Wonder Woman Volume 3: The Truth Review


Wonder Woman Volume 3: The Truth

By Greg Rucka, Liam Sharp (Artist)

I received a free copy go Wonder Woman Volume 3: The Truth from DC Comics in exchange for my honest opinion.

If you want to check out the other book in DC Comics Rebirth series that I have read and reviewed, click here.

If you want to read my reviews of the previous volumes in this series, click here for my review of Volume 1: The Lies.
Click here for my review of Volume 2: Year One.

A part of DC Universe Rebirth!

New York Times best-selling writer Greg Rucka continues his return to WONDER WOMAN! Rucka is joined by fan favorite artist Liam Sharp as Diana’s life is unraveling around her. Diana’s search for the truth about herself, her history, and her home Themyscira, takes her on a journey into darkness. But the price of understanding may be one sacrifice too many for Wonder Woman.

Collects WONDER WOMAN #13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25.

Rebirth honors the richest history in comics, while continuing to look towards the future. These are the most innovative and modern stories featuring the world’s greatest superheroes, told by some of the finest storytellers in the business.

Honoring the past, protecting our present and looking towards the future. This is the next chapter in the ongoing saga of the DC Universe. The legacy continues.

Summary from Goodreads.

For those of you who have been struggling with what is going on in Wonder Woman’s series in Rebirth, The Truth will clear up everything that has happened (well at least it did for me).

The story made both the first and second volumes make a lot more sense, but at the same time it was not necessary to have read either of them. In Volume 1: The Lies, Wonder Woman is confused as to who she really is and this volumes continues on that same path of her trying to find out who she really is. Yes other stuff happens but Wonder Woman’s continuing quest to find out why she is remembering stuff that did not occur and forgetting stuff that happened is the driving force of every event that occurs. We also see Diana having to make hard sacrifices that really helped develop her character in ways that I was not expecting.

The art style was still hit-and-miss for me. At times, it seemed to perfectly capture what was going on during a scene, then at other times it just did not seem to work. Again, it seemed to be the facial expressions that took me out of the story, but luckily the plot sure made up for this.

If you have been struggling with Wonder Woman’s Rebirth title, then Volume 3 will clear everything up for you.


Have you read Wonder Woman Volume 3: The Truth  Do you agree with my review? Let me know your opinion in the comments below!

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