Wonder Woman: Second Genesis

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DC Comics, 1997 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 128 pages
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Totally devoid of conscience or morality, Darkseid is a godlike being who desires nothing more than complete control of the entire universe. In 'Wonder Woman - Second Genesis', the brutal ruler of the planet Apokolips looks to achieve his malicious goal by usurping the power of the Olympian gods. Descending upon Wonder Woman's fabled Paradise Island, the ruthless tyrant begins a campaign of destruction which ends with the defeat of the mythological deities. Now with Darkseid's plan coming to fruition it is up to Princess Diana and her Amazon sisters to save their gods as well as the universe from annihilation.

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Review: Wonder Woman: Second Genesis (Wonder Woman II #7)

User Review  - Nicholas Palmieri - Goodreads

This has some entertaining superhero action, but there's nothing to really set Wonder Woman as a character apart from any other superhero. The plot here is messy- we get some solid lead-in to an ... Read full review

Review: Wonder Woman: Second Genesis (Wonder Woman II #7)

User Review  - Jeff Raymond - Goodreads

The most "what the heck?" Wonder Woman trade I've read yet. A fairly pedestrian story with some truly tragic artwork and...yeah, this was not good at all. At all. Read full review

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Byrne was born in Walsall, England, in 1950. His family emigrated to Canada in 1958. He found himself at the Alberta College of Art, in Calgary, where he completed two and a half years of a four-year course in Fine Arts.

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