Wonder Woman #6
Comic Review by Paul Fiander
Written by: Greg Rucka
Art by: Nicola Scott
Cover by: Nicola Scott
Colored by Romulo Fajardo, Jr.
Published by DC Comics on 14th September 2016
Although the sixth issue this is the third in the Scott/Rucka story of Wonder Woman Year One. The story revolves around the meeting of Diana with Steve Trevor and her subsequent exposure to the world outside of Themyscira. Admittedly within this issue the outside world is very small as Diana finds out what it is to be feared by people who can not understand her. Her disposition is captured perfectly within the art by Nicola Scott, she layers emotion on us from all angles as our point of view seemingly moves to capture the moment throughout the issue.
Wonder Woman is one of the best titles DC are currently releasing and the two creative team structure seems to be paying dividends as it allows the artists a chance to breath between issues. Greg Rucka is also letting loose on the writing side as he layers in ideas about fear of the unknown with Diana as the central figure for mistrust.
Wonder Woman is celebrating her 75th anniversary and this series seems like a true celebration for the Princess of Themyscria.
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