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Wonder Girl #1: 2022 Annual

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After an unforgettable first visit to Themyscira (see Trial of the Amazons), Yara Flor has been crowned Wonder Girl and her Esquecida tribe accepted into the Amazon sisterhood…so what now? The jungles of Brazil beckon our heroes home, just in time for some new adventures! You won’t want to miss this oversize issue packed with never-before-seen stories about the mysterious After an unforgettable first visit to Themyscira (see Trial of the Amazons), Yara Flor has been crowned Wonder Girl and her Esquecida tribe accepted into the Amazon sisterhood…so what now? The jungles of Brazil beckon our heroes home, just in time for some new adventures! You won’t want to miss this oversize issue packed with never-before-seen stories about the mysterious new tribe and their most famous member!


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After an unforgettable first visit to Themyscira (see Trial of the Amazons), Yara Flor has been crowned Wonder Girl and her Esquecida tribe accepted into the Amazon sisterhood…so what now? The jungles of Brazil beckon our heroes home, just in time for some new adventures! You won’t want to miss this oversize issue packed with never-before-seen stories about the mysterious After an unforgettable first visit to Themyscira (see Trial of the Amazons), Yara Flor has been crowned Wonder Girl and her Esquecida tribe accepted into the Amazon sisterhood…so what now? The jungles of Brazil beckon our heroes home, just in time for some new adventures! You won’t want to miss this oversize issue packed with never-before-seen stories about the mysterious new tribe and their most famous member!

34 review for Wonder Girl #1: 2022 Annual

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kastie Pavlik

    I wish Jones had done the art for the annual. I'm not crazy about the shifting styles or the Disney-esque look for the final pages. But, I'm just happy that we got a Yara Flor annual with all the shake ups at DC. I hope this title continues in some form. As for the story...the into with Jerry's origin is a bit sad. :( Of course, that is if it is true. ;) Yara's present kind of mimicked the story she told about Jerry, yet focused on the power of youth rather than the struggle to keep up. I wish Jones had done the art for the annual. I'm not crazy about the shifting styles or the Disney-esque look for the final pages. But, I'm just happy that we got a Yara Flor annual with all the shake ups at DC. I hope this title continues in some form. As for the story...the into with Jerry's origin is a bit sad. :( Of course, that is if it is true. ;) Yara's present kind of mimicked the story she told about Jerry, yet focused on the power of youth rather than the struggle to keep up.

  2. 4 out of 5

    James

    The art, as to be expected from Joelle Jones, is awesome but there isn't a lot of story in here. I really liked the origin of Jerry the horse but the other story was just kind of your standard superhero fight. It was good, nothing exceptional, it was on par with what you'd probably should expect from an annual. The art, as to be expected from Joelle Jones, is awesome but there isn't a lot of story in here. I really liked the origin of Jerry the horse but the other story was just kind of your standard superhero fight. It was good, nothing exceptional, it was on par with what you'd probably should expect from an annual.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Burton Olivier

    I'm ashamed to say it took me this long to realize they made Yara because they wanted an Amazon that was actually from the Amazon. I'm ashamed to say it took me this long to realize they made Yara because they wanted an Amazon that was actually from the Amazon.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Amy Walker - Trans-Scribe Reviews

    So the Wonder Girl annual is a bit of a weird one. It's story is split all over the place, and with four different artists working on the book it never manages to feel like a coherent whole. The issue begin strong enough, with the best part of the issue, with a history for Jerry the Pegasus. Jerry has been Yara's partner since her solo series, but we've had relatively little info about him. Here we get a pretty dark and sad backstory for him that makes it so that you'll never really look at him t So the Wonder Girl annual is a bit of a weird one. It's story is split all over the place, and with four different artists working on the book it never manages to feel like a coherent whole. The issue begin strong enough, with the best part of the issue, with a history for Jerry the Pegasus. Jerry has been Yara's partner since her solo series, but we've had relatively little info about him. Here we get a pretty dark and sad backstory for him that makes it so that you'll never really look at him the same way again. The rest of the issue sees Yara head to a festival to try and find Joao, one of the guys that she was flirty with in her series. Unfortunately for her, since they last saw each other he's gotten himself a girlfriend. However, Yara's amazon sisters recognise the woman as The Cuca, an evil magic being. The Cuca reveals herself to the group and a fight ensues. Meanwhile, monster begin to attack the amazon city of Akahim, which might be connected with The Cuca. We also get flashbacks to The Cuca's origin, and how she became cursed. There's really about four different things happening in this issue, and whilst Jerry's story is nicely kept to one side as a prologue, the other three intercut with each other at multiple points, jumping from narrative to narrative. Each segment also has its own artist, and you end up changing between three different artists too. The biggest problem is, none of the stories here feel particularly interesting. It feels a lot like this issue is trying to tidy up hanging plot threads from the previous Wonder Girl run, but there's not really much let to do that for. We didn't know where Jerry came from, but he didn't really need an origin. Joao and Yara were flirty with each other and then we never saw him again, but I didn't really need to see him again as he brought little to the series. And The Cuca was featured in maybe a panel or two in one issue and made a vague threat-like thing, so she's back now, but I'd honestly forgotten about her. Yara is an interesting and fun character, but I think she needs her world to be better built. This issue shows off that the supporting cast that surround her aren't really that well defined, nor interesting. Her intro series was pretty short, and since then she's been in parts of other peoples stories. It feels like she needs to be the focus a bit more. Hopefully Yara will be back again, and that we'll keep seeing more from her as she's a character I really do like; but this issue doesn't really do much to show her off.

  5. 4 out of 5

    John Williams

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    Fabian

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    Rafaela

  8. 4 out of 5

    Stuart Meldrum

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    Larry

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    Gordon

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    Paul Young

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    Charlotte

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    Brandon Roberts

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    Anny Barros

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    Richard Lockhart

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    Mer

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    Stuart

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    Gabe Kłosowski

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    Paul Stanis

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    Dia

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    Judy Hall

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Baratta

  23. 5 out of 5

    Stavroula

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    Joanna

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    Calley

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    Katherine Buman

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    Joseph Schad

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    David Rickard

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    Kiril

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    Frank Contreras

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    h

  33. 5 out of 5

    scrbl

  34. 4 out of 5

    audrey

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