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Wonder Woman #5 (Tomatoes For Breakfast Spoilers)

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Punchy

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Postby Punchy » Fri Jan 27, 2012 6:41 am

I was initially upset to see that Cliff Chiang was absent for this issue, but Tony Akins did a good job of filling in and keeping the style Chiang had set. The actual story was as good as usual, and we got another unique Azzarello take on a Greek God. Poseidon is normally a dude with a big beard and a fish tail, now he’s a massive fish-frog thing. Think King Jabu-Jabu from Legend Of Zelda. I also like the look of Wonder Woman’s plan, which is to play all of the Gods vying for Zeus’ throne off against each other. Very clever. The character of Lennox is an interesting one, sort of like Constantine meets Hercules. I was confused at the end though, is Lennox actually Hades? Or was that Hades coming in as a separate dude? Oh yeah, and that was an sadly all too accurate taken on Arsenal FC’s current season on the first page, never thought I’d see a call for Wenger to be sacked in a Wonder Woman comic!
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IvCNuB4

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Postby IvCNuB4 » Sat Jan 28, 2012 1:51 pm

I think Hades was coming out of the portal/whatever. That's why Cerberus jumped out first and confronted attacked Lennox.
Yeah, sounds like Lennox is one of Zeus' brothers but which one ? Hmmmm

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