Wonder Woman #777

DC Comics

Written by Michael W Conrad and Becky Cloonan

Art by Emanuela Lupacchino

Inks by Wade Von Grawbadger

Colors by Jordie Bellaire

Letters by Pat Brosseau

The Rundown: Diana finds herself back on Earth, but not the one she expected.

Diana and her friends emerge onto Earth and she is anxious to enlist the help of the Justice League in her fight against Janus. Unfortunately, she emerges on the wrong Earth and finds herself confronted by Marsha Martian. After scanning her brain and discovering the truth, she is brought before the Justice League of Earth 11 comprised entirely of female heroes. At the same time, Janue emerges on the same planet and decides to free the imprisoned male version of Diana, Dane.

When Dane attacks, Janus uses the distraction as a way of getting to Diana and their battle will involve all of the heroes. When Diana starts to get the upper hand, Janus moves in to take one of Diana’s allies captive.

The Story: The writing is well done in this issue. There are some great social commentary to be found in the plot and the story is paced well. Unfortunately, the story itself is boring and so is its antagonist. Wonder Man, as a character, is one-note and uninteresting. There’s nothing about him that makes him scary and frankly his presence felt more comedic than menacing.

The Art: Lupacchino delivers some solid and engaging imagery throughout the issue. There is great action and the look of the world and its characters is fantastic.

Wonder Woman #777




  • Great art and action


  • Weak story and antagonist

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.