“Stick to the dark,” Hera whispers. “For the light will be your destruction.”

The wait is over and the whole story of the Amazon can finally be told! Best Selling DC Talent Kelly Sue DeConnick (Aquaman) and Phil Jimenez (Wonder Woman by Phil Jimenez Omnibus) will explore the ancient history of the Amazon, expand the mythology and world of Wonder Woman as we know it, and launch one of the most anticipated releases of the year! One of the greatest DC tales ever begins on November 30 with Book One of Wonder Woman History: Amazons, a three-part DC Black Label epic spanning thousands of years!

“This book is very much a conversation between Phil and me that talks about these characters and what makes them resonate today,” DeConnick said. “We wanted to make a Homeric epic with a woman at the center. We took all the language and iconography we are used to in stories of men who heroes and put women at the center. Wonder Woman History: Amazons is like a history book for a young Amazon, where she learns the history of her people from the perspective of her people. ”

Millennia ago, Queen Hera and the goddesses of the Olympic pantheon became very dissatisfied with their male counterparts … and far from their vision, they put a plan into action. A new society was born; one had never before been seen on Earth, capable of wonderful and terrible things … but their existence could not remain secret for long. When a desperate woman named Hippolyta crossed the path of the Amazon, a series of events were set in motion that would lead to direct war in heaven – and the creation of the Earth’s greatest guardian!

Legendary Talents Kelly Sue DeConnick and Phil Jimenez Release a Reading Experience You’ve Never Seen Wonder Woman History: Amazons # 1, with incredibly sumptuous art and a story that will haunt you. Design pages with notes by Phil Jimenez will complement the reading experience and provide insight into the various Amazon tribes shown above. The Artemis strain – including Antiope – is described below along with the Hestia strain, with several strains to be revealed when downloading Women’s History: The Amazon # 1 from your local comic book store; November 30th!

“What excited me most about this project was Kelly Sue’s bid on the mythology,” Jimenez said. “This book also gave me the opportunity to rethink the design of the Amazon. I wanted to represent the different types of women around the world. It was important that readers see themselves somewhere physically represented among these women.”

Wonder Woman History: Amazons # 1, written by Kelly Sue DeConnick, art by Phil Jimenez, colors by Hi-Fi, Arif Prianto & Romulo Fajardo Jr., and letters by Clayton Cowles, published November 30, 2021. The main cover is by Jimenez, the variant cover is by Olivier Coipel, plus a Library Faux Leather Design variant with gold foil and textured treatment by DC’s Associate Art Director Darran Robinson, which will be available from participating retailers. Wonder Woman History: Amazons is edited by Chris Conroy, Andy Khouri and Andrea Shea. Books 2 and 3 will be published in the spring and autumn of 2022, respectively, and feature art by modern masters Gene Ha (book 2) and Nicola Scott (book 3).


Author: Carlos Morales

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