The Brave and the Bold: Batman and Wonder Woman #1
So. Diana and Steve are friends with benefits. As dubious as this status-quo friendly is (pun intended), their opening pre-marital scene and adult playfulness was the most engaging part (pun intended) of the the book. However, it did seem uncharacteristically selfish (or is it selfishly uncharacteristic?) that she would put "peace on earth/good will toward man) on hold for an extra hour of snu snu. The only other compelling part of the book was the fantastic art of the unpronouncable faerie world. Other than that, it was a droning setup to get Diana as a peacemaker arbitrator for a dimension from Celtic Folklore. And the other half of the story has Batman getting terrified in the Irish Quarter presents him as a raTher rank amateur as he walks right into an underwhelming magical trap. They don't even team up or meet as the misleading solicit promises. Just might have to pass on this.
What did you think of it?
Was this the best or worst among the last 3 books suggested for discussion? Or 3rd?
1st? Wonder Woman/Conan #6
2nd? Wonder Woman #40
3rd? The Brave and the Bold: Batman and Wonder Woman #1
4th? Shade the Changing Girl & Wonder Woman Special #1
| > Don’t miss the start of a new, six-issue miniseries written and illustrated by Liam Sharp (WONDER WOMAN)! When a Celtic god’s murder leads to a war between the fairy folk and a possible breach between worlds, Wonder Woman must find the murderer and keep the peace while Batman investigates strange occurrences in Gotham City. As Diana must turn to the World’s Greatest Detective for help, the two heroes quickly learn their cases may be connected.nk amateur in an unexciting magical trap.|
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