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REVIEW: Family ties in ‘Wonder Woman #34′



Story by: James Robinson
Art by: Sergio Davila
Colors by: Romulo Fajardo Jr.
Letters by: Saida Temofonte
Cover by: Bryan Hitch
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James Robinson finally brought Wonder Woman and Jason together.

Posted November 8, 2017 by



Wonder Woman and his twin brother, Jason, finally meets in person. Growing up apart from each other, will the two see things eye to eye? With Grail looming behind the children of the gods, can the siblings work together to prevent Darkseid from getting their life-force?

James Robinson finally brought Wonder Woman and Jason together. The meeting felt weird but it was done for a purpose. Its hard to describe the meeting of the siblings without spoiling the meat of the story, but overall, it was a descent story to read. The turn of events is interesting and it made me want to continue reading this book.

Art fell short in some panels, but it was okay nonetheless. Colors are superb, especially on the latter panels where Jason was showing his other powers.

Wonder Woman #34 is a solid issue. James Robinson reveals his river card; readers will be in for a treat, there will be a showdown in the following issues. Having said that, I don’t see myself dropping Wonder Woman from my pull list anytime soon.

Review by Paolo Ollero, co-founder of The Dark Knight Philippines, the premier Batman group in the country.

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