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.
Bryan Hitch has long been known for his skill at rendering exciting super hero action at the largest scale. And now, having recently completed a dozen issues of JUSTICE LEAGUE and ten of the pre-Rebirth JLA, he’s shown that he’s just as adept at writing it as well. Of course, the fact that he’s been partnered with Tony S.