Wonder Woman (2016-) #63 Review

Title: Wonder Woman (2016-) #63
Publisher: DC
Words: G. Willow Wilson
Art: Emanuela Lupacchino
Colors: Romulo Fajardo, Jr.
Published: January 30, 2019

Publisher’s Summary: When Themyscira and the remnants of Olympus fell, the Gods weren’t the only refugees to come to Earth. A small horde of mystical creatures have found their way here, and they’re determined to start new lives…but what happens when the people of our world are equally determined not to let them? Can Diana open their minds and show them that a centaur is more than half a person?


Wonder Woman helps her mythical friends as they attempt to adjust to life away from Themyscira. Chaos ensues, but hope is not lost for this misfit trio.

Wonder Woman (2016-) #63 takes the pressure off of Wonder Woman as G. Willow Wilson brings a new cast of characters to the forefront. This transition slows down Wonder Woman’s storyline but gives readers an enjoyable side adventure. Wonder Woman (2016-) #63 centers around the stranded trio as Wilson continues to ask the bigger questions. The trio face questions of fitting in and finding a place in society, similar to Wonder Woman’s own struggle. Through the trio, Wilson finds new ways to explore the problems that plague our hero, and potentially new avenues to resolutions.

Emanuela Lupacchino’s artwork brings new life to the trio, bringing the group out of the shadows and into the spotlight. Panel to panel, these characters shine at the center of the story, emphasizing the uniqueness of the trio. Throughout the issue, Lupacchino’s art was simply stunning.

The Bottom Line

A bit slower than the last issue, Wonder Woman (2016-) #63 is an entertaining side adventure featuring a lovable trio of characters.

The Bottom Line
A bit slower than the last issue, Wonder Woman (2016-) #63 is an entertaining side adventure featuring a lovable trio of characters.
An entertaining side adventure.

Jaimee Nadzan
Jaimee Nadzanhttps://www.thebrazenbull.com
When she's not hanging with her gang at The Bronze, this young Sunnydale resident slays...wait, no, that's Buffy Summers. Jaimee serves as Editor here at The Brazen Bull.

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