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I already read her knight terrors, i really liked it, reminded me of Justice league dark. I mentioned before it made me wish they’d do another series with her and her lasso was pretty cool. I dont know what ends of the earth is, I’m going to start with that!
-The Knight Terrors did a great job of identifying Wonder Woman’s greatest fear. Or at least modern-day Wonder Woman. I feel like the whole idea of Diana fearing that she isn’t human or people don’t see her as human really only became a thing when Geoff Johns brought it up while writing Infinite Crises/
-Issue 161 had a little spooky flavor to it. But it doesn’t really have a satisfying conclusion because the story continues on in the next issue. But this is when we first meet Circe, who is…very attractive in this.
-I like Gail Simone, but I didn’t find anything particularly note-worthy in these issues, Basically just a fantasy romp with Beowulf and a stand-in for Conan the Barbian. This is weird because there is already an official crossover featuring those two.
-They don’t use Cleopatra that much in a story literally called the Curse of Cleopatra. In fact, shouldn’t it be named after the person actually casting the curse? Anyway, not really spooky flavored either, the only thing vaguely connecting it to Halloween is the mummy look.
I did, I have and I’d say Knight Terrors, Wonder Woman 161 and 18 were my favorites. Others have mentioned Justice League Dark in regards to Knight Terrors, and I agree that was a big reason I enjoyed the first installment. The second focussed more on Wonder Woman and got more emotional and disorienting and I enjoyed it even more. The artwork supported the ideas wonderfully and was some of my favorite from the event. I read all the way to the first Annual during the last George Perez read and really enjoyed this entire section. I’m glad this reminded me to go back to it. The Silver Age Cleopatra story was every bit as fun and silly as I was hoping. I brought a song to go with it.
Ends of the earth was really good and had an interesting cast i wasn’t expecting like Beowulf.This probably sounds dumb but i forgot Gail Simone worked on Wonder woman for this long lol, all i remembered was the circle at first but she writes her to be smart but theres a lot of action and it moves fast. The Cleopatra story was fun and i read a bunch of those All star comics last year but i dont remember the issue, just that it was fun too
I’ve been meaning to revisit Gail Simone’s run to see if my opinion has changed at all, but hers was definitely a more all-out a55-kicking Wonder Woman, which is fun to read sometimes. Glad you liked it, and thanks for coming by!
I read Knight Terrors: Wonder Woman (and then Justice League Dark “The Witching Hour”). Still haven’t read the whole event, but was able to enjoy Wonder Woman’s story. It makes sense that her greatest fear is ultimately herself and her ability to commit violence. The art was my favorite part, setting the stage for a nightmare really well. Made me want to check out more Justice League Dark. I’d give it 3.5 out of 5.
( I hope it’s okay to post about this here. I saw you all read it a few Halloweens ago)
Justice League Dark The Witching Hour had a great premise that pulled me and it starts off great, but then started to fall apart toward the end. A lot of clutter in the form of info-dumps, but still a really enjoyable read and I will continue to work my way through this series. I’m sayin’ 3 out of 5.
I’ve been meaning to pick this up and was watching this the other day. Thought I’d share:
It’s fine by me since that was a while ago—you’re in the ballpark! Besides, being off topic never stops anyone else, so why should it stop you?? Anyway. Happy to see you’ll keep reading. Have you read any other JLD? If not, I recommend!