Wonder Woman: Lifelines

Wonder Woman: Lifelines

When a grief stricken scientist attempts to recreate his dead son as a computer program, Wonder Woman inexplicably finds herself battling Doomsday, Sinestro, and the original Flash, three powerful beings who are no longer alive. Facing off against her former fallen ally, Green Lantern's deceased archnemesis, and the creature that killed Superman, Princess Diana tries to pi...

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Title:Wonder Woman: Lifelines
Author:John Byrne
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Wonder Woman: Lifelines Reviews

  • Travis

    Byrne's run on Wonder Woman was fun because he took a step back and said 'Yeah, all the mythical stuff is cool, but she's a super hero.' and pushed her back into the DC Universe and had her tangle with super villains and mad scientists.

    Lots of big action, less sub-plot and angst and a good reminder that WW is pretty kick ass.

  • Ivy

    Not too bad. Liked seeing Wonder Woman. Also nice to see cameos from Superman and the supervillains.

  • John Yelverton

    Watching Wonder Woman take on heroes and villains outside of her normal purview was a real treat, and the ending was entirely and classically Wonder Woman.

  • Maythavee

    This was another fantastic volume! Byrne did a great job with this arc. The introduction of Helena and Cassandra Sandsmark was lovely. It's always nice to see Diana interacting with other female characters. Cassandra fangirling over Diana was adorable! I'm loving their relationship so far. It reminded me of Diana and Vanessa. Diana having a job at the Gateway City Museum of Cultural Antiquities as a visiting lecture on Greco-Roman mythology made so much more sense than having her work at a fast

    This was another fantastic volume! Byrne did a great job with this arc. The introduction of Helena and Cassandra Sandsmark was lovely. It's always nice to see Diana interacting with other female characters. Cassandra fangirling over Diana was adorable! I'm loving their relationship so far. It reminded me of Diana and Vanessa. Diana having a job at the Gateway City Museum of Cultural Antiquities as a visiting lecture on Greco-Roman mythology made so much more sense than having her work at a fast food restaurant. The other supporting characters in this arc were also great! I really enjoyed seeing Jason Blood (Etrigan), the Phantom Stranger and Diana working together to fight Morgaine le Fey. One of the things I liked about Byrne's works was the way he set up his next story arc within the current story in a seamless way. It's very clever!

  • Sesana

    I had a bit more fun with this than with the previous volume of Byrne's Wonder Woman, but it still isn't exactly my cup of tea. Wonder Girl fans will want to take a look at it: it has Cassie's first outing as Wonder Girl. And I thought I didn't like her New 52 outfit...

  • Nicolas

    This was much better than the previous volume. The story was a little more together, and the guest stars didn't hurt any. Jason Blood and Phantom Stranger are always interesting and a Superman cameo never hurts. I enjoyed the battles with fake Flash, Sinestro and Doomsday as well.

  • Paxton Holley

    Not bad. Not great. More of the same. Good plot points, but the story and drawing is lackluster.

  • Jeff Raymond

    On one hand, it was significantly better than

    on a lot of levels.

    On the other, the bar to clear was exceptionally low.

    I really have little positive to say about this - the artwork was still poor, the writing uninspiring, and many of the same problems from

    persist here. I'll just look for the next Wonder Woman volume and move on.

  • Barbara

    Comprising issues #106-112 of Wonder Woman, John Byrne takes the iconic character and gives her dozens of secondary characters and a sidekick of sorts (Cassandra Sandsmark, soon to be Wonder Girl).

    This is strange, because Byrne usually focuses on the title character. In the first story, a mysterious tapestry draws the attention of Morgaine LeFay and The Phantom Stranger. Jason Blood/Etrigan makes an appearance as well, but there’s little room for Wonder Woman in all this (even Diana

    Comprising issues #106-112 of Wonder Woman, John Byrne takes the iconic character and gives her dozens of secondary characters and a sidekick of sorts (Cassandra Sandsmark, soon to be Wonder Girl).

    This is strange, because Byrne usually focuses on the title character. In the first story, a mysterious tapestry draws the attention of Morgaine LeFay and The Phantom Stranger. Jason Blood/Etrigan makes an appearance as well, but there’s little room for Wonder Woman in all this (even Diana remarks at one point how little she knows about the tapestry and its time period). The artwork is flashy and large, but there’s little in the way of dialogue.

    In the second story, we get cameos from clones of the Flash, Sinestro, and Doomsday, as well as a newer hero calling himself Champion. But the story doesn’t really gel, and it seems that Wonder Woman is a guest star in her own comic. Only if you’re a diehard fan of the character; otherwise, give this a pass and read Greg Rucka’s or Gail Simone’s take on the legendary Amazon.

  • Don

    I saw it at the library and decided to give it a try. Wonder Woman is a pretty cool super hero, it just seems like the people around her are lame in her own series. I really liked her in the Injustice books, but this just seemed so campy and goofy. Glad I checked it out, not my cup of tea. Other writers have done much better with her character in other stories.

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