Wonder Woman, Volume 6: Children of the Gods

Wonder Woman, Volume 6: Children of the Gods

Spinning out of the pages of DC Universe Rebirth and Justice League: Darkseid War, legendary writer James Robinson (JSA: The Golden Age, Starman) comes on board to answer one of the biggest questions of the year: Who is Wonder Woman's brother? Taken away from Themyscira in the dead of night, the mysterious Jason has been hidden somewhere far from the sight of gods and men.. Spinning out of the pages of DC Universe Rebirth and Justice League: Darkseid War, legendary writer James Robinson (J...

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Title:Wonder Woman, Volume 6: Children of the Gods
Author:James Robinson
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1401284248
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:168 pages pages

Wonder Woman, Volume 6: Children of the Gods Reviews

  • Adam Roll
    Jan 14, 2019
    Very cool comic book that is incredibly hard to talk about without warning for spoilers. I just noticed that Comixology Unlimited has DC comics now and so a lot of comic book reading and reviewing is going to go down. This was Wonder Woman, yeah that's right, at her best, in a godpunk ...
  • Kat
    Mar 30, 2018
    Basic plot: Darkseid is murdering the children of Zeus to regain power and Diana finds out that she has a twin brother in danger. I don't know how I feel about Diana having a hidden brother just yet. He doesn't have much character development, yet, so it's hard to say what he will b...
  • Robert
    Oct 14, 2018
    Radically rewriting the past, dependent upon having read a completely separate mini-series, and filled out with a repetitive one-shot that doesn't even include WW and only rehashes the made-up crap they already relayed in the preceding volumes, this hits a trifecta of reasons not to bo...
  • Scott Lee
    Dec 19, 2018
    It's probably more a 3.5, but I'm more certain it's not a four than I am at the exact 3-4 rating. Robinson tells a nifty story here, the first follow up to the Darkseid war and Darkseid's death and rebirth that I've seen--although I read enough it's possible I'm forgetting. Diana d...
  • Jan-Erik
    Sep 12, 2018
    A superficial story amounting to a series of uninspired, predictable fight scenes, flat characters, inane dialogue: this book is easily one of the dullest, most uninspired Wonder Woman installments I have read in ages. A pity! ...
  • Dakota Morgan
    Nov 22, 2018
    The exhausting revolving door of Wonder Woman authors now falls to James Robinson...and he's fine. Better than the previous volume, at the very least. The plot is straightforward: WW discovers she has a brother, Jason. Meanwhile, Darkseid and Grail harvest Zeus's children to rejuvenate...
  • Kristin
    Oct 09, 2018
    Is Wonder Woman so hard to right that even James Robinson can't handle her? Or is editorial so strict that there's no longer time for stories to evolve naturally? In just 7 issues WW discovers her long long brother, finds him, bonds with him (view spoiler)[ is betrayed by him and saved...
  • M
    Jan 19, 2019
    James Robinson explores the complicated family of Wonder Woman in this sixth volume of the Amazon princess. The book opens with the return of Grail, the dark Amazon, on a mission to slaughter the demigods of Earth. Her current target is none other than Hercules, who had gone into a lif...
  • Dan
    Feb 11, 2019
    Great concept but mediocre output. An okay read. ...
  • Will Robinson Jr.
    Aug 23, 2018
    After Greg Rucka left this series I stopped keeping up with the book. I felt that he had a genuine direction he wanted to take Diana and since then everything after just appeared to be filler to me until DC Comics could find a team to build on Rucka's epic run. I have come to believe t...
  • Jess
    Nov 28, 2018
    Solid Wonder Woman book but I'm a little annoyed they spent all of the beginning of rebirth going back to pre-new 52 origins of Wonder Woman and then just to disregard it all and go back the her being a demigod. Kind of annoying but that's comics, continuity is just a word to toss arou...
  • Chris Lemmerman
    Aug 10, 2018
    [Read as single issues] In the wake of the Darkseid War, Wonder Woman learned that she was not an only child. Now, it?s time for her to finally meet her long lost brother, but Jason isn?t quite as happy to see her as she is to see him. And he?s not the only one returning to he...
  • TheYALibrarian
    Nov 05, 2018
    Eh liked the earlier volumes better got so bored I just ended up skimming the whole thing. ...
  • Adam Fisher
    Nov 06, 2018
    It is said that there are many 'Children of the Gods', all over the world. Wonder Woman herself is a Daughter of Zeus. So far....at least to my knowledge... we have never met any of Diana's siblings. Here we meet two. Grail, daughter of Darkseid (see Justice League Vol 7 and 8: Darks...
  • Fraser Sherman
    Nov 24, 2018
    1.5. If I hadn't read a lot of negative press in advance, it might have made 2 stars. Maybe. The art is good and when Diana's in action, she's pretty awesome. Arrayed against that we have: the New 52 version of the New Gods, which is never a plus; Grail, an uninteresting daughter of ...
  • Stephanie Ross
    Oct 13, 2018
    Jason--Diana's twin brother! I was getting ready for a predictable plot twist where Jason and Diana would meet, he'd be cool at first, and then some mix-up betrayal would turn him bad. They didn't do that...exactly. I'll not spoil what they did do, but at first I was surprised (not ple...
  • Jesse A
    Jan 08, 2019
    Good story, good art. No complaints. ...
  • Imogene
    Nov 08, 2018
    I?m liking Grail as a character, but I do find the cross over stories a little less enjoyable. It?s less fun if you?re not up to date with JL ...
  • Iris Nevers
    Jul 20, 2018
    [Read in single issues] Wonder Woman was starting to drag to me but when her brother was added to the fold things started to get more and more interesting. Having a brother who is inexperienced and is just all around a screw up adds some extra drama to Diana's life and gives her somet...
  • Erica McGillivray
    Nov 27, 2018
    Robinson: "What if this Wonder Woman book was about... wait for it... a man?" DC: "Great idea, bro!" You know it's quality when in the last issue, it takes 2 pencillers, 3 inkers, 1 colorist, and 1 letterer to finish it. ...
  • Rod Brown
    Nov 23, 2018
    I guess it is fair game in the DC Universe Rebirth reboot, but I hate the introduction of secret siblings to long-standing characters. Throw in the ridiculous Darkseid-as-toddler storyline, and I'm not going to be able to give a crap about anything that happens between the covers of yo...
  • Chad
    Oct 23, 2018
    Robinson picks up the threads laid by Geoff Johns in Justice League: Darkseid War and runs with them. I like that Robinson has a larger plan for the book besides just this arc. Even though Jason has an entire issue devoted to him in Robinson's patented Times Past issues, he has all the...
  • Wing Kee
    Jun 08, 2018
    3.5 Woh and meh at the same time. World: The art was solid, it was emotive and kinetic when needed. The colors were a bit flat but oh well. The world building on the ortherhand was pretty solid. I thought Fontana would have a longer run but oh well James Robinson is a good choice a...
  • Dr Rashmit Mishra
    Nov 03, 2018
    Mediocrity , Wonder Woman Vol. 6 , be thou name . I think as a whole this issue might impress people , but considering the awesomeness that preceded with Rucka's Wonder woman run , it's very dissappointing. The thing I hated the most was Mr. Generic from Town Amazon , Jason . Not...
  • ellis
    Feb 05, 2019
    fine, but... where was wonder woman? why was her brother such a useless, boring, beefy twit? this was a fine comic, fine darkseid story, but it was not about or focused on its titular character. ...
  • Max Van Dyke
    Sep 19, 2018
    3.5/5 ?? at times it's great at others it's a bit dull. Overall this is a solid volume and I enjoyed it a lot. Wonder Woman has been one of my favourite rebirth titles thus far and this is a welcomed addition to the already fantastic series. When I heard the title 'Children of the ...
  • Sina Tavoosi
    Dec 19, 2018
    Wasted potential. It's a bold story that ruins itself with silly cliches. Interesting read, though. Also, this sounded weird to me. "Do you have a wife? A boyfriend? A girlfriend?" I'm all for LGBT rights and diversity, but this just sounds forced. ...
  • José
    Aug 28, 2018
    70/100. Este volumen solo tiene una línea argumental y aunque la premisa no es del todo original, entretiene bastante. El guión es sólido y construye unos personajes de una forma bastante correcta. Steve Trevor me parece un poco mal guionizado, pero es cuestión de percepción. L...
  • Jamie Connolly
    Sep 13, 2018
    Really good. I miss ruckas writing but this one was great anyway. Also maybe they could tone down wonder woman?s massive boobs a little. Don?t get me wrong, I love big boobs but they are literally blocking my view! I can?t see what?s going on in the frames! Haha. Anyway really ...
  • Malum
    May 01, 2018
    An OK Wonder Woman story. What I liked: Darkseid is finally getting some love in the Rebirth era. The art-while kind of cartoony-was good. What didn't work for me as much: Steve Trevor (Diana's lost puppy for all intents and purposes) calling WW "Angel" literally every othe...