Read it, own it, love it, I only buy physical comics from my LCS, and this one was a winner for me, finding out she was fighting her sisters and killed a few, that was darkly funny for me, like seriously how messed up is that.
I need to re read this cause I think some where at the end W.W was basically like ya know what, humanity did this, it was humanity that let loose nukes on this planet, so, pft yall fend for yourself , deuces. ( that is me generalizing what I can remember ) in the end there was no big win for Wonder Woman, or humanity, just this dark, gritty, mess, that W.W was just going to have adapt to and live with to some degree.
I think though for the writers to label W.W as failing to protect the world, to not address why she didn’t take it upon herself to destroy all nuclear weapons and forbid their use, seems a bit unfair. If there was some acknowledgement that she did more to demand an end to nuclear weapons before the events that took place , that in turn for me would be like okay she tried, but really, humanity failed.
I love the black labels of DC, I see Black Labels as a chance for DC to not only take heros into dark places, but also to address more political and social issues that is happening in society, and how our heros work with their powers, tech, or financial resources to end any injustice in the real world.
Could you imagine Wonder Woman as a judge, using her lasso of truth to decide a criminals punishment… Or as a detective to figure out who did what, with a political debate if her lasso would be legal, I mean slap it on Lex Luthor one day and have him confess to stuff.
Seems like all superheros should have a lasso of truth, would make solving stuff easier, be like , okay what are the plans, where is so an so. Granted, would be way to easy, but still.