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This volume of the hit anthology series features everything from Doctor Fate to Cheetah!  Even Wonder Woman sometimes needs a vacation--and after a vicious battle, Batman sends her to an idyllic mountain town for some R&R. But the countryside isn't quite as peaceful as advertised when Solomon Grundy shows up! Then, Diana teaches a young thug a lesson about how having a pet This volume of the hit anthology series features everything from Doctor Fate to Cheetah!  Even Wonder Woman sometimes needs a vacation--and after a vicious battle, Batman sends her to an idyllic mountain town for some R&R. But the countryside isn't quite as peaceful as advertised when Solomon Grundy shows up! Then, Diana teaches a young thug a lesson about how having a pet forces you to train "Both Ends of the Leash." Diana has opted to play a watcher's role in the Cheetah's transfer to her new home--in a psychiatric unit. But the best intentions of the Domaine family don't actually make their plan to save Debbi safe for the city! Collects SENSATION COMICS FEATURING WONDER WOMAN #11-15.


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This volume of the hit anthology series features everything from Doctor Fate to Cheetah!  Even Wonder Woman sometimes needs a vacation--and after a vicious battle, Batman sends her to an idyllic mountain town for some R&R. But the countryside isn't quite as peaceful as advertised when Solomon Grundy shows up! Then, Diana teaches a young thug a lesson about how having a pet This volume of the hit anthology series features everything from Doctor Fate to Cheetah!  Even Wonder Woman sometimes needs a vacation--and after a vicious battle, Batman sends her to an idyllic mountain town for some R&R. But the countryside isn't quite as peaceful as advertised when Solomon Grundy shows up! Then, Diana teaches a young thug a lesson about how having a pet forces you to train "Both Ends of the Leash." Diana has opted to play a watcher's role in the Cheetah's transfer to her new home--in a psychiatric unit. But the best intentions of the Domaine family don't actually make their plan to save Debbi safe for the city! Collects SENSATION COMICS FEATURING WONDER WOMAN #11-15.

30 review for Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman Vol. 3

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sam Quixote

    The theme of this collection of Wonder Woman short stories is essentially peace and unity. And it starts well with Diana, as a UN ambassador, trying to broker peace between two warring African factions. Except Ares, the literal God of War, appears and Diana fights and defeats him, showing how useful and unavoidable conflict can sometimes be. And then both sides agree that violence is wrong! Wha…?! That’s like punching someone in the face and then lecturing them that you shouldn’t punch people in The theme of this collection of Wonder Woman short stories is essentially peace and unity. And it starts well with Diana, as a UN ambassador, trying to broker peace between two warring African factions. Except Ares, the literal God of War, appears and Diana fights and defeats him, showing how useful and unavoidable conflict can sometimes be. And then both sides agree that violence is wrong! Wha…?! That’s like punching someone in the face and then lecturing them that you shouldn’t punch people in the face! I quite liked the first Sensation Comics book but there’s not a single story here that’s worth reading. It’s all stupid, generic, instantly forgettable tripe from page one to page whatever. Diana and Poison Ivy fight some monster, Diana fights Solomon Grundy, Diana fights Cheetah - excited yet? But wait there’s unfortunately more! There’s an extra-long story of Diana fighting Superwoman from Earth-3 while a trio of insufferable idiots hang about taking selfies. I suppose the title is right: these comics do give you sensations but they’re not positive ones - with this volume, you’ll feel boredom and repulsion in equal measure! A decidedly wonder-less read all the way through.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Connor

    Maybe 3.5? That being said, I am ALL HERE for Diana and Clark being bros.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sesana

    There's a couple of good stories, but far more are mediocre, and a few are just unfortunate. There's a couple of good stories, but far more are mediocre, and a few are just unfortunate.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Christine

    Not as good as Vol 1. I'm giving it three stories for the Cheetah story because that focus on the damage done to non-superheros and highlights the difference between Wonder Woman and Batman. I also enjoyed the stories with Poison Ivy and Superman. First story gets bonus points for the woman in charge. Not as good as Vol 1. I'm giving it three stories for the Cheetah story because that focus on the damage done to non-superheros and highlights the difference between Wonder Woman and Batman. I also enjoyed the stories with Poison Ivy and Superman. First story gets bonus points for the woman in charge.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Diana

    first story - 1 star return to gaia - 1 star. the only good thing that came from this one was seeing poison ivy as some sort of groot haha moment of peace - 1 star besties - 1 star. So what? We get to see how full of herself W. Woman is in this issue? What a bunch of cr*p... nine days - 1 star both ends of the leash - 4 stars our little dance - 2 stars. It kinda reminded me of the sarcovia treaty... why, with all the innocent bystanders getting killed while she tried to save the day... and the notion first story - 1 star return to gaia - 1 star. the only good thing that came from this one was seeing poison ivy as some sort of groot haha moment of peace - 1 star besties - 1 star. So what? We get to see how full of herself W. Woman is in this issue? What a bunch of cr*p... nine days - 1 star both ends of the leash - 4 stars our little dance - 2 stars. It kinda reminded me of the sarcovia treaty... why, with all the innocent bystanders getting killed while she tried to save the day... and the notion that not all bad guys want or need to be saved. echidna - 3 stars a day in our lives - 1 star island of lost souls - mine had missing pages, so I can't rate this story, but it sounded great... Overall, I wasn't impressed with this volume.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Chelsey

    Overall, this compendium was a letdown. There were some very high points throughout the issues, but the bad points outnumbered the good. The 3 star rating is probably higher than I would give this, but I am biased in my love for Wonder Woman, even when she is poorly portrayed. Issue 11 was good, I’d say 4 stars. The art was decent, but the story is what I loved. The dialogue was SO Wonder Woman and her character was very nicely portrayed in such a short story. I liked the overall messages and th Overall, this compendium was a letdown. There were some very high points throughout the issues, but the bad points outnumbered the good. The 3 star rating is probably higher than I would give this, but I am biased in my love for Wonder Woman, even when she is poorly portrayed. Issue 11 was good, I’d say 4 stars. The art was decent, but the story is what I loved. The dialogue was SO Wonder Woman and her character was very nicely portrayed in such a short story. I liked the overall messages and themes of peace, as I always do. Issue 12 was amazing! The first story featured Poison Ivy! I loved the Poison Ivy team up, her wit is great and I always love seeing her in any comic. She is one of my favorites. I like the dynamic due they make; I would love to see more interactions between them. The art in the first story was just okay. The last “story” was a letdown. To be quite honest, it was a waste of paper. There was no story at all, it was just a few scenes that made no sense and have no relevance at all. 4 stars for this issue, simple because the second story was just crap. Unfortunately, I hated issue 13. I did not like the art for most of the issue and the story line was awful. The dialogue was NOT Wonder Woman’s voice. This issue was a complete 1 star bummer for me. Issue 14 pulled me back in, though. I loved the art in this issue. I also loved the story line. It was deep and had meaning. It truly gave the reader something to think about. I loved this line in particular: “I find the secret to handling the many facets of the self is to let them each come and go as it pleases.” Love. 5 stars. Issue 15 was a solid 3.5 stars. I loved the first story. The Cheetah is one of my favorite villains of all DCU. It was a good story, with nice art and solid action and dialogue. The second story was short, it was more of a snippet of backstory. But, I really liked that aspect. The art was nice too.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Lizz

    A good read, though overall I preferred the first two volumes to this third. My favorite part was the story with Superman; I love it when Clark and Diana are BFFs.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Derek Newman-Stille

    An excellent collection of short narratives featuring Wonder Woman. This collection mostly focuses on her role as a bringer of peace whether it be from wars between nations or disruptions between friends. I had been searching for a comic I had heard about where Wonder Woman officiated a marriage between two women and was incredibly excited to find the comic within the pages of this collection. I would have liked to receive more back story about the women and their narratives but unfortunately it An excellent collection of short narratives featuring Wonder Woman. This collection mostly focuses on her role as a bringer of peace whether it be from wars between nations or disruptions between friends. I had been searching for a comic I had heard about where Wonder Woman officiated a marriage between two women and was incredibly excited to find the comic within the pages of this collection. I would have liked to receive more back story about the women and their narratives but unfortunately it was part of a piece that had numerous flashes of Wonder Woman's activities throughout the day. I hope that this is a storyline that is returned to at some point and that we see Wonder Woman officiating other same-sex marriages, particularly since this is something that she observes is common on Themyscira. Overall, the Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman have been a fantastic series that gives insights into her character and the stories that arise around her.

  9. 4 out of 5

    John Yelverton

    Not all stories and artwork in this compendium are equal, but all are superior to anything that DC Comics is churning out right now. This is a must read for Wonder Woman fans and comic book fans in general.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Miranda Malonka

    I don't know why people are disliking this. For me, this is the best volume between the three. I don't know why people are disliking this. For me, this is the best volume between the three.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Cale

    The move to mostly issue-long stories does not do any favors to this series. The previous Sensation Comics stories were often shorter, 8-12 pages, and didn't overstay their welcomes. In this volume, most of the stories draw on too long. And most of them seem to miss the point of Diana; the characterizations are all over the place, and for the most part they feel... off. Like the story where Wonder Woman is serving as a witness to keep Cheetah locked up in Iron Heights (there's a heavy moral to t The move to mostly issue-long stories does not do any favors to this series. The previous Sensation Comics stories were often shorter, 8-12 pages, and didn't overstay their welcomes. In this volume, most of the stories draw on too long. And most of them seem to miss the point of Diana; the characterizations are all over the place, and for the most part they feel... off. Like the story where Wonder Woman is serving as a witness to keep Cheetah locked up in Iron Heights (there's a heavy moral to the story that doesn't quite earn its resolution). There's the issue where she spends the first third in what is practically a dialectical about what Wonder Woman SHOULD mean to people, followed by a long battle with Superwoman (which is actually called a cat-fight in the story, which is just... yuck), made all the more unsettling by the sudden art style change in the middle. A couple stories play on the New 52 Diana, like a story featuring Nox and Strife/Eris, which seems to lose the plot and meander to an unsatisfying conclusion. My favorite story in the collection paired Wonder Woman with Poison Ivy in an action-heavy battle against Typhon. The story's not deep, but the chemistry between the two works pretty well. None of the stories are outright horrible, but the best in this collection is weaker than the worst in the previous collection. The quality drop-off (and the increase in preachiness) made this a much less enjoyable read.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

    Wonder Woman is my favourite female superhero and the first volume of Sensation Comics was interesting so I picked this up at the library. I did not like Besties. Diana felt very stuck up and unlike her humble self. I did like that the characters talk about shaming women for how they dress and unfair competition. I noticed that alot of the issues tackled Wonder Woman being the mediator between warring countries. Like in Vendetta, Nine Days and A Day in Our Lives (best art!). Cheetah featured two Wonder Woman is my favourite female superhero and the first volume of Sensation Comics was interesting so I picked this up at the library. I did not like Besties. Diana felt very stuck up and unlike her humble self. I did like that the characters talk about shaming women for how they dress and unfair competition. I noticed that alot of the issues tackled Wonder Woman being the mediator between warring countries. Like in Vendetta, Nine Days and A Day in Our Lives (best art!). Cheetah featured two times in this volume under different circumstances. Our Little Dance combined mental health and Cheetah but not the classes Barbara Minerva. I liked the message of the story especially when the district attorney mentions how superheroes cause alot of collateral damage. Barbara does feature as Cheetah in The Island of Lost Souls. Again, she needs Diana's help. This felt like an ode to The Island of Dr. Moreau. At times, I wondered if Diana is too compassionate. She helps those who I as the reader would think should not be helped. Overall, still a satisfying collection for a Wonder Woman fan.

  13. 5 out of 5

    María Eugenia

    Me encanta esta serie, pero tengo que reconocer que este volumen es más flojo que los anteriores. Creo que influye bastante que haya historias más largas. De hecho un par se me hicieron especialmente largas e hicieron que se me atragantara un poco hacia la mitad del volumen. Tampoco me convenció la caracterización de Diana en todas las historias. Entiendo que siempre se va a interpretar de una forma algo distinta al tratarse de varios autores, pero me refiero a que en algunas historias me costab Me encanta esta serie, pero tengo que reconocer que este volumen es más flojo que los anteriores. Creo que influye bastante que haya historias más largas. De hecho un par se me hicieron especialmente largas e hicieron que se me atragantara un poco hacia la mitad del volumen. Tampoco me convenció la caracterización de Diana en todas las historias. Entiendo que siempre se va a interpretar de una forma algo distinta al tratarse de varios autores, pero me refiero a que en algunas historias me costaba reconocer al personaje. Creo que la historia que más me gustó fue la de Trina Robbins, por las ilustraciones y la caracterización, y como es la última supongo que puedo decir que me quedé con buen sabor de boca. XD

  14. 5 out of 5

    Chelsey

    The stories in this volume were hit or miss for me. Some of the issues had fantastic artwork but mediocre writing, some had decent stories but terrible artwork. Unfortunately I don't feel like those two components ever matched up. I did enjoy seeing Diana interact with various other DC heroes and villains, but some of the stories just seemed too gimicky. I really enjoyed the first two volumes in this series, so I hope it gets back on track in the next volume. The stories in this volume were hit or miss for me. Some of the issues had fantastic artwork but mediocre writing, some had decent stories but terrible artwork. Unfortunately I don't feel like those two components ever matched up. I did enjoy seeing Diana interact with various other DC heroes and villains, but some of the stories just seemed too gimicky. I really enjoyed the first two volumes in this series, so I hope it gets back on track in the next volume.

  15. 4 out of 5

    MK

    Take the worst ideas DC ever had about its iconic women and throw those stories into a book. There are some things to like, especially the heavy emphasis on Diana as peacemaker, but I couldn't get past old Steve Trevor, supervillain Lois, and the multitude of Cheetah stories to truly appreciate it. Some of the artwork is just hideous too. Take the worst ideas DC ever had about its iconic women and throw those stories into a book. There are some things to like, especially the heavy emphasis on Diana as peacemaker, but I couldn't get past old Steve Trevor, supervillain Lois, and the multitude of Cheetah stories to truly appreciate it. Some of the artwork is just hideous too.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Christina

    around 2.5. I feel like this is the weakest part of the series.

  17. 5 out of 5

    ellis

    unfortunately, i only enjoyed return to gaia + echidna this time around

  18. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    A couple stories were actually quite good. Some of them were complete garbage.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jordan

    This is by far the weakest collection of the three. I really considered giving it two stars. There're not really any stand-out stories here. There are a couple not bad ones, but there's also a couple just plain crap ones. So to separate the crappy from the okay, here are my short thoughts on each: Vendetta: Overall fun. Wonder Woman and Ares fighting over a war-torn country. Return to Gaia: Probably my favorite of the volume. Wonder Woman and Poison Ivy team up. A Moment of Peace: Some nice intera This is by far the weakest collection of the three. I really considered giving it two stars. There're not really any stand-out stories here. There are a couple not bad ones, but there's also a couple just plain crap ones. So to separate the crappy from the okay, here are my short thoughts on each: Vendetta: Overall fun. Wonder Woman and Ares fighting over a war-torn country. Return to Gaia: Probably my favorite of the volume. Wonder Woman and Poison Ivy team up. A Moment of Peace: Some nice interaction between Batman and Wonder Woman, but mostly pretty meh because it's way too short. Besties: Complete and utter crap. I wish I could forget reading this. Nine Days: Kind of confusing with Strife and Eris and Nyx, but not too bad by the end. Both Ends of the Leash: Some asshole and his pet lion. This one was pretty bad. Our Little Dance: Cheetah gets transferred to a lower security prison. Things go as expected Pretty nice overall. Echidna: Uh, this art is a little off-putting in places and the story kind of hops around randomly. Wonder Woman's face on the first page might give me nightmares. A Day in Our Lives: Superman and Wonder Woman. More art I'm not thrilled about. Also never really like Superman that much he makes me want to constantly roll my eyes. Island of Lost Souls: Cheetah and Wonder Woman meet the Island of Doctor Moreau. Okay-ish. Less okay-ish when the dog got shot.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Brandon

    This was my least favorite of the Sensation Comics so far. Most of the stories are of the action variety and involve little more than the Amazon Princess walking into a situation, some light banter and than they are off. This can work under the format of this series where all the stories are not connected and involve different creative teams but it got tiresome and meant that none of the stories really click. This is even worse because the majority of stories cast Wonder Woman as diplomat/ambass This was my least favorite of the Sensation Comics so far. Most of the stories are of the action variety and involve little more than the Amazon Princess walking into a situation, some light banter and than they are off. This can work under the format of this series where all the stories are not connected and involve different creative teams but it got tiresome and meant that none of the stories really click. This is even worse because the majority of stories cast Wonder Woman as diplomat/ambassador which is a side of her that is not explored enough but all that potential is lost very quickly as she steps up and gets to fighting. The artwork is more consistent in this book and Wonder Woman always looks like Wonder Woman but in the process the book loses some of it's whimsy and fun. The artwork her looks more like artists auditioning for a job on her current series rather than letting it all hang out. This book just wasn't as much fun as the previous editions. This is even more unforgivable when you consider how thinly spread this character is. Where is the Bombshell Diana or the youthful look currently running in the legend of Wonder Woman series. Not her unfortunately.

  21. 5 out of 5

    CJ - It's only a Paper Moon

    This was not as good as the first two volumes and I really didn't dig the last story. In fac,t there were a couple that should have been edited out....I'll let you guys decide. Some of the art was, as usual, amazing, and some were meh. It's worth it to own this, there are some outstanding messages but see if you can get it on sale. It's not quite worth the $17.99. This was not as good as the first two volumes and I really didn't dig the last story. In fac,t there were a couple that should have been edited out....I'll let you guys decide. Some of the art was, as usual, amazing, and some were meh. It's worth it to own this, there are some outstanding messages but see if you can get it on sale. It's not quite worth the $17.99.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Kaleigh Norkum-Mathieu

    The Sensation Comics are honestly the best Wonder Woman comics lately. I love the mini stories because they are so true to her character, sometimes I feel like writers can loose sense of their characters during big arches.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Melanie

    Some of the graphics were disappointing, but over all an enjoyable anthology

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jaclyn Hogan

    This series is wildly uneven. I guess that goes with the territory of an anthology series with multiple writers. Nine Days is particularly dull, confusing, and overlong.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    There were some good moments and a couple good ideas, but overall I had a hard time getting into any of these stories.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Craig

    Interesting mainly for the varied art styles.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Rathan Krueger

  28. 5 out of 5

    Lauren Kelly

  29. 5 out of 5

    Lukas Holmes

  30. 4 out of 5

    Claire

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