Wonderful Women of the World
Edited by Laurie Halse Anderson
My Rating: 5 stars
Cover Rating: 10/10 it’s a beautiful cover that exactly tells you what this comic is and what it’s about. It’s a celebration of women and all the wonder women of the world.
Publisher: DC Comics
Publish Date: September 28th, 2021
Number of Pages: 208
Received: Dc comics provided a digital copy in exchange for an honest review
Women change the World…
…they’ve been doing it for centuries. Now New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson has gathered female and nonbinary writers and artists to reveal the women making our world better day by day. Real-world heroes who exemplify the best of Wonder Woman herself: her strength, compassion, and commitment to truth, equality, and justice.
Read the stories of Beyoncé (by Mikki Kendall and A.D’Amico), Keiko Agena (by Sarah Kuhn, Lynne Yoshii, and Carrie Strachan), Márcia Barbosa (by Corinna Bechko and Anastasia Longoria), Brené Brown (by Louise Simonson and Nicole Goux), Mariana Costa Checa (by Melissa Marr and Marcela Cespedes), Mari Copeny (by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich, Sharee Miller, and Silvana Brys), Teara Fraser (by Traci Sorell and Natasha Donovan), Ruth Bader Ginsburg (by Lilah Sturges, Devaki Neogi, and Triona Farrell), Judith Heumann (by Marieke Nijkamp and Ashanti Fortson), Marsha P. Johnson (by Jadzia Axelrod and Michaela Washington), Leiomy Maldonado (by Magdalen Visaggio and Emma Kubert), Ellen Ochoa (by Cecil Castellucci and Carina Guevara), Francisca Nneka Okeke (by Dr. Sheena C. Howard and Laylie Frazier), Greta Thunberg (by Kami Garcia and Igzell), Naomi Watanabe (by Jody Houser and Michiums), Serena Williams (by Danielle Page, Brittney Williams, and Caitlin Quirk), Edith Widnsor (by Amanda Deibert and Cat Staggs), Malala Yousafzai (by Son M. and Safiya Zerrougui), and Khatijah Mohamad Yusoff (by Amanda Deibert, Hanie Mohd, and Shari Chankhamma).
The feeling of empowerment that I felt reading this was really powerful. I wasn’t expecting the depth of feeling that it would inspire in me. Seeing all these amazing women who pushed past boundaries and thrived to be major successes in their individual lives.
The individual art that went with each story was so beautiful too. It really gave a sense of each individual person and gave them a color and feel of their own.
I really enjoyed Mari Copeny’s story being so young and deciding that she would be a voice for change. There’s something about children that makes them see things for what they really are. A innocence that makes them confident that they can go out there and really make a difference. Something that many adults lose in themselves. But, reading her story made me feel like why am I stopping myself from doing the things I’m passionate about? The only person holding me back is me.
My other favorite story was about Naomi Watanabe. I love her because she’s all about loving yourself for who you are. Making jokes that have nothing to do with putting herself down and being incredibly successful being a positive icon. I think she has such a beautiful soul.
All in all:
This comic is a great must have for all the women in your family. It’s empowering and a beautiful read. It did Wonder woman’s anniversary proud.
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2 thoughts on “Wonderful Women of the World: A Review”
This reminds me of the very first edition of DC comics WW, which I read back around 1977 or 8! Cool!
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So glad to hear ☺️
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