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And so the Odyssey comes to an end. Wonder Woman defeats Nemesis and gets back to normal. This was a solid ending, and I liked how Hester acknowledged that Wondy was going to change again in a month anyway due to Flashpoint, as that was a complaint of mine. What’s the point of Diana trying to get back to normal when 1 issue later she’s been revamped just as much she was in #600? It’s just poor planning. But it worked out OK. I make fun of Wonder Woman a lot but this was actually a good story when Hester came on, he put in some clever meta-commentary about Wonder Woman actually means and also ramped up the action and almost made me care about her. Let’s see if Azzarello can do as good a job as Phil Hester, and the less said about JMS the better.
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Definitely one of the better "finale" issues I have read. Now that Diana is fully "integrated" again, her internal monologues and (external) voice sound like they always did. I also liked her awareness that another change is on the horizon.
A good wrap-up and a nice segue into her new #1
Victorian Squid wrote:In a DC/Marvel cross-over "all your favorite Marvel characters would catch contextually-transmitted diseases and Steph infections."
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