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J. M. Straczynski
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Wonder Woman: Odyssey Vol. 2 Paperback – February 12, 2013.

Wonder Woman: Odyssey Vol. by. J. Michael Straczynski (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Michael Straczynski (Author), Phil Hester (Author), Don Kramer (Illustrator) & 0 more. He might be thinking "yes, I changed everything about Diana, but underneath it all, she's still Wonder Woman.

Book 1 of 2 in the Wonder Woman- Odyssey Series.

Straczynski is the creator and writer of several original comic book series such as Rising .

Straczynski was born in Paterson, New Jersey, and is the son of Charles Straczynski, a manual laborer, and Evelyn Straczynski (née Pate). He was raised in Newark, New Jersey; Kankakee, Illinois; Dallas, Texas; Chula Vista, California, where he graduated from high school; and San Diego, California. Straczynski's family religion was Catholic, and he has Polish ancestry. His grandparents lived. Wonder Woman: Odyssey Volume 1 (hc, 168 pages, 2011, ISBN 1-4012-3077-6; tpb, 2012

Odyssey is a Wonder Woman storyline written by J. Michael Straczynski and Phil Hester, with illustrations by Don Kramer, Eduardo Pansica, Allan Goldman, Daniel HDR, Jay Leisten, and Travis Moore.

Odyssey is a Wonder Woman storyline written by J. It is the final arc of Wonder Woman (Vol. 1). This follows the conclusion of Wonder Woman (Vol. 3) by Gail Simone in her arc Wrath of the Silver Serpent. The series returned to its original numbering because of the anniversary issue.

J. Michael Straczynski does the impossible - successfully rebooting Wonder Woman. The first volume of the Odyssey introduces us to a familiar yet different Diana. Having grown up away from the destroyed Paradise Island, this tougher, streetwise Wonder Woman finds herself targeted by a group of war dieties.

Wonder Woman gets a new costume in this start to bestselling writer J. Michael Straczynski's run on the iconic character's series, collected from issues. Michael Straczynski's run on the iconic character's series, collected from issues Diana must track down the truth behind what's happened to her timeline and face the biggest stunner of all: Who destroyed Paradise Island? All bets are off as Wonder Woman embarks on an odyssey to find her past, getting a new costume, a new set of foes, and a new tone from the ground up! Issue(s).

Perfect for new readers as Wonder Woman embarks on an odyssey to find her past and gets a new costume. Dimensions 173 x 261 x 13mm 516g. Publication date 26 Aug 2011. Publisher Titan Books Ltd. Publication City/Country London, United Kingdom.

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Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Wonder Woman: Volume 2: Odyssey by. .Straczynski has written numerous film scripts, including Changeling starring Angelina Jolie, which was nominated for a BAFTA Award for Best Original Screenplay.

Straczynski has written numerous film scripts, including Changeling starring Angelina Jolie, which was nominated for a BAFTA Award for Best Original Screenplay. He is also the author of the SUPERMAN: EARTH ONE graphic novel. Country of Publication.

Wonder Woman: Odyssey 2 issues. Volume Published by DC Comics. Wonder Woman Vol. 3 is collected in the following HC/paperback titles: Wonder Woman: Who Is Wonder Woman?

Wonder Woman: Odyssey 2 issues. 3 is collected in the following HC/paperback titles: Wonder Woman: Who Is Wonder Woman?

  • Collects 10 pages from Wonder Woman (1941) # 600
    and # 601-606

    J. Michael Straczynski has written a lot of things that I love. Sadly, this is not one of them.

    Straczynski stopped writing the script for the book starting with issue 605, yet he wrote the basic outline of the plot, and he has taken full responsibility (credit or blame) for the series. He might be thinking "yes, I changed everything about Diana, but underneath it all, she's still Wonder Woman." Problem is, she's not! This Diana could be anybody. How do we know she is still Wonder Woman? I just don't see it, JMS. It's possible that Straczynski and Phil Hester (the replacement scripter) somehow did something truly brilliant in the second half Wonder Woman: Odyssey, Vol. 2 that turns all this around, but he didn't give me any incentive in this volume to pick up the next one.

    Another problem with the book is the way Diana looks. No, I'm not talking the costume. I couldn't care less about the costume. I'm talking about her face. She spends far too much of the book with this expression on her face: Wonder Woman 602 Variant Cover There are a few quiet scenes where she can actually relax, but otherwise she has this ugly rampaging goddess of vengeance face. Perhaps a better artist could have made this work, but Don Kramer didn't (he didn't do that cover I just linked).

    On the numbering
    WW (1941) 1-329
    WW (1986) 1-226
    WW (2006) 1-44

    If you add it all up, 329 + 226 + 44 = 599, making the next issue 600.

  • I REALLY wanted to like this book. While others might have approached it expecting to be displeased and already prejudiced against all the changes, I was actually looking forward to it. After reading Brian Azzarello's Wonder Woman in the New 52, I was eager to get my hands on more material on the most well known female superhero. It seemed like most readers either hated it or loved it. After hearing a great review from someone who also enjoyed the New 52 WW comic, I decided to give it a try. Unfortunately, this book does not compare favorably. It's not bad. It's okay, and there are definitely some interesting scenes.

    The art is beautiful. I love the new costume. I really wish they'd kept it for the New 52; it's so much more sensible. I can't think fighting in panties could be remotely practical - think of all those kicks!! I also like the idea of the mystery and how even through all the changes (which I liked), they still paid homage to the past. That was very neat and shows that they really appreciate the faithful fans who were probably scandalized by the changes but gave the book a chance anyway.

    The weakness in this book isn't the changes to the Amazons or the new look. It's the story. Simply, it's kind of lacking. I didn't find it sufficiently engaging; I wasn't eager to see what was going to happen next. I wouldn't call it boring, but it wasn't exciting either. So that's why I gave it 3 stars.

    I think part of the weakness to the story could be attributed to the lack of a supporting cast. WW is on her own, so we don't develop enough attachment to the people that are introduced briefly and not seen again (or rarely seen). Also, the villain was kind of subpar, and there can't be an excellent comic book story without an excellent villain. But that could also be that this was only the first volume, so maybe the villain improves.

    I will say that one of my favorite parts was the scene where we see Diana as a child and already fighting for justice. It was such a good scene and an enjoyable read - I would give that issue a higher rating than the overall volume.

    There are definitely some good elements to this story, and I think it will certainly appeal to some people. So overall, I would say it's an okay read but not very exciting.

  • I really enjoyed Starczynski’s updated take on Wonder Woman in the first volume of Odyssey. So, I was somewhat shocked when he blew that volume out of the water with a stunning, brilliant conclusion.

    Diana’s journey of self-discovery reaches its culmination when she learns that she has always existed – a personification of justice and mercy that has been reborn countless times throughout history. The more familiar Wonder Woman who met Steve Trevor was only one such iteration. Only now, mankind’s endless wars and atrocities have made an enemy unbelievably strong – strong enough to exile all the gods and attempt to wipe Diana from the loom of fate. But, one strand was hidden and still persists. The current, modern Diana must face her destiny and choose to become Wonder Woman again. This story was so fabulously woven that I wanted to cheer as it unfolded (I *may* have whooped out loud at one point). Straczynski has not only given the Warrior Princess a new direction and perspective, but has done so without losing any of what makes the character so iconic. The story has lots of action, but also many surprises. There are even a few cameos that not only delight, but fit within the story seamlessly. And the last few pages may just bring a tear to your eye.

    The redesigned Diana looks so new, but is still so quintessentially Wonder Woman. Overall, my only disappointment is that there is no more of Straczynski’s Diana to come. He has set the bar so high, I’m not sure it can ever be surpassed. Highly recommended!