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Wonder Woman #795

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Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 7 critic ratings.

As trouble continues to mount in Olympus, Wonder Woman begins to understand that the gods have taken a particular interest in mortals for the first time in centuries.

Now, with her new partner, Wonder Girl Yara Flor, she hopes to defend Man’s World from whatever the immortal beings are preparing… but will these Wonder Women be enough?

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
36 pages
Language
English
Price
$4.99
Amazon ASIN
B0BPTLX8DR

29%
43%
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7 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 96

    You Don't Read Comics

    Its always fun to see two Wonder Women team up. Given the number of different incarnations shes had, one would think that it would happen a whole lot more often than it does. Yara and Diana are excellent together in a surprisingly nuanced action sequence that is contrasted with the terror of the Titan in the main feature. Bellaire has had the enviable position of being able to completely define her own version of Young Diana at the end of each issue. Shes shown steady progression and smart pacing in the life of the young hero, which has been great fun to see develop.
  • 90

    DC Comics News

    Wonder Woman #795 is even better than last issue and this story arc is not only moving forward in an interesting and exciting manner, but the creators are working at a very high level to deliver balanced action and character and something extra, too. The surprise appearances in both the main story and the back up, Adventures of Young Diana, work well. This issue should provide something for everyone!
  • 80

    Geek Dad

    The war between the Amazons and the Gods is ramping up, and this chaotic issue definitely ramps up the action.
  • 80

    Comic Watch

    Wonder Woman has a lot on her plate for the "Before the Storm" story arc, so it's only fitting that she calls in some help from the newest Wonder Girl, Yara Flor. While some fans might have wished for Cassie or Donna, the issue did a great job presenting the conflict between Yara and the manipulative god Eros.
  • 70

    Lyles Movie Files

    Writers Michael W. Conrad and Becky Cloonan tend to have decent ideas for story arcs, but this is another example where their weak dialogue undermines a potentially thrilling scenario. (...) Artist Amancay Nahuelpan brings a lively, energetic flow to the pages with dramatic poses and expressions. Sometimes the characters look too intense for the moment but that’s preferable to them not showing any emotion. Colorist Tamra Bonvillain utilizes a warm palette with darker oranges and yellows that’s inviting and pleasing to the eye. Conrad and Cloonan end the issue with an interesting cliffhanger, but as always with their run it’s more a matter of them delivering a satisfying resolution that will determine if this arc proves memorable or entertaining.
  • 60

    ComicBook.com

    I genuinely wish that I knew what the magic combination was for a good Wonder Woman comic. While Wonder Woman #795 is an improvement over the previous issue—largely in that it's well-paced and full of action—it also falls into what too many Wonder Woman stories do and that's treat Diana as a sidekick or supporting character in her own story. (...) Art wise, Amancay Nahuelpan does a great job with this, however and Michael W. Conrad and Becky Cloonan do pull out a solid cliffhanger, but still, this whole title—and this issue—would be better served with a little focus.
  • 60

    Weird Science DC Comics

    Wonder Woman #795 steps up the action during a full-on assault by the Olympian gods on Earth. The motivation for the attack makes sense, and the action is entertaining, but Wonder Woman is treated like a sidekick in her own title, and the male characters are treated like mindless cannon fodder.

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About the Author: Becky Cloonan

Becky Cloonan (born 23 June) is an American comic book creator, known for work published by Tokyopop and Vertigo. In 2012 she became the first female artist to draw the main Batman title for DC Comics.

Early life

Becky Cloonan was born in Pisa, Italy. She attended New York’s School of Visual Arts.

Career

Cloonan and her friends produced a comics anthology that they called Meathaus.

Cloonan created minicomics as a member of the Meathaus collective before collaborating with Brian Wood on Channel Zero: Jennie One in 2003. Since then, her profile (and workload) has steadily risen; her best-known work to date has been the twelve-issue comics series Demo (2004), also with Wood. Wizard named Demo its 2004 Indie of the Year. The series was also nominated for two Eisner Awards in 2005, for Best Limited Series and Best Single Issue or One-Shot (the latter of which was for Demo #7, “One Shot, Don’t Miss”).

Cloonan’s first solo graphic novel, East Coast Rising Volume 1, was released by Tokyopop in 2006. East Coast Rising: Volume 1 marked Cloonan’s third Eisner Award nomination in 2007, this time for Best New Series. She also collaborated with writer Steven T. Seagle on the Vertigo Comics series American Virgin, which was cancelled with the 23rd issue. In 2012 she became the first woman to draw the main Batman title.

In 2013, she did the art for the series The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys, which is written by Gerard Way and Shaun Simon. In 2014/2015, she also co-created and did cover art and stories for Gotham Academy from DC Comics.

In 2015, she was voted #3 of the top 50 female comics artists of all-time. She was also one of only two creators to make the list as both writer and artist, voted #14 among all-time top writers.

In 2017, Cloonan was one of several artists participating in the Pow! Wow! Worcester festival, the purpose of which was to bring large public murals to buildings throughout Worcester, Massachusetts. Cloonan painted her mural, which she completed on Labor Day, on the building housing the comic shop That’s Entertainment.

In July 2021, DC Comics announced that Cloonan and Michael W. Conrad would co-write Batgirls, a new series which would focus on Barbara Gordon’s mentorship of Cassandra Cain and Stephanie Brown. The debut issue was released on December 14, 2021, and garnered a positive review from Dustin Holland of CBR.com.

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