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Weekly Wonder Woman: Action Comics #30

Posted on April 4, 2014 | Post a comment | Bookmark and Share

Action Comics #30

Only one comic is featuring the Amazon princess this week – boo! – and it’s Action Comics #30, which serves as a start to the ‘Superman Doomed’ crossover arc that’s going to be running through Action Comics, Superman/Wonder Woman, Superman et al over the coming month or so.

Unfortunately, DC’s timings are all a bit off, so Wondy only appears in one pane of the issue…

Wonder Woman flashback. Or flashforward

…in which Superman recalls that time when Harrow – the ghost soldier who can raises armies of the dead in a manner somewhat akin to Ares back in Wonder Woman – got her soldiers to try to kill Wonder Woman. You remember that, don’t you? You don’t? Oh, that’s because that’s happening next week in Superman/Wonder Woman #7. Not at all confusing, hey?

Oh well, that’s all folks!

Related entries

  • May 20, 2014: Weekly Wonder Woman: Superman/Wonder Woman #8, Action Comics #31, Superman Doomed #1, Futures End #0, Smallville: Lantern #10 and Justice League Beyond #20
    A review of the comics featuring Wonder Woman in the week ending 20/5/2014, including Superman/Wonder Woman #8, Action Comics #31, Superman Doomed #1, Futures End #0, Smallville: Lantern #10 and Justice League Beyond #20
  • May 25, 2014: Weekly Wonder Woman: Wonder Woman #31, Batman-Superman #11, Forever Evil #7 and Justice League #30
    A round-up of the DC comics featuring Wonder Woman in the week end 24th May 2014

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