The story of any super hero is one of change. The moment when a hero gets their powers, the moment when they realize the cost and effects of using those powers, the moment when they understand how having powers gives them a life fundamentally different from those around them—it's all change. Outside of the story and behind the scenes, the longevity of super heroes means their origins and motivations fluctuate with the decades. Both kinds of change are faced head-on in WONDER WOMAN VOL.
It’s been Diana who’s been in wonder through much of “Year One,” the Greg Rucka/Nicola Scott storyline that continues in this week’s WONDER WOMAN #12. Ever since she arrived in the world of man, the Amazonian princess has been astounded by what our world has to offer…as well as shocked by the violence mankind is capable of. After working with Steve Trevor and Etta Candy to subdue a terrorist attack, Diana tests her newly acquired abilities as Steve’s superiors look for answers about the incident.
It’s been three months now since Rebirth launched with Geoff Johns’ DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH. Since then, we’ve seen the debut of 25 different comics that have continued carrying the Rebirth torch in thrilling, emotional and utterly exciting ways. With many of these comics releasing twice monthly, some of them are now either nearing or reaching the end of their first story arcs.
The DC Super Hero Girls web series may be wrapping up its first season, but the fun is just beginning. The coming weeks will see the release of toys books, apparel, accessories and more featuring all the Super Hero High characters you've been getting to know at the DC Super Hero Girls website since it launched in October.