Here's another actually decent Diana moment! This time, it's about overcoming loss and the nature of grief, courtesy of the ragtag creative team behind DC Bombshells, whom should probably get a Sensation Comics monthly! (We do have Action and Detective, after all.)
Plus, Wonder Woman muses (weirdly) on the afterlife. Check it!
Words: Marguerite Bennett
Art: Matias Bergara
Colors: J. Nanjan
Letters: Wes Abbott
( Fly Again )
( Let it help you fight harder, even for those thought long lost to darkness. )
Justice League of America #224 was one of the first comics Kurt Busiek ever wrote - he was 23 at the time - and it's a great little done-in-one. The villain has a cool power, and the Justice League comes across as smart and strategic.
Plus, that cover has Red Tornado's dismembered torso.
7 of 23 pages after the jump:
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I guess that's one explanation why Bats values being the Smart Guy so much. Also, what's the over/under for Bruce verbally acknowledging he loves his family? Three years? Five? Ten?
Plus, one of the best Superman moments in a Rebirth that's been full of them. Check it!
( I look at his little face and see yours )
"The United Nations celebrated Wonder Woman's 75th birthday on Friday by naming the comic book character as its new Honorary Ambassador for the Empowerment of Woman and Girls, despite frustration from both inside and outside the world organization that the spot should go to a real — and less sexualized — woman."
Full story here.
Featuring: democracy in the face of intergalactic racists, Green Lantern incapable of number comparison, and Phonetically Adorbs Missile Firing Noises! Not featured: the absence of a "Mr. Lau from The Dark Knight" reference.
( Choom! Choom! Choom! )