Superman/Wonder Woman #1 Review
The hottest new secret super couple to finally make kissie kissie on each other join forces and possibly discover mixing business with pleasure rarely ends on a positive note.
Superman/Wonder Woman is also another team up book that involves Superman with another hot super hero. Villain month is over, and when ol’ Supes not banging heads with Batman he’s banging…er, hanging out with Wonder Woman and doing things. In issue #1 is seems the couple bite off more than they can chew, coming face to face with one of the most disastrous enemies Superman has ever faced back in good ol’ 1992. I’m not going to spoil who the villain is, but here’s a hint, he killed Superman. Once. Here’s a dubstep song that’s possibly dedicated to him (this has not been proven, but it also hasn’t been either).
The books good, I liked it. The story is a balancing act of personal life, secret identities, and moral obligations. Tony Daniel’s pencils are worth noting, they help bring the book up another level. Nothing spectacular, just a good overall book with a fold out cover.
But one glaring thing kept popping in my mind, and it’s all thanks to Kevin Smith and his 1995 cult classic, Mallrats. It’s about a minute into the clip.