The Official Newsletter of Heroes and Dragons
Issue # 8.27 — January 25, 2004
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By Tug Baker
If you don’t know it already, Wonder Woman is without a doubt one of the best books coming out right now. Starting with issue # 195, the series was given a well-needed shot in the arm by new writer Greg Rucka (Gotham Central, Queen & Country). This week, Wonder Woman # 200 not only wraps up Rucka’s incredible first story arc, “Down to Earth,” but also celebrates the past, present, and future of Wonder Woman.
Everything comes crashing down
in this final issue of the story, and through some highly adept
storytelling by Rucka and artist Drew Johnson, we get a fast-paced
cinematic ending to this great story. Not to spoil too much, but
Wonder Woman has a showdown with the new and improved Silver Swan,
and Zeus and Hera’s domestic disputes (given a little nudge by
Ares) change the lives of the Amazons forever.
Whether or not you’ve been
reading Wonder Woman, this issue leads nicely into the next
storyline and will make you want to keep on reading (and maybe even
find some of those back issues). Wonder Woman hasn’t been
this good in years. Don’t miss it!
Wonder Woman # 200 is a 64-page, double-sized issue published by DC Comics with a cover price of $3.95.
For Tug's complete review, click here.
We've posted the complete text of the Diamond Previews catalog, the Previews Adult Supplement, and the Marvel Previews catalog. Between them, these three catalogs list everything arriving at Heroes and Dragons in April 2004.
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Lord of the Rings CCG League meets this Tuesday, January 27 at 4:00pm.
Warhammer 40,000 Tournament this Saturday, January 31 at noon.
Chris and John will be at the Atlanta Comicon on Super Bowl Sunday, February 1.
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