Wonder Woman (2016-) #65 Review

Title: Wonder Woman (2016-) #65
Publisher: DC
Words: G. Willow Wilson
Art: Jesus Merino
Colors: Romulo Fajardo Jr. 
Published: February 27, 2019

Publisher’s Summary: If you asked Wonder Woman who her nemesis is, she might just say Veronica Cale—and now Veronica has the powers of the actual god Nemesis under her control! Some of the resurrected Olympians whom Wonder Woman has encountered have changed in unpredictable ways…is there a crack in Nemesis’ armor that Diana can get through? Or will she miss the chance to redeem yet another of her divine brethren?


Review

Not everything is as it seems, and Wonder Woman is at the center once again. Nemesis continue to wreak havoc on the city. Meanwhile, Wonder Woman struggles with the possibility of losing her homeland and her family.

Wonder Woman (2016-) #65 pulls a fast one on readers as that tables turn on Wonder Woman. G. Willow Wilson continues to push Wonder Woman’s limits, testing her mental strength. While Wonder Woman meets every challenge Wilson throws her way, you have to wonder if this Amazon is ever battle weary from her troubles. At present, it appears Wonder Woman is as determined as ever.  Wonder Woman (2016-) #65 delivers another exciting piece to the puzzle, leaving readers with a bit of hope.

The art this issue is stunning. Jesus Merino continues to draw an intense series, depicting Wonder Woman’s various struggles. Complementing Wilson’s hopeful ending, Merino’s final panel is simply stunning, embracing all the possibilities that lay ahead for Wonder Woman.

The Bottom Line

G. Willow Wilson keeps Wonder Woman and readers on their toes; Wonder Woman (2016-) #65 is another excellent issue, moving our hero towards paths unknown.

The Bottom Line
G. Willow Wilson keeps Wonder Woman and readers on their toes; Wonder Woman (2016-) #65 is another excellent issue, moving our hero towards paths unknown.
Yes!
G. Willow Wilson keeps Wonder Woman and readers on their toes this issue.
No...
8.7
Score

Jaimee Nadzan
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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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