Superman/Wonder Woman Vol. 1: Power Couple (The New 52)

Beginning a bold new series that details the relationship between The Man of Steel and the Warrior Princess as writer Charles Soule (Swamp Thing) is joined by artist Tony S. Daniel (Batman) to tell the tale of a romance that will shake the stars themselves. These two super-beings love each other, but not everyone shares their joy. Some fear it, some test it–and some will try to kill for it. Some say love is a battlefield, but where Superman and Wonder Woman are concerned it spells Doomsday!

Collects Issues #1-6 of Superman/Wonder Woman.

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  1. Review: Superman/Wonder Woman, Vol. 1: Power Couple (2014) Personally, I have a huge affinity with DC Comics. They have a special place in my heart due to their iconic characters and rich history, however, I would be remiss as a critic and a writer to say that DC has had a stellar track record since the inception of the NEW 52. On top of that, it seems as-if any remote possibly of a decent, interesting series taking the place of a dud is nearly and impossible wish. The slower selling comics remain, while the mid-tier serials are replaced with even…

  2. Superman & Wonder Woman work through their relationship; entertaining Much like the Batman/Superman series, Charles Soule’s Superman/Wonder Woman Vol. 1: Power Couple puts it’s main focus on the relationship between the heroes, rather than latest villain or threat. And it works to great effect. Instead of the typical superhero story, the reader is treated to an exploration of a romantic relationship between to very powerful, yet different, people. 

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