Wonder Woman – Vol. 1: Blood

Posted on 04 May 2012 by GI Jolie

A video review of Wonder Woman Vol.1: Blood by Azzarello and Chiang.

Most of the most controversial reboots of DC’s New 52, Wonder Woman by Brian Azzarello & Cliff Chiang was perhaps the most appealing to the atypical DC reader. Irreverent to Wonder Woman’s legend, but enriched in ancient Greek culture, this version sees the Amazing Amazon at her feistiest and most fascinating.

Originally posted on May 4, 2012.

Come back on Tuesday, May 8th to watch the third segment of the show! More Deep V’s then your eyes can handle! You won’t want to miss it!



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  • KindahMardamBey

    I just recently watched the Wonder Woman TV show after not seeing it since I was a kid. They kind of did a reboot in that from season one to season two. Season one was set in the 1940s and really awesome, season two was set in the 1970s and much, much less awesome. Plus they took the love story away from WW and Major Steve, which I felt was a big part of her being in our world. I would love to see this become a film and have Joss Whedon Direct it, but I know that isn’t a possibility. Glad to see it wasn’t remade as a TV show by Dave Kelly – the guy who brought us Ally McBeal. :-/

    • GI_Jolie

      I agree. I would love to see a Wonder Woman treated right by Joss. I think he could really handle a character like her and do it well. 

      A film would do better then a television series in my opinion, though a tv series could really take off, who knows. I just can’t behind those leaked photos from the pilot. They look absolutely awful!

  • I watched the animal man video first and than this one. The whole time I was thinking “now if they made movies like this guy described that they should make comics, in relation to the back story, they would be pretty terrible.” So I was kinda suprised when he brought up the comparision of movies. How awful would movies be if they explained who and what every one/thing was as soon as it entered the cameras field of vision.  Now  Wonder Woman and Animal Man are two of my top 5 comics right now and I had no knowledge of Animal Man and only a passing knowledge of Wonder Woman, never actually read a comic with her in it.  The only comics I read before the reboot were X-men comics when I was a kid. I think Marshall is just completely resistant to the idea of comic books and obviously very synical.

    • GI_Jolie

       Marshall definitely ruffled a lot more then a few feathers the night we filmed this. It’s pretty interesting to get to witness such staunch objection to this kind of material though, despite how angry it made him.