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Emerging from the Amazon rain forest, the new Wonder Woman must battle her way through hell! Witness Yara Flor at the height of her power as she takes on the king of the underworld, Hades himself! Betrayed by a close ally, Yara’s back is against the wall as she is forced to battle legions of demons for survival and to liberate her Themysciran sister. You won’t want to miss Emerging from the Amazon rain forest, the new Wonder Woman must battle her way through hell! Witness Yara Flor at the height of her power as she takes on the king of the underworld, Hades himself! Betrayed by a close ally, Yara’s back is against the wall as she is forced to battle legions of demons for survival and to liberate her Themysciran sister. You won’t want to miss the exciting conclusion of this of rising superstar hero’s first adventure!


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Emerging from the Amazon rain forest, the new Wonder Woman must battle her way through hell! Witness Yara Flor at the height of her power as she takes on the king of the underworld, Hades himself! Betrayed by a close ally, Yara’s back is against the wall as she is forced to battle legions of demons for survival and to liberate her Themysciran sister. You won’t want to miss Emerging from the Amazon rain forest, the new Wonder Woman must battle her way through hell! Witness Yara Flor at the height of her power as she takes on the king of the underworld, Hades himself! Betrayed by a close ally, Yara’s back is against the wall as she is forced to battle legions of demons for survival and to liberate her Themysciran sister. You won’t want to miss the exciting conclusion of this of rising superstar hero’s first adventure!

30 review for Future State: Wonder Woman #2

  1. 4 out of 5

    Mayra Sigwalt

    WHAT A BOSTA

  2. 4 out of 5

    Bookishrealm

    Yes! This is what I wanted in terms of plot development in the first issue. The story is definitely constructed in a way that makes it engaging and fast to read. Yara goes through a lot of character development as she attempts to find a lost battle mate in the Underworld. She has some valuable lessons to learn about herself and the world around her as she makes this journey. I loved that this issue was about acknowledging that characters are not meant to be perfect. That they, like all of us, ha Yes! This is what I wanted in terms of plot development in the first issue. The story is definitely constructed in a way that makes it engaging and fast to read. Yara goes through a lot of character development as she attempts to find a lost battle mate in the Underworld. She has some valuable lessons to learn about herself and the world around her as she makes this journey. I loved that this issue was about acknowledging that characters are not meant to be perfect. That they, like all of us, have to make mistakes to learn how to grow and better. Yara still had her sense of humor from the first issue, but readers will get the opportunity to see her in a much more vulnerable state which I appreciated. I enjoyed the time that we spent in the underworld and I hope that we get to explore more in relation to the gods and goddesses because they're always a trip and it's no different in this issue. In the first issue we're introduced to Caipora who is a part of Brazilian mythology and like what was done with the reference to West African myths in Immortal Wonder Woman, I'm hoping that they keep this up and truly explore it. Excited to Yara in future DC comics!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kastie Pavlik

    Yara is such a different Wonder Woman than we've ever known. Her impulsivity leads to Scooby Doo-like humor, but there's emotion to the story, too. I mean, ripping off Charon's arm to get Cerberus off your back? LOL And Persephone was gorgeously drawn (but come on, Jones is awesome). Readers of this title will enjoy it more with a little knowledge of Greek & Brazilian mythology. Yara is such a different Wonder Woman than we've ever known. Her impulsivity leads to Scooby Doo-like humor, but there's emotion to the story, too. I mean, ripping off Charon's arm to get Cerberus off your back? LOL And Persephone was gorgeously drawn (but come on, Jones is awesome). Readers of this title will enjoy it more with a little knowledge of Greek & Brazilian mythology.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Chelsea 🏳️‍🌈

    A great issue! The story was engaging, the art is absolutely beautiful and I really love Flor as a character!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Logan

    Really fun second issue and decent first story for this character! Makes me excited for the new Wonder Girl series in May with Yara and this creative team returning!

  6. 5 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    Wow just wow, Yara is so freaking likeable in this and the last issue I love her so much. Her charming, playful, and heroic stance on everything is just so good and that design is perfection (Come on that booty is something SPECIAL JUST SAYING). But for real, the heart of this story is about loss and not giving up and I loved it to bits. I also enjoyed the art so much, some amazing panel work on top of great expressions. This has to be the best Future State title for me.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sid

    yes i am in love with yara flor. *ariana grande voice* and what about it?

  8. 5 out of 5

    SuperSillySerra

    Freakin loved it. For how funny the first one was, this one got kinda dark. I loved the story and am so excited to see Yaras new series. The art was just gorgeous the whole time, it never lets up. I hope they make a trade for this series so people can enjoy it! It’s great as a stand alone, especially being part of future state.

  9. 5 out of 5

    scrbl

    Joëlle. Jones. She’s done it again. Sidenote: I love everything about Yara’s suit but for some reason this time I really appreciated her pauldron.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Cameron Howell

    Can’t praise the art enough on this one

  11. 4 out of 5

    Amy Walker - Trans-Scribe Reviews

    One of the things that keeps amazing me about Future State is how some of these writers are getting me so invested in these characters and stories in just two issues. I think Future State: Wonder Woman might be one of the most impressive, however, as it's not just introducing me to a whole new Wonder Woman and her mythology, but getting me emotionally attached to her too. This issue picks up where the last one left off, and sees Yara travelling into the underworld to try and rescue her friend, Po One of the things that keeps amazing me about Future State is how some of these writers are getting me so invested in these characters and stories in just two issues. I think Future State: Wonder Woman might be one of the most impressive, however, as it's not just introducing me to a whole new Wonder Woman and her mythology, but getting me emotionally attached to her too. This issue picks up where the last one left off, and sees Yara travelling into the underworld to try and rescue her friend, Potira, who died in battle on Themyscira. Despite the fact that Yara is travelling into the underworld, a dark and depressing place filled with horrors, there's a surprising amount of fun to be found in this story; something that's in pretty short supply across most of Future State. With so many of the stories having dark and depressing overtones, like the Gotham books being set in a police state, or Swamp Thing being about the literal end of humanity, it's nice to have a story where the hero is having a bit of fun, and even cracking some jokes. This humour is one of the things that has really endeared me to Yara, and sets her apart as different from Diana. When she arrives in Tartatus and comes face to face with a creepy trio of demonic looking dudes she doesn't launch into an attack or a rousing speech like Diana would, she does a stupid magic trick to try and impress them. It's so bad I'm not even sure you could call it a magic trick. But the way she does it and the look on her face when she does made me genuinely laugh out loud and realise I wanted more from this character. Despite this fun and silliness there's something really important at the heart of this issue, Yara having to learn that there are some things that she can't change. Sadly, it's a lesson that she learns in a heart breaking way as she manages to get Potira out of the sea of souls and begins to flee the underworld, only for a cave in to trap her friend. It's in this moment that Yara is forced to confront the fact that no matter how strong she is, no matter how much she can fight for something, sometimes you just can't win. The moments when she realises Potira is lost to her all over again is really, really sad, and touched me in a way that I wasn't expecting for a relationship I only discovered this very issue. That's just how damn good Joelle Jones' writing is, that she's able to elicit such emotions from me in such a short amount of time. Jones isn't just the writer, however, but also produces the art on the book, alongside colourist Jordie Bellaire. The visuals in this book are downright amazing, and the way that the underworld is presented is one of the more unique visions I've seen. There's a strange sense of beauty to the whole thing, even when it's dark and depressing. Whether it's the field of flowers that transforms into dying plants as Yara approaches a winged reaper, the ethereal beauty of the boatman, or the sharp contrast in light and darkness in Hades and Persephone, everything about this place manages to evoke beauty in different ways. I'm sad to be seeing this story coming to an end, but really enjoyed my time with it whilst I had it. Luckily, it's been announced that Yara will be returning in the regular timeline when things go back to normal after Future State, and that she will be taking on the mantle of Wonder Girl in her own ongoing series; a series that's going to be written and drawn by Jones. This is brilliant news, both because it means that we're going to get more from this character, but it also a fantastic creator.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Mariah

    This is another DC Future State series I'm thoroughly enjoying. It's exciting and features a new story with a different Amazon. I like the setting in the Underworld as I feel like Hades isn't discussed as a greek god in Diana Prince's story. The art of the underworld is exactly what I would expect. I like the way Yara is designed. Another brilliant issue. (view spoiler)[ Yara is able to fight off the three-headed dog that's guarding the Underworld. As she continues, she meets Hades who is persua This is another DC Future State series I'm thoroughly enjoying. It's exciting and features a new story with a different Amazon. I like the setting in the Underworld as I feel like Hades isn't discussed as a greek god in Diana Prince's story. The art of the underworld is exactly what I would expect. I like the way Yara is designed. Another brilliant issue. (view spoiler)[ Yara is able to fight off the three-headed dog that's guarding the Underworld. As she continues, she meets Hades who is persuaded by his wife Persephone to allow Yara to search for her partner Potira who was killed in battle. Hades gives her a ticking time and if she doesn't rescue her when the hourglass runs out, she will be in the Underworld forever. Yara finds Potira, but unfortunately, Potira is trapped. Yara is rescued by the other Amazons as they didn't want her to live her days out in the Underworld (hide spoiler)]

  13. 5 out of 5

    AJ Zender

    Loved this story, especially the look at Hades and the other Greek myths in this world. However, I do have a slight problem with caharacterization. Namely, Yara's motivation. I have no connection to this character. I have no idea who she is. So introducing some random warrior, albeit one who saved Yara's life at some point, does not createa strong enough connection for me to her driving emotions. Why does Yara in particular care? Overall, still a great story, well-paced and fantastically drawn. Loved this story, especially the look at Hades and the other Greek myths in this world. However, I do have a slight problem with caharacterization. Namely, Yara's motivation. I have no connection to this character. I have no idea who she is. So introducing some random warrior, albeit one who saved Yara's life at some point, does not createa strong enough connection for me to her driving emotions. Why does Yara in particular care? Overall, still a great story, well-paced and fantastically drawn. Just needs a little more focus on character.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Clipsee

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. (Rating at Bottom) While this book is lighter in its action compared to issue 1 it shines in its creative art and color choices. (The Themscryia flashback was stunning. Hades looked terrifying. Yara’s personality shines through in her magic class The beautiful drama and the resolution between Yara and her long lost sister was heartbreaking. Rating 8.5 out of 10

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jack

    Not as good as the first issue but still decent! The design for Hades and Persephone was amazing and I hope those designs stick around in the future. Yara is just an amazing character and I'm so excited for her Wonder Girl book! Not as good as the first issue but still decent! The design for Hades and Persephone was amazing and I hope those designs stick around in the future. Yara is just an amazing character and I'm so excited for her Wonder Girl book!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Taylor Cayes

    Joelle's artwork continues to be effortlessly astounding. Thankfully the story is wrapped up much more efficiently than I would've expected based on the previous entry's pacing. Joelle's artwork continues to be effortlessly astounding. Thankfully the story is wrapped up much more efficiently than I would've expected based on the previous entry's pacing.

  17. 5 out of 5

    AJ O. Mason

    3.5 stars!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Roman Colombo

    A lovely conclusion.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Ashlight Grayson

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  20. 5 out of 5

    Roland Baldwin

    That was mediocrity at best. Very poor storytelling. The potential was there. If Yara Flor wasn’t in other books I wouldn’t be returning to the character in May in her Wondergirl mini.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Chris Wakefield

    Need and want more!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Maurício Dantas

    Pela história, só merece uma estrela. Mas a arte é linda.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Leanne Schneider

    And now she’s trained a 3-headed dog and travelled to the underworld. Is there anything this girl can’t do? Great character. Excited about her Future

  24. 5 out of 5

    Matt

    There's something really great about this series, and I think this character has a bright future. The story and the artwork are a perfect fit here. Final rating = 4.5 stars There's something really great about this series, and I think this character has a bright future. The story and the artwork are a perfect fit here. Final rating = 4.5 stars

  25. 5 out of 5

    alice

  26. 5 out of 5

    Gregorio Fonseca

  27. 4 out of 5

    Larry

  28. 4 out of 5

    Paz Pérez

  29. 4 out of 5

    Burton Olivier

  30. 4 out of 5

    Brandon Rozo

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