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Wonder Woman #1 Preview

Wonder Woman #1 Preview

A new era is dawning for Wonder Woman in DC‘s upcoming comic series, written by Tom King and illustrated by Daniel Sampere. The series promises to deliver an exciting narrative that begins with an Amazonian being accused of a grave offense on American soil. This incident sets the stage for a politically charged atmosphere, bringing new challenges for Diana Prince/Wonder Woman and her fellow sisters.

King emphasizes that this series is not about deconstructing the character. Instead, it aims to showcase Wonder Woman’s true awesomeness as a powerful warrior fighting for peace and challenging the system. The intention is to highlight a character who doesn’t require fixing, but rather to celebrate her strength and rebellious spirit.

In Wonder Woman #1, the U.S. Congress responds to the alleged mass murder by passing The Amazon Safety Act, which prohibits all Amazons from setting foot on American soil. To enforce this law, the government establishes the Amazon Extradition Entity (AXE) task force, willing to do whatever it takes to remove non-compliant Amazons. Wonder Woman, in her pursuit of the truth behind the killing, finds herself becoming an outlaw in the very world she once swore to protect.

Wonder Woman’s character is complex, standing out in her unwavering belief in love, compassion, and peace. Despite being a warrior in a society intertwined with constant conflict, she is torn between her desire for peace and her training as a fighter. This internal struggle is sure to make her one of the most captivating characters in the current DC Universe.

Fans of Wonder Woman can look forward to an exhilarating series that not only showcases her abilities but also explores the intricacies of her character as she navigates through a world that now sees her as a threat.

Jackie Daytona
Jackie Daytona

Jackie Daytona

A variety geek who enjoys geeking out with friends over video games, comics, or movies/TV shows. An avid wrestling fan since the days of the Attitude Era and N64’s No Mercy, he now spends much of his time reading and collecting comics. All of my puns are intended.

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