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Fri – Sat: 9:30 am to 5:00 pm
4613 N Oketo Ave
Harwood Heights, IL 60706
708-867-7828

4613 N Oketo Ave, Harwood Heights, IL 60706 708-867-7828

Mon – Thur: 11:30 am to 7:00 pm | Fri – Sat: 9:30 am to 5:00 pm

Wonder Woman

Just got home from seeing the new Wonder Woman movie. Guess what? It’s pretty great. Did you see it? Want more of Diana, Steve, and Etta? Why not check out Greg Rucka’s excellent runs on the comic book series?

Last year, when DC comics previewed its Rebirth event, a relaunch of their entire universe, one of the  most popular announcements was Greg Rucka’s return as writer of Wonder Woman. Back in 2003-2006, his writing on Wonder Woman was universally applauded, the recent relaunch is even more so.

It might seem weird, but it is recommended to read these series out of order. I’d star with Wonder Woman (2016) Volume Two: Year One, then move onto the 2003 series, and then get back to the new series with Volume One: Lies. In these storylines Rucka spends a lot of energy on Diana’s complex and convoluted history, trying to wrangle 75 years of different writers’ interpretation of her origin story into one comprehensive tale.

Wonder Woman Volume Two: Book | Digital Comic
The Hiketeia: Book
Down to Earth: Book
Bitter Rivals: Book
Eyes of the Gorgon: Book
Land of the Dead: Book
Mission’s End: Book
Wonder Woman Volume One: Book | Digital Comic
Wonder Woman Volume Three: Book

Categories: Adults and Teens.

Wonder Woman

Just got home from seeing the new Wonder Woman movie. Guess what? It’s pretty great. Did you see it? Want more of Diana, Steve, and Etta? Why not check out Greg Rucka’s excellent runs on the comic book series?

Last year, when DC comics previewed its Rebirth event, a relaunch of their entire universe, one of the  most popular announcements was Greg Rucka’s return as writer of Wonder Woman. Back in 2003-2006, his writing on Wonder Woman was universally applauded, the recent relaunch is even more so.

It might seem weird, but it is recommended to read these series out of order. I’d star with Wonder Woman (2016) Volume Two: Year One, then move onto the 2003 series, and then get back to the new series with Volume One: Lies. In these storylines Rucka spends a lot of energy on Diana’s complex and convoluted history, trying to wrangle 75 years of different writers’ interpretation of her origin story into one comprehensive tale.

Wonder Woman Volume Two: Book | Digital Comic
The Hiketeia: Book
Down to Earth: Book
Bitter Rivals: Book
Eyes of the Gorgon: Book
Land of the Dead: Book
Mission’s End: Book
Wonder Woman Volume One: Book | Digital Comic
Wonder Woman Volume Three: Book

Categories: Adults and Teens.