Brian Azzarello continues to do the impossible and make Wonder Woman interesting, I can’t believe how much I’m enjoying this book. This issue in particular raised a very interesting character detail for Diana, in that she wasn’t lying when she said she loved Hell, because she loves everyone. That’s a really interesting take on the character, and one that sets her apart from all of the other superheroes. Superman may be a good person, but he doesn’t love the whole world, he protects it. Wonder Woman coming from a place of love makes sense, because it positions her as feminine, yet still a bad-ass. It also sorta explains the whole ambassador of peace but brutal warrior dichotomy. I also liked that the issue explored the idea of truth and trust, an important theme for a character with a magical lasso that can force people to tell the truth. But this issue wasn’t just Wonder Woman loving everything, there was some fun action (It’s always a shame when Chiang takes a break, but Akins and Kano are solid fill-ins) and Azzarello continues to do the unexpected with the God characters, I never would have expected Strife to help like that. But they are Gods, the literally do move in mysterious ways, we can’t expect them to act like humans. What was with the ending? Is Hell dead? Will he now be smitten with Wonder Woman? I’m very excited to see what happens next, and I never thought I’d say that about a Wonder Woman book.