- Publisher: DC Comics
- Format: Hardback | 176 pages
- Dimensions: 174mm x 264mm x 18mm | 580g
- Publication date: 30 September 2014
- ISBN 10: 1401248985
- ISBN 13: 9781401248987
- Edition: 52
- Edition statement: 52nd edition
- Sales rank: 75,124
This is the beginning of a bold, new series that looks at the relationship between The Man of Steel and the Amazon Princess, as writer Charles Soule (Swamp Thing) is joined by artist Tony S. Daniel (Detective Comics) to tell the tale of a romance that will shake the stars themselves. These two super-beings love each other, but not everyone shares their joy. Some fear it, some test it - and some will try to kill for it! Some say love is a battlefield, but where Superman and Wonder Woman are concerned it spells Doomsday! This book collects issues numbered 1-6 of their new, blockbuster series.
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Based in Brooklyn, New York, Charles Soule is a writer of novels (graphic and otherwise), comics, screenplays and stories of all types. He plays the guitar fairly well and speaks at least one language. Currently he is the writer of DC's series SUPERMAN/WONDER WOMAN, SWAMP THING and RED LANTERNS.
By Nicola Mansfield 26 Sep 2014
I came into this not quite sure how I'd find. I'm not into Superman or anything Metropolis but I am a Wonder Woman and anything Justice League related fan so I had some good expectations. This presented a top-notch story that was equally owned by Wonder Woman and Superman. It felt like both got their fair share of time and each's world was explored. Diana spends time with her sister, takes Clark to meet some of her God relatives and takes a visit home to the Island. Clark is found at work and surrounded by his Kent-identity friends, a good portion of the story takes place in Metropolis and the overall plot of the book centres on returning villains from Superman's past. I like the dynamics between Diana and Superman and am loving them as a couple, Steve Trevor shows up in a scene with the JL of A which reminds us that his relational aftermath problems with WW were based on his immature behaviour, something not likely to happen if Supe and the Amazon ever call it quits. The plot itself was great; we have two of the strongest superheroes alive and they're confronted with their matches in villains with Doomsday and General Zod along with the plans to open up the gates of the "Phantom Zone", Krypton's prison dimension. Great stuff!
"It's like a good first date; one can't be sure where things are going to go, but so far it's gone well enough to want the second."--"Comic Book Resources ""Its strong characterization and impactful art enough to leave me wanting more."--"IGN""You will be left hanging and hungering for more."--"ComicVine"