Greg Rucka & Liam Sharp’s Wonder Woman Preview Features Minotaur Wrangling


You all know I haven’t read comics in a while but DC made the wise decision to get Greg Rucka back on Wonder Woman for “Rebirth.” Not that I needed convincing but after this preview I’m definitely sold.


After suffering an unimaginable loss, Wonder Woman must rebuild her mission as Earth’s ultimate protector and champion. DON’T MISS: New York Times best-selling writer Greg Rucka returns to Wonder Woman with a tale that will forever alter the DC icon.

Art by: Liam Sharp, Paulo Siqueira
Variant cover by: Stanley “Artgerm” Lau
Written by: Greg Rucka
U.S. Price: 2.99
On Sale Date: Jun 8 2016

Here’s your first look at the interiors.





Rucka’s previous Wonder Woman run was one of the first chunks of the DC Universe I consumed years ago. I loved it not just for the main character but because she got to actually fight mythological creatures. [Editor’s Note: affiliate link] Check out trade paperbacks of that run on Amazon!

Rucka took to Twitter to give a few more details…

And sharp posted the magnificent black and whites.

The book will be publishing twice a month for six months to start. And if you were wondering how Nicola Scott fits in, my pal Susana Polo writes at Polygon:

Every other issue of Rucka’s run will form an arc called “Lies,” set in the modern DC universe, drawn by Liam Sharp. The others will function as (if not explicitly be called) Wonder Woman: Year One, a traditional naming convention/story construction for DC — but the first time it will be applied to this character. Rucka told the audience at WonderCon that this arc, which Scott will be drawing, has been a dream project for the two creators for years.

It's very nice to be back. Love this lady. #WonderWoman #YearOne #Rebirth

A photo posted by Nicola Scott (@nicolascottart) on

Indeed. Make sure to pre-order this one from your local comic shop.

(via ComicBookResources)

13 Responses to “Greg Rucka & Liam Sharp’s Wonder Woman Preview Features Minotaur Wrangling”

  1. Nuuni Nuunani says:

    Sigh….Not at all a fan of Ruckas run on Wonder Woman. >_>

  2. schumannhertz says:

    Holy shit!!! The artwork is so superhero I love it!! I trust rucka not to fuck this up. Dunno if that trust is misplaced but we shall see!

  3. Spidey Super Comments says:

    I don’t know about the art though. NOT ONE BUTT SHOT??? :D

  4. Ezio says:

    He writes WW really good. She is written as very regal and noble.

  5. wondercube says:

    I can’t wait to really get into a Wondy comic for once. Glad they’re refreshing her, and I hope they fix the issues the past run had.

    • Have you read his previous WW stuff? I would highly recommend trying it out also!

      • wondercube says:

        You know it’s only in the last couple years I’ve become interested in comics, so I haven’t read much WW with the exception of the New 52. I’ve had Perez, Rucka, and Simone’s runs all recommended to me. I’ve gotten a few copies but haven’t had the time to really dig in! I did read Morrison’s WW: Earth One, which I liked well enough aside from a moment or two…

  6. Vel Venturi says:

    The art isn’t doing it for me, but I may give it a look.

  7. the silver ravens says:

    This looks fun! i love when they have a ton of Greek mythology and monsters in wonder woman.

  8. George Trello says:

    The art looks amazing by itself but those COLORS! I am thinking I should get this in print instead of just digitally…

  9. frodobatmanvader says:

    Yay! Wonder Woman, getting the respect she deserves!!

  10. Adrian says: