Wonder Woman: Love and Murder SC ePub download
by Terry Dodson,Drew Johnson,Rachel Dodson,Jodi Picoult
- ISBN: 1401217087
- ISBN13: 978-1401217082
- ePub: 1721 kb | FB2: 1945 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Graphic Novels
- Publisher: DC Comics; Reprint edition (June 2, 2009)
- Pages: 128
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 371
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Jodi Picoult isn't a comic book writer but at least she was brave enough to try. Not everyone starts out as a killer comic . Miss Picoult tried her hardest.
Jodi Picoult isn't a comic book writer but at least she was brave enough to try. Not everyone starts out as a killer comic book writer and at the same time, not everyone is a wonderful writer. Though this book had its bad moments, the dialouge managed to come back although the plot jumped around a few times.
To get this out of the way: having Jodi Picoult write Wonder Woman was a blatantly obvious publicity stunt on DC's behalf.
I can't imagine, Wonder Woman don't what's venti means or don't know what's a pump means and how to ride a bullet train. To get this out of the way: having Jodi Picoult write Wonder Woman was a blatantly obvious publicity stunt on DC's behalf. But that's fine, because most of the issues here probably have little, if anything to do with who was writing it. This crap came from on high.
It’s rare that a ‘proper’ author dips a toe into the literary ghetto of the comic book, but bestselling writer Jodi Picoult has .
It’s rare that a ‘proper’ author dips a toe into the literary ghetto of the comic book, but bestselling writer Jodi Picoult has done just that. Her first outing for DC Comics is an attempt to reframe one of the most iconic heroes in the DC pantheon: Wonder Woman. Unfortunately Picoult does not start with a clean slate, with the stories in this collection being required to slot into current DC continuity
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by Jodi Picoult · Paco Díaz · Ray Snyder · Rodney Ramos · Terry Dodson · Rachel Dodson · Drew Edward Johnson. After Special Agent Diana Prince is assigned to capture Wonder Woman, her prob. Last Night, a Superhero Saved My Life: Neil Gaiman!! Jodi Picoult!! Brad Meltzer!!. and an All-Star Roster on the Caped Crusaders That Changed Their Lives.
Terry Dodson, Rachel Dodson, Jodi Picoult. Sent to man's world from the paradise island of Themyscira as an ambassador of peace, Diana Prince is Wonder Woman, the world's greatest superheroine!
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New York Times best-selling author Jodi Picoult joins the series in this volume collecting . Penciller Paco Diaz Luque, Terry Dodson, Drew Johnson.
New York Times best-selling author Jodi Picoult joins the series in this volume collecting WONDER WOMAN Wonder Woman, in her disguise as Special Agent Diana Prince of the Department of Metahuman Affairs, is assigned to capture herself. Written by: Jodi Picoult.
Terry Dodson is an American comic book artist and penciller. He is best known for his work on titles such as Harley Quinn, Trouble, Marvel Knights Spider-Man, Wonder Woman and Uncanny X-Men. His pencils are usually inked by his wife Rachel Dodson, who is a comic book inker and colorist. Dodson began his illustration career in 1991 at Revolutionary Comics, drawing issues of Rock 'N' Roll Comics that featured illustrated bios of performers like Rod Stewart ( and others.
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Love and Murder is visually stunning, Terry and Rachel Dodson’s artwork breathing life into the pithy narrative with rich visuals blending beautifully with dry humour. The focus is, as ever on the age-old battle of good v evil, but Picoult gives it her own intriguing twist, exposing internal struggles which have previously gone unexplored. One of the most powerful female characters ever created reworked by one of the most highly acclaimed female authors of the past decade: now that’s a duo you do not want to mess with.