This Week in Comics: Wonder Woman wins

The Wonder Woman film officially opens in the US today, so it was fitting that DC would release her first Rebirth annual this week. The buzz around the film has been great, and the excellent Wonder Woman Annual #1 only adds to the hype.

Art by Nicola Scott and Romulo Fajardo, Jr.

“The Lazarus Contract” came to an end in Teen Titans Annual #1, and—like most events—it was average at its best, and, well, much worse at its worst. And the annual may be its worst. I don’t know, what did you think? What else did you pick up this week?

Back Issue Review: Wonder Woman — The Hiketeia

Art by J.G. Jones

This is a hard story that doesn’t want easy answers, and a true masterpiece of comic storytelling.

– Jay (read the full review)

Teen Titans Annual #1

Art by Mike McKone and Alex Sinclair

…this feels more like an outline of a story rather than the actual story.

– Josh (read the full review)

Trinity Annual #1

Art by Guillem March and Tomeu Morey

[Trinity Annual #1] comes at a poor time in the series schedule, and the usually-reliable Rob Williams fails to make this book’s intrusion worthwhile.

– Brian (read the full review)

Wonder Woman Annual #1

Art by David LaFuente and John Rauch

…this is a winner through and through, with hardly a weak story in the bunch.

– Jay (read the full review)