Hey everyone! Welcome to our humble abode!! I want to say thank you for everyone from the World of Wonder to come and celebrating some wonderful female characters. For those who don’t know this club is for those who WANT to get into current comics that are just arriving on DCU, so we are reading Wonder Woman: The Just War! If you want to read more recent stuff, we are also reading Nightwing: Night Terrors.
A: Crossover: Wonder Woman: Just War!
A: Adventures of the Supersons Vol. 1!!
B: Deathstroke: Arkham
A; Flash Force Quest #58-63
B: Green Arrow Finale
A: Detective Comics #994-#1000
So let’s talk about Wonder Woman: Just War
A new era of Wonder Woman begins as best-selling, Hugo Award-winning and Ms Marvel writer G. Willow Wilson makes her return to DC!
A NEW BATTLE BEGINS!
War. For humankind, it is the oldest and deadliest enemy there is. And for Diana of Themyscira, the same is true…almost.
Because to the Amazon Princess, war is not just an impersonal force of destruction. War is a god–a god named Ares.
And Ares is back.
Resurrected after years of oblivion, this young god has emerged once more to shake the world to its very foundations. But Ares is still impressionable, still able to be molded into something less cruel and more just…if he has the right mentor.
He has chosen Wonder Woman. And now Wonder Woman must make a choice of her own.
Can Diana reform Ares’s wicked ways? Or will she and everyone she cares about learn the hard way that there’s no such thing as a just war?
It all begins in Wonder Woman Vol. 1: The Just War! Acclaimed writer G. Willow Wilson ( Ms. Marvel ) and artist Cary Nord ( Conan ) launch a whole new era for comics’ greatest superheroine with guest art from Xermanico ( Injustice ), Jesus Merino ( Superman ), and Emanuela Lupacchino ( Starfire )!
Collects Wonder Woman #58-65.
What to read:
Wonder Woman #58-#65
- Is this your first time reading Wonder Woman: Just War
- What was your favorite moment in the story?
- Is there a right side in war?
- How does Wonder Woman draw parallels to the wars in the Middle East, and what is Willow saying about them?
- How do you feel about the Steve Trevor Story Line
- What make Ares compelling as a villain?
- What do you think defines a good wonder woman story, and does this story
- Should we keep reading the series?
I would love to hear your general reactions to the story as well!
When: 2020-03-10T00:00:00Z → 2020-03-15T07:00:00Z
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