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Wonder Woman: Warbringer: The Graphic Novel

By Michael Berry, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 12+

Teen superhero tests her powers in thrilling adventure tale.

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Female superheroes used to get short shrift, but this portrait of an iconic fighter demonstrates that young women can be courageous, resourceful, and undaunted. Original author Leigh Bardugo and adapter Louise Simonson devise a plot for Wonder Woman: Warbringer that's engrossing, unusual, and well choreographed. The supporting cast is interesting and suitably diverse. The narrative's level of suspense remains high throughout. It's fun to see Diana as a teen: a little insecure but ready to face off against all sorts of enemies, magical and mundane. Younger readers may see this volume as a stepping stone to other DC Comics graphic novels.

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