Dy's Take

October 11, 2009

Wonder Woman: The Contest by William Messner-Loebs

Filed under: graphic novel — Dy @ 13:18

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I enjoyed this so much I’m debating buying the next volume re: Artemis so I can read it, since my library doesn’t have it 😦

Great issue about the morality of WW’s role in society, both human and Amazonian. Also a nifty sneak-peek at the Amazon’s genealogy.

The 8yo loved it, too. There were one or two violent scenes, only one, really, that I wish she hadn’t seen, but I think my making a big deal out of it would have made it stick in her head more so I left it alone.

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2 Comments »

  1. There’s a good PBS documentary — cannot remember the name — of women fliers during WWII.

    Comment by Octopusgrabbus — October 11, 2009 @ 15:59 | Reply

  2. Looks like an interesting read for sure.

    Happy Canadian Thanksgiving, and Happy Columbus Day America!

    Comment by freda mans — October 12, 2009 @ 10:03 | Reply


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