Wonder Woman – Volume 2 – 160


Wonder Woman – Volume 2 – 160

General Info

Issue No:
160 (489)
On Sale Date:
July 2000
Cover Date:
September 2000
Era:
Modern Age
Story Title:
A Piece Of You - Part One

Creative Team

Cover Artist:
Adam Hughes
Writer:
Brian K. Vaughan
Penciller:
Scott Kolins
Inker:
Dan Panosian
Letterer:
John Costanza
Colourist:
Pam Rambo
Editor:
Maureen McTigue

Characters

Main:
Wonder Woman (Princess Diana)
Heroes:
Troia (Donna Troy), Argent (Toni Monetti)
Villains:
The Cheetah (Clayface)
Olympians:
N/A
Amazons:
N/A
Other:
N/A
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Comments

Brian K. Vaughan proves a two part fill in story before the next new creative team comes on board. Fans were divided on this story line. Some found it a fun piece after Eric Luke’s more sombre run, while others felt that Vaughan totally misunderstood the character and the fact that she is now, and always has been, a completely flesh and blood woman – since she was originally formed from clay back on Themyscira by Hippolyta and subsequently brought to life by the Gods. She is certainly not able to be turned back to and from clay at will unless via very powerful magic, as Circe had done in the “War of the Gods” story arc!
However, it does allow Adam Hughes the opportunity to produce a cheeky “mud wrestling” cove though!

Synopsis

The Amazon Princess fights Batman’s nemesis Clayface, who is determined to turn Wonder Woman back into clay and take her powers. He manages to absorb a portion of her powers, leaving her weakened and with no alternative but to look for help from Donna Troy to try and regain them again.