on 20 October 2013
The Circle is the first Wonder Woman comic I've bought, not counting books where she's teamed up with the Justice League or any other heroes. I felt this was a good place to start reading her tales. The Circle features a new story that exposes some of the secrets of Diana's birth, and it is a very good read.
As with some other DC trades I've collected, this book features a secondary story that doesn't really have much to do with the main one (much like Batman: The Man Who Laughs) which isn't AS good, but was still an enjoyable read nonetheless and touched upon other corners of the DC Universe.
The Circle is an entertaining read. Not exactly life-changing, but has raised my interest in one of the best super heroes of all time.
on 26 December 2009
Anyone who knows of Linkara will know that his word is great. Anyway, to you who don't know Linkara is one of those video critics online, but he does comics instead. He was going to review a terrible Wonder Woman book and suggested this by contrast because here Wonder Woman is written in a respectful way, which rarely happened.
After all, she was origonally made as a female super hero, however if you ever look on super dickery you will see that too many times she was put in comprimising poses that make her breasts look twice the size and make her seem like some sexy and ditzy woman at the same time.
You have to love this one since she takes on Nazis! Beating up Nazis with a bunch of super intelligent Gollilas like Gollila Grod.