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The Undoing is here. Superman couldn’t stop it. Darkseid couldn’t stop it. Only Diana Prince is left to hold back the being that could spell the complete disintegration of the cosmos. But will even she be powerful enough for the task? Meanwhile, in another future, Nubia’s attempts to stop the theft of ancient artifacts have led her to an even bigger conspiracy, and an even The Undoing is here. Superman couldn’t stop it. Darkseid couldn’t stop it. Only Diana Prince is left to hold back the being that could spell the complete disintegration of the cosmos. But will even she be powerful enough for the task? Meanwhile, in another future, Nubia’s attempts to stop the theft of ancient artifacts have led her to an even bigger conspiracy, and an even bigger foe. Circe is up to her old tricks, even after all these years-and she has an offer that Nubia will find hard to refuse.


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The Undoing is here. Superman couldn’t stop it. Darkseid couldn’t stop it. Only Diana Prince is left to hold back the being that could spell the complete disintegration of the cosmos. But will even she be powerful enough for the task? Meanwhile, in another future, Nubia’s attempts to stop the theft of ancient artifacts have led her to an even bigger conspiracy, and an even The Undoing is here. Superman couldn’t stop it. Darkseid couldn’t stop it. Only Diana Prince is left to hold back the being that could spell the complete disintegration of the cosmos. But will even she be powerful enough for the task? Meanwhile, in another future, Nubia’s attempts to stop the theft of ancient artifacts have led her to an even bigger conspiracy, and an even bigger foe. Circe is up to her old tricks, even after all these years-and she has an offer that Nubia will find hard to refuse.

30 review for Future State: Immortal Wonder Woman #2

  1. 4 out of 5

    Bookishrealm

    Ohhhh goodness. That first story hurt my feelings! I didn't know how Cloonan was going to finish up the second part of the story, but she did an excellent job. I can't say too much about it because I think that it's a story that is easy to spoil, but it did tug a little at my heart strings in unexpected ways. The art style was just as gorgeous as the first issue. I wonder where DC is going to take Diana from here or if they will circle back around to this story eventually. The second part of the Ohhhh goodness. That first story hurt my feelings! I didn't know how Cloonan was going to finish up the second part of the story, but she did an excellent job. I can't say too much about it because I think that it's a story that is easy to spoil, but it did tug a little at my heart strings in unexpected ways. The art style was just as gorgeous as the first issue. I wonder where DC is going to take Diana from here or if they will circle back around to this story eventually. The second part of the Nubia story was a little wordy, but I enjoyed a few elements including the references to West African, Caribbean, and African-American folklore through the creation of Aunt Nancy. I can't say exactly what she represents, but I definitely appreciated the nod that McKinney added to the story. There was also a deep respect and reference for ancestors and as a Black comic book reader that was a very important element for me. Once again, I can't give too many specifics about it; however, it was done very well. I think McKinney could have pulled back a little on the text, but the story was good and I'm curious to see what DC is going to do with Nubia in Infinite Frontier!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Gordon

    Diana Prince story: 4⭐, maybe 4½. This was really good, both art and story wise. It was really cinematic, and made me want to pickup her Infinite Frontier ongoing in the hopes it's half as good as this. Nubia story: 2⭐ I wasn't overly keen on it, but it wasn't bad. I just found it hard to really care, as they've done a horrible job in elevating any of these new characters IMO. It's interesting enough, if you're a fan of New52 JL/Darkseid War. That's about it. Diana Prince story: 4⭐, maybe 4½. This was really good, both art and story wise. It was really cinematic, and made me want to pickup her Infinite Frontier ongoing in the hopes it's half as good as this. Nubia story: 2⭐ I wasn't overly keen on it, but it wasn't bad. I just found it hard to really care, as they've done a horrible job in elevating any of these new characters IMO. It's interesting enough, if you're a fan of New52 JL/Darkseid War. That's about it.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Chelsea 🏳️‍🌈

    I didn't enjoy this one nearly as much as the first issue. The first story felt strange, in that it seemed like it should've been a very long one shot instead of 2 short stories. The art was gorgeous as ever, though. Love Bartel's work! The Nubia story was too wordy, for me. I know the author writes novels, and it's a common thing that most authors going from writing novels to comics just make every text box and bubble way too wordy. Unfortunately, my eyes glazed over quite a bit while reading it I didn't enjoy this one nearly as much as the first issue. The first story felt strange, in that it seemed like it should've been a very long one shot instead of 2 short stories. The art was gorgeous as ever, though. Love Bartel's work! The Nubia story was too wordy, for me. I know the author writes novels, and it's a common thing that most authors going from writing novels to comics just make every text box and bubble way too wordy. Unfortunately, my eyes glazed over quite a bit while reading it.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Mariah

    5 stars. Jen Bartel's art is stunning! I love the way Wonder Woman is drawn, she's so ethereal and gorgeous. I liked the way this story was wrapped up and I like how Wonder Woman is wearing Batman's utility belt. I loved this issue. I will say, I'm a fan of New 52 Darkseid, so I liked this a lot. If you aren't a fan of this, you may not like this issue as much as I did. (view spoiler)[ Wonder Woman witnesses the death of Superman as he takes Darkseid into the sun. The sun burns out and Wonder Wo 5 stars. Jen Bartel's art is stunning! I love the way Wonder Woman is drawn, she's so ethereal and gorgeous. I liked the way this story was wrapped up and I like how Wonder Woman is wearing Batman's utility belt. I loved this issue. I will say, I'm a fan of New 52 Darkseid, so I liked this a lot. If you aren't a fan of this, you may not like this issue as much as I did. (view spoiler)[ Wonder Woman witnesses the death of Superman as he takes Darkseid into the sun. The sun burns out and Wonder Woman is left by herself as humanity is destroyed when the sun goes out. Wonder Woman wanders around and finds Spectre. Spectre dies and eventually so does Wonder Woman as she's consumed by the darkness and is seen as a sign in the stars (hide spoiler)] I also liked Nubia's story. It seems like it's a build-up to launch her own series, so it's not meant to be a complete story. I would definitely consider reading more as I love the Amazons. (view spoiler)[ Nubia is captured by Grail who was an Amazon but was banished because she's the daughter of Darkseid. Grail brings Circe back from imprisonment to separate Nubia's tiara from her body. Circe fails and Nubia escapes. Defeating both Grail and Circe, Nubia reunites with her Aunt and leaves for the next adventure (hide spoiler)]

  5. 4 out of 5

    SuperSillySerra

    Classic. There were a few moment were it felt a little cheesy, but then the end happens and I realize, it wasn’t silly, it was hopefully. I really liked the art, I felt a lot of things while watching Diana take on the end of the world but really, this was a perfect Wonder Woman story. I hope this gets put into a volume, cause I think this is perfect as a stand alone. Even outside future state. THE SECOND STORY; This issue we learn a little more about Nubia, her crown and why she isn’t on the Amazo Classic. There were a few moment were it felt a little cheesy, but then the end happens and I realize, it wasn’t silly, it was hopefully. I really liked the art, I felt a lot of things while watching Diana take on the end of the world but really, this was a perfect Wonder Woman story. I hope this gets put into a volume, cause I think this is perfect as a stand alone. Even outside future state. THE SECOND STORY; This issue we learn a little more about Nubia, her crown and why she isn’t on the Amazon island. She takes on Circe and total kicks her ass. It’s pretty sweet. I also hope this one gets its own trade cause I think people would love being introduced to black Wonder Woman, it’s been a while since she’s been around.

  6. 4 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    The first half is a nice sendoff for Diana. Brave and at peace, giving a nice farewell to old allies and some gorgeous shots. But the second half just really didn't catch my attention at all. So a mixed bag in this package. The first half is a nice sendoff for Diana. Brave and at peace, giving a nice farewell to old allies and some gorgeous shots. But the second half just really didn't catch my attention at all. So a mixed bag in this package.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Artemis Hobbs

    Here's an incredible two part story by Becky Cloonen (with the incredible powers of Jen Bartel illustrating) that loses a little steam in the second half but ultimately serves as a satisfying experience. It feels almost biblical at times. Right out of the gate, Wonder Woman hugging Spectre is my favorite thing ever and without question stands as the best part of this issue. The first story feels like it treads new ground and gives a very introspective Sandman feel that I will eat up even if it suc Here's an incredible two part story by Becky Cloonen (with the incredible powers of Jen Bartel illustrating) that loses a little steam in the second half but ultimately serves as a satisfying experience. It feels almost biblical at times. Right out of the gate, Wonder Woman hugging Spectre is my favorite thing ever and without question stands as the best part of this issue. The first story feels like it treads new ground and gives a very introspective Sandman feel that I will eat up even if it sucks. Watching Superman and Darkseid devour each other into oblivion was, as it sounds, incredibly badass to behold. The second half of the story is aight. Everything looks amazing by the way. Jen Bartel is a legit sorceress when it comes to creating amazing artwork. She's the illustrator I admire most currently. Everything looks so lush and the colors... i mean, my fuck. The COLORS! 😳🥺😍 The second story is good but I think I missed an issue cause I was totally lost. 🥴

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kastie Pavlik

    Diana's story is both sorrowful and hopeful, and the art and coloring steal the show. The light reflections in each panel changes the hue and vibrancy, and it's beautiful. I love the constellation at the end—yet another new symbol to add to WW's mythology. I liked the action, backstory, and intrigue in the Nubia story. It is too wordy—cliched writing could've easily been cut to let the panels tell more of the story. That last panel, though, certainly says a lot. Diana's story is both sorrowful and hopeful, and the art and coloring steal the show. The light reflections in each panel changes the hue and vibrancy, and it's beautiful. I love the constellation at the end—yet another new symbol to add to WW's mythology. I liked the action, backstory, and intrigue in the Nubia story. It is too wordy—cliched writing could've easily been cut to let the panels tell more of the story. That last panel, though, certainly says a lot.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Spencer Kain

    4.5 The Wonder Woman story is emotionally powerful and looks gorgeous to boot. The Nubia story loses a bit of steam, but is still very interesting. This issue is fantastic and the Immortal Wonder Woman arc for Future State is an absolutely resounding win.

  10. 4 out of 5

    scrbl

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I could look at Jen Bartel’s art all day long. The story and the facial expressions broke me. Nubia confronting Circe was cool too.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Roman Colombo

    The Nubia story was fun. But the Diana Prince one? Beautiful.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Roland Baldwin

    Two great stories. Excellent art in both. One of the better outings in this rather uneven event

  13. 5 out of 5

    Aarthika

    The wonder woman stuff was sad but written beautifully, and the art was just fantastic and only added to the story. The Nubia stuff was interesting but it was a bit too wordy.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Raymond Paquette

  15. 4 out of 5

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  16. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Comberiati

  17. 5 out of 5

    Dimitrios

  18. 4 out of 5

    Dia

  19. 4 out of 5

    July

  20. 4 out of 5

    Taylor

  21. 5 out of 5

    Abdelhak

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jenna Anderson

  23. 5 out of 5

    Viewtiful_Dante

  24. 4 out of 5

    Christopher Beard

  25. 5 out of 5

    Emilio Mendoza

  26. 4 out of 5

    Federico

  27. 5 out of 5

    Xion Harris

  28. 4 out of 5

    Carlos Olivares

  29. 5 out of 5

    Maggie

  30. 5 out of 5

    Daniel

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