with little to no references to any capes was refreshing WW s backstory is used to turn her world upside down and she ends up as God of War Also, Cliff Chiang s art was striking, and c [...]

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    19. Oh, this was painfully jarring for me.I read through all of the Azzarello Chiang run, and so appreciated Chiang s truly like take on WW Then I opened this volume and was smacked in the face with a Wonder Woman who now looks like an excessively pretty, petite male fantasy Ugh I m not saying the art was TECHNICALLY bad the artwork is skillfully done but even the men were overly pretty, in my opinion.The story wasn t anything that even stuck with me, either I do remember being annoyed that WW seeme [...]

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    20. This is a surprisingly good followup to Azzarello and Chiang s great run I like that they are dealing with the repercussions of Wonder Woman becoming the god of war David Finch s art is typically great but Wonder Woman looks like she s sixteen I also don t like how they introduced Donna Troy as a throw away villain Just create a new so that Donna can come back in a meaningful way DC s handling of the Wolfman and Perez s Teen Titans in the new 52 has been awful They had such a great legacy and w [...]

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    21. Outside of the one Justice League spread where Wonder Woman uncannily resembled Selena Gomez, this book was BAD ASS

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    22. Really confused by the low rating here since, with the new staff, the artwork is now 493992 times better and the story was also very enjoyable.

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    23. While not a bad comic, this didn t leave me with a wow factor I liked the art most of the time I did have some issues, it s not always consistent and Wondie looks a bit too much like a runaway model The plot was a bit predictable the only old crone being the villain, I mean, can you be obvious but enjoyable I ll be reading the next volume out of curiosity.

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    24. A new creative team is introduced in this latest installment of the continuing Wonder Woman New52 saga and they do a good job with the character while moving her in a new direction The gods of Olympus are for the most part gone although Wonder Woman maintains the God of War mantle she inherited in the previous volumes A mantle that follows her around and brings it s own dangers and complications to her already overly complicated life That s the real story in this book how Wonder Woman is being p [...]

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    25. Well, that was a huge drop in quality Instead of hanging out with the amazing gods Azzarello and Chiang reinvented, the Finches have Diana hanging out with the Justice League for some nonsense alien thing, while the s suddenly become super lame And that Donna Troy reboot was terrible Also, that ending was super rushed The only reason this isn t a one star review is because David Finch s art is quite nice.

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    26. After Azzarello and Chiang s superb run, and with the bad reviews this had been getting, I was fully prepared to hate this, but it s actually not that bad It s not a patch on what went before it, but it does have its own merits.Drawing on the confusing status quo that Wonder Woman now has as Queen of the s, God of War, and member of the Justice League, new writer Meredith Finch has poor Diana pulled in multiple different directions, and as is wont to happen, something has to give So there s a Ju [...]

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    27. Not bad I knew going into this volume of the current Wonder Woman series that it would take me some time to get use to the new writing and artist team I mean the last run by Brian Azzarello is an hard act to follow Change can be a hard pill to swallow I will first began by saying that I really love David Finch s artwork No one can deny that its beauty The colors and shading are really exquisite This is a really well drawn graphic novel Now let s talk about the writing There is no doubt that Mere [...]

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    28. Overall, I enjoyed this book The story moved quickly through multiple storylines Diana is struggling to keep up her responsibilities as a member of the Justice League, being the queen of the s, and being the god of War I most enjoyed the storyline The intrigue between the differing factions was interesting The conflict in the JLA arc never seemed overly threatening and was solved in a head scratching moment I haven t been reading any New 52 Wonder Woman until this book, and there were a few time [...]

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    29. In this volume, Wonder Woman is torn by an internal war She is the Queen of her people, she is a founding member of the Justice League, and now she is the God of War These three identities seem to be pulling her in different directions.Unfortunately, the reader is too The story line by Meredith Finch is good, but not great The characters repeat themselves in the dialogue often, which is distracting As if the themes of the story were not obvious, the dialogue goes the extra mile to point them out [...]

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    30. I loved this new ish version of Wonder Woman This follows after Azzarello s WW storyline, yet feels fresh as it begins a new overarching plot Although I liked not loved Azzarello s initial stories, I lost interest, stopping after volume 3 Despite my jumping back in, I didn t feel too lost in this WW and references to prior events helped to bridge the gap I love the new artwork Chiang s artwork was very different but fabulous, yet didn t seem the best fit for the WW series Diana is now very intro [...]

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