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Subj: Re: Wonder Woman - Steve Trevor #1
Posted: Sat Jun 10, 2017 at 07:21:30 pm EDT (Viewed 4 times)
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'Bout time, eh? Thanks to Mr.Pine hype?

Wonder Woman: Steve Trevor 001 (2017-)

> When Wonder Woman saved Steve Trevor from dying on the shores of Themiscyra, his life—and hers—changed forever! In this special issue, learn more about the tumultuous partnership these two have had over the years…and get a hint at where it’s going in the future! Have these two finally admitted they’re meant for each other? Or do the Fates have other ideas?


This was a cute issue. I laughed out loud when Diana described their dates as ' dinner and wine followed by flirting, light touching and sexual tension'. C'mob, even movie WW got some loving; are we still denying comic WW her own. Shame. lol

This is a good Steve Trevor story and gives you insight into how a woman like WW could love him. I think her love of him has been downplayed too much: that it is mostly due to him being the first man she has ever seen. Meh. That may ignite the flame, but it doesn't keep the fire burning.

Steve has to go on a mission and postpone their date. He has to bring in the odd fellows ( the characters from the movie that were the DC equivalent of Marvel's Howling commandos). They go out on an assignment. Maybe this is a tie-in with the movie - present day version. I liked the guys int he movie, but I also like Steve's existing unit established by Rucka. Maybe since Rucka wasn't writing this issue that's why a different group of guys were used. Don't mind it, I just thought it was odd.

We get a version of Baroness Von Gunther (my opinion) and the normal battle of good against evil. I must admit, I thought WW was going to show up and save the day...bt she didn't. Steve and his crew did not have to be rescued by WW. That was odd....but felt right with the narrative of the book. I wonder why it just wasn't called Steve Trevor?

It ends on a radiator nice note about his guilt. I never thought of it the way he described and I'm sure Diana never thought of ti that way.

The art wasn't to my taste. Diana did not look beautiful and Steve did not look handsome. The villains looked appropriately sick, but the lines were not to 'scratchy'.

A nice read, glad I bought it.

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