Review Brew: Wonder Woman #10
Writer: Greg Rucka
Artist: Nicola Scott
Colors: Romulo Farjardo Jr.
Letterer: Jodi Wynne
Editor: Mark Doyle
Asst Editor: Rebecca Taylor
Covers: Nicola Scott & Romulo Farjardo Jr.; Jenny Frison
Publisher: DC Comics
Steve, Etta, and Barbara Ann talk Matt into letting Diana off base (because they can’t really keep her honestly), and it’s every bit as delightful as you’d think it would be. Diana’s joy in every aspect of our world is contagious, as are her interactions with everyone she meets. Of course, things can’t stay that way and soon the gang gets embroiled in a terrorist attack, the source of which is an old enemy…the question is, what are they doing this far out of their own wheelhouse?
Rucka captures Diana’s purity, confusion, and badassery as only he can while building on the mystery he’s been giving us in bits and pieces in previous chapters. He’s ably supported by Nicola Scott and Romulo Farjardo Jr.’s artwork and colors which give this book a lightness and feeling of fun that’s unique to this comic. There’s also a fantastic battle sequence that shows off just how well Diana and Steve work together.
I’m ready for more, 4 out of 5 Margaritas.