The Legend of Wonder Woman Vol. 1: Origins
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The Legend of Wonder Woman Vol. 1: Origins

A new 9-issue miniseries with a story written and pencilled by Renae De Liz ("The Last Unicorn")! In the beginning, there was only chaos. But Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons, saw a better future--and eventually, her daughter would be destined to bring that new world to life. Before her ultimate fate unfolds, though, Diana of Themyscira must learn the important lessons of an Amazonian childhood!

Collects the 27 digital chapters of "The Legend of Wonder Woman," later released in print form for 9 issues.

Title:The Legend of Wonder Woman Vol. 1: Origins
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:350 pages

    The Legend of Wonder Woman Vol. 1: Origins Reviews

  • Anne
    Feb 24, 2017

    3.5 starsThe artwork here is just beautiful. Really. I think I probably enjoyed looking at the pictures far more than I did reading the story.Not that the story is bad. It isn't.Worst case scenario, t...

  • P.C. Cast
    Mar 12, 2017

    This was a quick, satisfying read! I loved getting to know young Diana, and following her as she became Wonder Woman. The writing is smart. The illustrations are gorgeous. I highly recommend! ...

  • Sesana
    Dec 29, 2016

    Drags a bit in the middle section (which may have something to do with this being short digital comics to begin with), but is otherwise a very good look at Wonder Woman's origin, placing her in World ...

  • Shadowdenizen
    Sep 26, 2016

    Yes, the origin story of Wonder Woman has been done may times over the years.And yes, they're even rebooting the origin story before this mini-series is even completed!That said, this 9-issue minserie...

  • Andrés
    Oct 01, 2016

    This is not really a review of the hardcover edition of The Legend of Wonder Woman since it releases on December. However, I have bought and read every single digital issue on Comixology and thought i...

  • Erica
    Feb 14, 2017

    This made me feel so young and fresh, like I'd just stepped from bathing in the blood of virgins, or something. Maybe. I don't actually bathe in the blood of anybody and I'm not sure that anyone would...

  • Amber
    Dec 30, 2016

    I've seen a lot of negative remarks as to how "wordy this is for a comic" and I need to point out that it's not a comic, it's a graphic novel. Graphic novels will be more "wordy". There are distinct d...

  • Thomas Maluck
    Jun 19, 2016

    Librarians: stock this on your comics shelves when it comes out in print December 2016! This is the version of Wonder Woman that young eyes can read, that goes on an adventure, that advocates compassi...

  • Aj
    Mar 22, 2017

    My childhood a book, in my hands, is happiness on paper. Enjoyed the tale even with a few eye rolls. Disappointed in the portrayal of the gods but unsurprised as man always blames the gods f...

  • Yves
    Oct 12, 2016

    It's rare that I still give a comic book 5 stars these days. Most superhero comics are so generic and repetitive that they are usually pretty boring. Renae de Liz delivers a wonderful reimagining of W...

About Renae De Liz

RENAE DE LIZ is the artist of the New York Times Best-Seller "The Last Unicorn," the creator and manager of critically acclaimed "Womanthology" project, and several other books including Anne Rice's "Servant of the Bones," Jennifer Love Hewitt's "Music Box," and her own creator-owned titled "Lady Powerpunch!" She works with her husband Ray Dillon (inker & colorist of all the projects listed) w