Wonder Woman #28

by Hussein Wasiti on August 16, 2017

Writer: Shea Fontana

Artist: David Messina

Colourist: Romulo Fajardo Jr.

Letterer: Saida Temofonte


Shea Fontana continues to disappoint with her run on this title. I'm not invested in the story in the slightest, and Fontana is continuing the story that I thought concluded in the last issue.


In addition to the story disappointing, the art was also severely lacking. I'm not familiar with David Messina's work but it's too jagged for my liking, and at times I couldn't tell what was happening in the story because of the art. Etta Candy features prominently and her distinct hairstyle identified her when Messina did a poor job portraying her and her skin tone.


The story follows Diana as she tries to take care of Etta following her injuries from the last issue. This is a nice enough premise, but Fontana rushes their scenes to get to the action later on in the issue.


There simply isn't much to talk about in this issue. The story is incredibly bare and the art was mediocre. I reiterate what I said in my previous review; stay away from this run until James Robinson comes on the title to tell the story of Wonder Woman's brother.

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