When creators come from outside of comics, it can signal something big and special. Sometimes it's a novelist, sometimes it's a writer from film or television. This January, an Emmy Award-winning writer brings his talent to Image Comics in a story that tells what happens after a hero fades away.
Wonder Woman '77 #1 Writer: Mark Andreyko Artist: Drew Johnson Colorist: Romulo Fajardo Jr. Synopsis: Take a trip back to the days of disco with everyone's favorite Amazon Princess. Wonder Woman hits the dance floor in pursuit of an escaped Russian spy. Review: It seems as if DC has been having some good success lately with its line of Digital First comics. Injustice has garnered a lot of fans. Sensation Comics has filled a need for Wonder Woman fans. Batman '66 has recaptured a sense of fun that has been missing from Batman for a while. In the vein of Batman '66, Wonder Woman '77 captures the feeling of the television series, pitting Wonder Woman against Cold War-era villains.