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Gostei muito dos desenhos, são muito bonitos e da mistura de crenças e mitos da floresta brasileira e dos mitos antigos gregos, essa história deve agradar aos fãs da mulher maravilha que gostariam de vê la numa nova reinterpretacao poderosa e divertida
Another great issue. I feel like this Future State portrait is beautiful by mixing cultures with so much deserved respect. I can't wait to see more of Brazilian culture and how Yara fits in. She's a winner alright!
I've actually gone on to read a couple more Future State titles since reading the first issue of this one and have enjoyed them overall. For this series I liked how this new Wonder Woman's story began but this concludes things rather quickly. I accept that writer Jöelle Jones only had two parts in which to tell it but it nonetheless affects the final outcome. I can't really elaborate on the story details itself with everything so short but will give my impressions of it. I really like how Jones handles the mythological stuff, making the Underworld and its inhabitants feel like something beyond human. I was right that Yara would have to overcome her temper at some point in the story and it does help make her character more relatable. The art is also just as incredible as the last comic. Though this issue doesn't have the space to be something incredible this is not the last we'll see of this Wonder Woman, so look forward to that. 3/5
Yara is a breakout and the writers have spent their limited pages well in making her a fun and emotional read. It's been said countless times but this book looks great and reads briskly, perfect for the format.