Issues 4: Another great set of stories (there’s a cult even! ), but two in particular stand out for me, just as an art nerd and shameless fan-girl…
Prayer: We get more of Diana’s spiritual/philosophical side (also something that should be used in her stories more, imo—especially when it involves nature ). Bonus: Nicola Scott is back! She’s a great match for Wonder Woman, particularly expressing this subject. I’m possibly WAY biased, but this was easily one of my faves of the series so far.
What Ever Happened To Cathy Perkins?: A fun read overall. Admittedly, this isn’t an era I’m familiar with, but that wasn’t necessary here. Mystery, magic, 🪄 another throwback, and a sad/happy ending. Diana always ending w/ love. Well done.
Issue 5: The two that stood out the most were Feet of Clay, and Beyond the Horizon.
Beyond the Horizon: Really enjoyed the whole pirate sea adventure vibe. (I mean…what’s not to like about a giant sea monster? Exactly! Nothing!). But it showcases how gentle Diana is because of how well she understands emotions. And it gave us that beautiful panel. A+
Feet of Clay: This one probably gets the top spot for over all consistency. We get an inspired story about Diana, aka: The bratty clay thing, lol (and written to Diana) from Antiope. The artwork was cinematic and brought a lot of energy to the right spots. Then it winds down w/ a pretty perfect line: “You will never be comfortable letting others dictate your destiny. So don’t let them.”
Why have I always thought it started with a C? Is that something someone can answer? Or did they change the spelling? Or is it either or, or, depending on what specific sect u belong to? i.e. Reform, Orthodox, Conservative.
Ok, I thought so, I’d actually never seen it spelled without a “C” b4. But I saw it spelled sans C for the first time on here yesterday. I never knew there was more then one iteration? Interesting…ty for the response btw …
I thought about it but I didn’t wanna tag anyone. Hoping someone will come across it & clarify. I’m ignorant in a lot of areas too- & also working on it. That United Shades of America show has given me tons of previously unknown knowledge. That’s what the entire show is about. W. Kamau Bell goes to discover areas & cultures he doesn’t know enough about. I’m around 1/4 of the way thru & it’s incredible what I’ve learned already. It’s on HBO Max.