Diana Prince, Wonder Woman, Vol. 2 by Robert Kanigher Mike Sekowsky Dick Giordano Irv Novick Online

Diana Prince, Wonder Woman, Vol. 2
Title : Diana Prince, Wonder Woman, Vol. 2
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ISBN : 9781401218256
Language : English
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 176

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Diana Prince, Wonder Woman, Vol. 2 Reviews

  • Lolly's Library

    In a way, in many ways, this collection was almost worse than the first volume of this series. The sexism is more rampant thanks to stories in which Wonder Woman fights Lois Lane for the attention and hand in marriage of Superman (The Superman-Wonder Woman Team) and Bruce Wayne hits on Wonder Woman while fretting over the hit his ego will take if he lets a woman and a blind man (yup, I Ching is still hanging around) save him from the bad guys beating him up (The Widow-Maker). And while I believe [...]

  • Andy

    Great collection of mod late Sixties Wonder Woman comics. In this collection Diana Prince fights an evil hippie "family" who kidnap a rich runaway, battles a witch named Morgana who turns a Bobby Sherman-type hunk into a frog, catfights Lois Lane over Superman (priceless), and gets hit on by Bruce Wayne at some sleazy French speedway. The hormones are poppin' all over this one - if you ever wanted to see Raquel Welch in her own comic here's your big chance.

  • Milky Mixer

    "New Wonder Woman" Diana Prince continues her Charlie's Angels/Emma Peel style adventures, and although they are dated by today's comic book and political standards, these comics are still a lot of FUN! In volume 2, Diana saves a runaway teen from a creepy Manson Family gang called "Them!", rescues Bruce Wayne from a murderous race car driver, and competes with Lois Lane for the affections of Superman (how crazy was THAT story? poor Lois!) as her glamorous missions take her around the globe. But [...]

  • Ang

    This is by far my least favorite of the Wonder Woman story variations.I didn't like this for various reasons:1.) Wonder Woman gives up her immortality and super powers to be a mortal for Steve Trevor.2.) She runs a mod boutique.3.) Her martial arts master/teacher is named I Ching.4.) Wonder Woman is being utilized as a stereotypical female trope that was popular in the 1960s.The only thing I like about this was the illustrations of the panels and Wonder Woman's mod wardrobe.Other than that, I di [...]

  • Fraser Sherman

    A drop in quality from the first collection, possibly because DC veteran artist Mike Sekowsky was doing 100 percent of the writing. Problematic elements include a creepy, BDSM trio of villains (I'm inclined to say the subtext is meant to be lesbian), Diana dressing up in "yellowface" and Dr. Cyber, whom I liked in the first volume, being reduced to a scarred-and-angry-about-it villain. This might make 2.5 stars but generally it just limps along.

  • Eric

    Another awesome collection of groovy Diana Prince stories. My favorite chapter features Wonder Woman applying yellow face paint (and a little eye shadow) to sneak into China. And later, before saving an entire fishing village from enslavement, she finds the time to take a bath and wash her hair.

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  • Layla

    I read this in its entirety to my 7-year old stepdaughter, who is a big WW fan. Personally, I don't care for superhero comics, but she loved it, and it gave me opportunities to talk about sexism (because there's a lot of it in hereracism, too!Good old 1960s)

  • Ann Santori

    Love the inclusion of WW stories from other comics of the era (the Lois Lane-WW crossover is like hitting GOLD for 1970s sexism). Better than the first volume by far, I would say.

  • Phoenix

    Enjoyable, despite being dated. A good read for getting to know Wonder Woman.

  • Northlake Library

    Love the inclusion of WW stories from other comics of the era (the Lois Lane-WW crossover is like hitting GOLD for 1970s sexism). Better than the first volume by far, I would say.