Wonder Woman, Vol. 3: Iron Read Online Free - In these stories a terrible betrayal forces Wonder Woman to make a deal with the gods who want her dead, and her “family” grows larger than she could have imagined. Will the mysterious Orion help Wonder Woman rescue Zola’s baby from the clutches of Hermes, or does he have darker intentions?
Collecting: Wonder Woman 0, 13-18
|Title||:||Wonder Woman, Vol. 3: Iron|
|Number of Pages||:||176 pages|
January 14, 2018
(B+) 78% | Good
Notes: Soap-operatic, it feeds off the milk of family dysfunction, and amasses its fellowship by empathy and common cause.
June 12, 2017
I'm not ready to take back all of the ugly things I said about Volume 1 because I'm still disappointed in DC's reboot of Wonder Woman.
But this volume is pretty decent.
Now, I still hate the art, and I still hate the way quite a few of the gods are drawn. Poseidon is the worst offender, in...
September 26, 2013
Brian Azzarello’s take on Wonder Woman in the New 52 has been to really hit the Greek mythology angle hard so that his WW comics are full of Greek gods like Zeus, his wife Hera, and their many children, including illegitimate kids. It’s this latter that has been the driving force of the series so...
June 24, 2015
Iron is Azzarello’s 3rd Wonder Woman collection and I haven’t been disappointed yet. This Volume starts out with a nifty little throw-back issue that’s half tribute to early Wonder Woman comics and half a recounting of Diana’s history with the Greek god, War. When I first opened this issue I was...
February 11, 2017
Rereading Azzarello's run of Wonder Woman only makes the experience better. Even though it is not as engaging and frenetic as the first two volumes, Wonder Woman: Iron still gets a five-star rating from me. Azz can seamlessly merge two different sets of characters together, the old gods and the n...
August 09, 2015
Can we hurry up with the damn baby story already?
In this volume, Wonder Woman is now trying to find Zola's baby (who could possibly bring on Armageddon) because it has been stolen. At this point, I'm getting real tired of Zola and this baby. Three volumes now! This felt like a soap opera. Not a t...
November 22, 2014
It's been a year since I first got on the Azzarello/Chiang bandwagon, and I've been following all my friends' reviews of the WW ongoing and admiring the staying power of this vision and execution to really capture so many people's imaginations.
And in a time when DC editorial makes so many bow dow...
October 10, 2014
I'll give it this: It's better than Vol. 2, for sure.
I'm still up in the air about this one, but I think I'm leaning towards there was just enough good to outweigh the bad stuff. Can I give it 2 and 3/4 stars? It's better than 2.5 but not quite 3...
My thoughts seems somewhere closer to Anne's Rev...
February 17, 2015
Wonder Woman was one of my favourite titles in the new52; I felt it was one of the only titles to really have a firm understanding of what could be accomplished in rebooting a series.
But this volume felt empty and lightweight to me. Devoid of exposition and skimpy on the action. The artwork didn'...
July 13, 2015
I didn't write reviews of the first two volumes because I hadn't formed a strong opinion of this particular WW run, and I don't have a long history of WW comics, anyway, but I can say this is my favorite volume so far. My skimming of other reviews seems to indicate one will like this or not on th...