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Wonder Woman #754 (2016)

Wonder Woman #754 (2016)

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Steve Orlando
(A) Max Raynor
(CA) Guillem March
Just when she thought her troubles were over, Wonder Woman is thrust into a new adventure that takes her out of this world! Princess Maxima, the former ruler of the planet Almerac, has crash-landed on our hero's doorstep and is desperate for her help. Maxima's people are victims of a vicious lie, and only the truth she's discovered will set them free. With Wonder Woman by her side, can she retake her throne and bring back the planet's peaceful matriarchal society? Back on Earth, there is no peace…only Warmaster! The vengeful villainess has obtained a weapon of mass destruction that can wipe out the Amazons for good!
Date Available: 03/25/2020
BONUS REVIEW by "Doc" Schaefer


In what I thought was going to be a series of guest star appearances by some of the female members of the DCU, this turned out to be almost a fill in issue. After Valda the Iron Maiden's guest story, it only made sense that Maxima should come crashing into Diana's kitchen. But after reading this, I suspect that an extra page was wedged into the previous issue to give some tie-in to this one off. Steve Orlando's story gives us a great history of Maxima's home planet and gives us guests in the guise of Maxima and Ultraa (who has been a jerk since his introduction in the pages of the original Justice League of America #153). The story however is short and feels that way. The threat is all but wrapped up in a matter of pages which lessens the impact of the whole 'I just crashed into your kitchen because of this major catastrophy' cliffhanger. It also shoves the Diana is a bad girlfriend concept as well as the not all societies are based on male/female relations at us in not so subtle ways. With all that being said, it is really cool when Diana converts the Invisible Jet into the Invisible Spaceship!

I give it 6 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Steve Orlando
(A) Max Raynor
(CA) Guillem March
Just when she thought her troubles were over, Wonder Woman is thrust into a new adventure that takes her out of this world! Princess Maxima, the former ruler of the planet Almerac, has crash-landed on our hero's doorstep and is desperate for her help. Maxima's people are victims of a vicious lie, and only the truth she's discovered will set them free. With Wonder Woman by her side, can she retake her throne and bring back the planet's peaceful matriarchal society? Back on Earth, there is no peace…only Warmaster! The vengeful villainess has obtained a weapon of mass destruction that can wipe out the Amazons for good!
Date Available: 03/25/2020
BONUS REVIEW by "Doc" Schaefer


In what I thought was going to be a series of guest star appearances by some of the female members of the DCU, this turned out to be almost a fill in issue. After Valda the Iron Maiden's guest story, it only made sense that Maxima should come crashing into Diana's kitchen. But after reading this, I suspect that an extra page was wedged into the previous issue to give some tie-in to this one off. Steve Orlando's story gives us a great history of Maxima's home planet and gives us guests in the guise of Maxima and Ultraa (who has been a jerk since his introduction in the pages of the original Justice League of America #153). The story however is short and feels that way. The threat is all but wrapped up in a matter of pages which lessens the impact of the whole 'I just crashed into your kitchen because of this major catastrophy' cliffhanger. It also shoves the Diana is a bad girlfriend concept as well as the not all societies are based on male/female relations at us in not so subtle ways. With all that being said, it is really cool when Diana converts the Invisible Jet into the Invisible Spaceship!

I give it 6 out of 10 Grahams


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