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Deep in the heart of the Amazon rainforest lies a hero of mythic legend...Wonder Woman! But in the absence of Diana, Yara Flor has risen out of obscurity to protect Man’s World from the magic that lies within it. Along with her trusty steed, she journeys to the Underworld to rescue one of her Themysciran sisters from the grasp of Hades. Will she unleash the wrath of this g Deep in the heart of the Amazon rainforest lies a hero of mythic legend...Wonder Woman! But in the absence of Diana, Yara Flor has risen out of obscurity to protect Man’s World from the magic that lies within it. Along with her trusty steed, she journeys to the Underworld to rescue one of her Themysciran sisters from the grasp of Hades. Will she unleash the wrath of this god in the process? You won’t want to miss this first appearance of a character who will change the history of Wonder Woman forever!


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Deep in the heart of the Amazon rainforest lies a hero of mythic legend...Wonder Woman! But in the absence of Diana, Yara Flor has risen out of obscurity to protect Man’s World from the magic that lies within it. Along with her trusty steed, she journeys to the Underworld to rescue one of her Themysciran sisters from the grasp of Hades. Will she unleash the wrath of this g Deep in the heart of the Amazon rainforest lies a hero of mythic legend...Wonder Woman! But in the absence of Diana, Yara Flor has risen out of obscurity to protect Man’s World from the magic that lies within it. Along with her trusty steed, she journeys to the Underworld to rescue one of her Themysciran sisters from the grasp of Hades. Will she unleash the wrath of this god in the process? You won’t want to miss this first appearance of a character who will change the history of Wonder Woman forever!

30 review for Future State: Wonder Woman #1

  1. 4 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    whoa, this was awesome! Yara is new in town and on her adventure to find her pet she meets a old friend. Together they begin a whimsical adventure filled with awesome art, great characters, and a kickass lead. This is probably my favorite Future State title so far. Yara is wonderful. Give me more of her.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Diz

    I usually don't review single issues, but I was really excited about this, so I couldn't resist. This version of Wonder Woman is really interesting. She has a lot of personality and it's interesting to see the combination of different worlds of mythology. The visuals in the underworld are also very imaginative. I'm looking forward to the next issue. I usually don't review single issues, but I was really excited about this, so I couldn't resist. This version of Wonder Woman is really interesting. She has a lot of personality and it's interesting to see the combination of different worlds of mythology. The visuals in the underworld are also very imaginative. I'm looking forward to the next issue.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Chelsea 🏳️‍🌈

    Interesting start! I was confused at several points, but I like Flor as a character and the art is gorgeous. Always have faith in Jöelle Jones so I'm curious to see where this goes. Interesting start! I was confused at several points, but I like Flor as a character and the art is gorgeous. Always have faith in Jöelle Jones so I'm curious to see where this goes.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kastie Pavlik

    Intriguing and fresh. Yara Flor is impatient and impulsive, and I love the preview we've seen of her relationship with Caipora and of a world with Hydras and a terminal entrance to Hades. Given that it begins with commentary about two thunder gods, Tupã & Zeus, and we're introduced to Caipora from Brazilian mythology, I was hoping for more of a look into that instead of reverting to Greek Mythology with Hades, but we'll see where it goes. Intriguing and fresh. Yara Flor is impatient and impulsive, and I love the preview we've seen of her relationship with Caipora and of a world with Hydras and a terminal entrance to Hades. Given that it begins with commentary about two thunder gods, Tupã & Zeus, and we're introduced to Caipora from Brazilian mythology, I was hoping for more of a look into that instead of reverting to Greek Mythology with Hades, but we'll see where it goes.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Viola

    Everything about this issue is delightful. Strong start and a great character introduction. Yara is such a breath of fresh air, I love her already.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Paola

    “Reality is in the eye of the beholder” said Caipora alongside Yara in the sort of station for the underworld. I don’t really know the context to the creation of this comic but i just love the embracing of brazilian indigenous culture <3

  7. 5 out of 5

    Logan

    Really good first Future State book! DC seems to be putting a lot of stock in this character specifically has they've already announced a DC CW show for the character. As for the character herself, I liked her and the art was really awesome! Just an action packed issue all round, interested to see where issue 2 goes. Really good first Future State book! DC seems to be putting a lot of stock in this character specifically has they've already announced a DC CW show for the character. As for the character herself, I liked her and the art was really awesome! Just an action packed issue all round, interested to see where issue 2 goes.

  8. 5 out of 5

    RG

    This is the strongest FS title so far. We take a trip down into the underworld. Good action scenes and cool artwork help

  9. 4 out of 5

    Nathália

    Beautiful colors and lines. And an interesting story!!! Looking forward to read more

  10. 4 out of 5

    Clipsee

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. (Number Score At The Bottom) Joelle Jones and Jordaie Bellaire deliver a stunning debut issue for Yara Flor. With the absolute stunning beauty of the Amazon Rainforest you are immediately entranced by this comic. The book opens with the absolute utter badassery of Yara decapitating a dragon. Yara is assisted in this issue with the beautiful and stunning Pegasus affectionately named Jerry. I love how brash Yara is written which really separates her from Diana , she reminds me of Korra in a lot of (Number Score At The Bottom) Joelle Jones and Jordaie Bellaire deliver a stunning debut issue for Yara Flor. With the absolute stunning beauty of the Amazon Rainforest you are immediately entranced by this comic. The book opens with the absolute utter badassery of Yara decapitating a dragon. Yara is assisted in this issue with the beautiful and stunning Pegasus affectionately named Jerry. I love how brash Yara is written which really separates her from Diana , she reminds me of Korra in a lot of ways with her aggression. The colors on this book enhance Yara’s beauty and the rainforest the The dragon fight sequence was excellent. I loved the idea of the Underworld being like an airport of ppl wanting to enter the final state and hilarity ensues with Yara and demigod Caipora. Yara is on a mission to free her sister from Hades’s grasp and by the look of it Hades has quite a problem on his hands. This is one of the best DC books I’ve read in ages and quite the debut for a new character. 10/10!!!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jack

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Oh my god I love this so much, it was a nightmare getting it after preordering in November, it selling out without the store keeping my preorder, another store ignoring and having to spend triple to get one from ebay then waiting an extra week? Nightmare but worth it all! Yara is an angry legend who I absolutely love! Breaking a turnstile because it wouldn't move and fighting dead people waiting to go on to their afterlife made me laugh! The artwork is gorgeous but Joelle's art always is and I ju Oh my god I love this so much, it was a nightmare getting it after preordering in November, it selling out without the store keeping my preorder, another store ignoring and having to spend triple to get one from ebay then waiting an extra week? Nightmare but worth it all! Yara is an angry legend who I absolutely love! Breaking a turnstile because it wouldn't move and fighting dead people waiting to go on to their afterlife made me laugh! The artwork is gorgeous but Joelle's art always is and I just can't wait for the next issue!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Roland Baldwin

    This was truly disappointing. This is the first time we meet Yara Flor. The story meanders and doesn’t tell us who she is or why we should care about her. The art is gorgeous but by the final page I wasn’t convinced why I should care about this new character. It’s a poor debut and at this point I can’t understand why this character is getting a tv show. She deserved a stronger first outing

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kristin Lansdown

    I already know there’s absolutely no way I’m going to be able to keep up with the entire Future State run for all these characters. But I was very interested in this new version of Wonder Woman, Yara, who is Brazilian. So far this is a very different Wonder Woman than Diana! She’s full of personality and we meet her taking a “whatever it takes” approach to rescuing a fellow warrior. This will be fun to keep up with I think and a bonus, the colors are by Jordie Bellaire one of my fave colorists.

  14. 5 out of 5

    John Williams

    I love Yara Flor, the Brazilian Wonder Woman! I also love how this book intertwines Greek and Brazilian mythology. And also a very fun read! Easily the best book to come out of Future State!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Khabeer Rashad

    Cute‼️

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jeremy Miller

    https://youtu.be/DX6owg5Hz5A This is one of my favorite comics that I have read in a long while. So much fun! Definitely one I would recommend. The link is to a quick video review I did. https://youtu.be/DX6owg5Hz5A This is one of my favorite comics that I have read in a long while. So much fun! Definitely one I would recommend. The link is to a quick video review I did.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jeremy Miller

    https://youtu.be/DX6owg5Hz5A This is one of the best comics I have read in a while!! I loved it. The link is to a quick video review. https://youtu.be/DX6owg5Hz5A This is one of the best comics I have read in a while!! I loved it. The link is to a quick video review.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Roman Colombo

    Okay, so maybe these do need to be 60-page tomes each because this was way too short and amounted to not much of anything yet. It's fun, but just doesn't feel as needed as Superman of Metropolis and Next Batman did. Okay, so maybe these do need to be 60-page tomes each because this was way too short and amounted to not much of anything yet. It's fun, but just doesn't feel as needed as Superman of Metropolis and Next Batman did.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jordan Funk

    Did not know what to anticipate going into this book but man, Joëlle Jones truly has something special here! Can't wait to learn more about Yara Flor! Did not know what to anticipate going into this book but man, Joëlle Jones truly has something special here! Can't wait to learn more about Yara Flor!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Amy Walker - Trans-Scribe Reviews

    Future State is an interesting new part of the DC Universe, giving readers a glimpse into the future of the comics, to what could be following the events of Death Metal and new versions of characters we all know and love, as well as some new heroes. One of these new heroes that immediately jumped out at me was Yara Flor, the new Wonder Woman. Future State: Wonder Woman focuses on this new character, and frankly, out of all of the Future State books out this week is easily my favourite. Having the Future State is an interesting new part of the DC Universe, giving readers a glimpse into the future of the comics, to what could be following the events of Death Metal and new versions of characters we all know and love, as well as some new heroes. One of these new heroes that immediately jumped out at me was Yara Flor, the new Wonder Woman. Future State: Wonder Woman focuses on this new character, and frankly, out of all of the Future State books out this week is easily my favourite. Having the new Wonder Woman be Brazillian is one of those things that when you first hear it grabs your attention, why not have a new Amazon warrior come from the actual Amazon right? It gives an exciting new spin on the mythology, and this is book really leans into. The story follows Yara as she battles a Hydra deep in the forests of the Amazon, killing the beast so that she can use its horn to travel to the underworld so that she can free one of her Amazonian sisters from Hades. Aided by her Pegasus, Jerry, and a forest guardian spirit called Caipora, she travels into the underworld, but finds more trials awaiting her. This issue sees a really cool blend of the Greek mythology we've come to expect from Wonder Woman books, whilst also doing new and exciting things by bringing some South America mythology into it too, chiefly in the form of Caipora, a childlike entity that we get to spend lot of time with in this issue. This mixing of mythologies and beliefs is done in a subtle way, and the book still feels like a classic Wonder Woman story, thanks to the inclusion of the Greek mythology too. This was a smart choice, as it means it hopefully won't discourage fans who really like the classic feel of Wonder Woman, yet gives people something that makes this feel like a fresh new book, and sets Yara apart from Diana. I really enjoyed the books depiction of the underworld too, and the strange little creatures that work their actually made me chuckle out loud. Something about their weird little dudes made me think of Stitch from Lilo and Stitch, and their incomprehensible gibberish speech bubbles just sounded like his weird noises in my head. Joelle Jones has managed to craft something truly fin and interesting here, and it was these small funny moments that really won me over and made me invested in the book. With so many of the books in Future State dwelling on the darker aspects of the DC Universe, and feeling really depressing because of this, it was really nice to have a book in the line that actually has a sense of fun and wonder to it, one that isn't always dark and dour, but is something that you'd actually want to read month to month as an ongoing. Out of all of Future State released so far this is the best one, not just because of the interesting new characters, and the lighthearted nature of the book, but because it's the only one where I read it and thought 'yes, I want this to be a big part of the regular DC Universe'.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mariah

    Wonder Woman #1 is a fresh take on the Amazons. Yara Flor is the star of this series and I believe she's a completely new character in DC's Future State. Yara Flor is an Amazon, however, she resides in South America. She roams the land getting rid of gigantic creatures. She also has a winged horse named Jerry who Yara can call for help although Jerry has a mind of his own. Yara is cutting up the hydra she killed when she's stopped by Caipora a Forest fairy or sprite. Caipora offers help in gaini Wonder Woman #1 is a fresh take on the Amazons. Yara Flor is the star of this series and I believe she's a completely new character in DC's Future State. Yara Flor is an Amazon, however, she resides in South America. She roams the land getting rid of gigantic creatures. She also has a winged horse named Jerry who Yara can call for help although Jerry has a mind of his own. Yara is cutting up the hydra she killed when she's stopped by Caipora a Forest fairy or sprite. Caipora offers help in gaining entrance to the Underworld. Ruled by Hades, Yara wants to save her sister who is trapped in the world of death. Caipora and Yara wander the Underworld where they meet all kinds of terrible things. First off, I like Yara's look. She has an Amazonian vibe, although the coloring is different from previous iterations of the Amazons. I like the darker blue / red tones with the gold armor plating. Her crown is less like a crown and more like a headband. It doesn't bother her when she's in battle. Caipora is an on-again / off-again companion in Yara's life. She is tiny and she rides a boar of sorts. I like the setting of the Underworld. I don't remember Diana's story leading her into the Underworld which is an untapped setting for greek mythology which clearly the original Wonder Woman pulls inspiration from. With this version of the underworld, it feels more like a death train station. There's a black creature doing check-ins (it reminds me of a Heartless from Kingdom Hearts) along with a turnstile leading to the destinations for anyone who has recently passed. I like the overall theme and the way the underworld is described and illustrated in this story. (view spoiler)[ Towards the end of the issue, Yara and Caipora are attacked by a three-headed dog which was passed by earlier in this issue. (hide spoiler)] When introducing a character into the mythos, it can either be really good or really bad. I'm happy to say that this issue worked for me. I like Yara as a character, along with her friendship with Caipora. I like the setting of the Underworld. I think the only negative point to make is I don't know a whole lot about Yara yet. I wish there was more back story provided for her, but I'm assuming this will be done in later issues. I'm excited to continue on in this series.

  22. 5 out of 5

    AJ Zender

    3.5/5 Stars, Rounded up because of the fun I had. Really, that's the biggest and best thing I can say about the debut of Yara Flor, the Wonder Woman of the future. This story was a crap ton of fun. From the very beginning, where Yara is battling a Hydra and trying to enlist the aid of her Pegasus Jerry, to the end where she and a forest spirit descend into the depths of Hell (spoiler alert, the Underworld looks like an airport, and I am for it), this story had me smiling throughout. It isn't my f 3.5/5 Stars, Rounded up because of the fun I had. Really, that's the biggest and best thing I can say about the debut of Yara Flor, the Wonder Woman of the future. This story was a crap ton of fun. From the very beginning, where Yara is battling a Hydra and trying to enlist the aid of her Pegasus Jerry, to the end where she and a forest spirit descend into the depths of Hell (spoiler alert, the Underworld looks like an airport, and I am for it), this story had me smiling throughout. It isn't my favorite of the Future State books, so far, but that's only because I found myself a bit confused. We are thrown right in the middle of everything, and though we get a bit of fantastically quippy background from Joelle Jones throughout the beginning, I just always felt a few steps behind the narrative. I like Yara Flor as a character, especially how different she is than the regal Warrior Goddess we are used to, but I just needed to know a little bit more about her and the world she inhabits. And in a way, that is a compliment. I NEEDED to know more about Flor and the pig riding forest spirit and the "Bendy-and-the-Ink-Machine" inspired underworld demons and the mystical Amazon Rainforest they begin in and JERRY! There has never been more personality given to a horse character in comics. I'm talking Maximus from TANGLED and Bullseye from TOY STORY levels of personality. Seriously, this story is a heck ton of fun, and I am excited to see where it goes from here. PS: how can Cereberus be adorable? I don't know, but Joelle Jones managed it.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Ashe Catlin

    Out of all the Future State titles, this was the one I looked forward to the most and it didn't disappoint. For the most part it was Wonder Woman taking on a Hydra whilst explaining her origin, which was solid, didn't feel exposition heavy and had some great visuals. Then you get the journey aspect of it which I'm interesting to see where it goes, tonally I'd say this was a mix between Wonder Woman, Volume 1: The Lies and Supergirl: Being Super. Out of all the Future State titles, this was the one I looked forward to the most and it didn't disappoint. For the most part it was Wonder Woman taking on a Hydra whilst explaining her origin, which was solid, didn't feel exposition heavy and had some great visuals. Then you get the journey aspect of it which I'm interesting to see where it goes, tonally I'd say this was a mix between Wonder Woman, Volume 1: The Lies and Supergirl: Being Super.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Timothy

    Chances are, if you’ve read enough comics, you’ve read one exactly like this. A cool concept, a character you really want to like, the artwork is so good (I’ve read many books by Joelle Jones for this reason), but the story is just there. Normally that would leave me incredibly hollow, but this manages to barely inch past most books like that because Yara does have a few lines that showcase her impulsiveness that raise the possibility of some fun development for her down the road. And this is ju Chances are, if you’ve read enough comics, you’ve read one exactly like this. A cool concept, a character you really want to like, the artwork is so good (I’ve read many books by Joelle Jones for this reason), but the story is just there. Normally that would leave me incredibly hollow, but this manages to barely inch past most books like that because Yara does have a few lines that showcase her impulsiveness that raise the possibility of some fun development for her down the road. And this is just the first issue. It’s good enough I’ll read the next issue.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Leanne Schneider

    Watch out!! There is a new wonder woman in town... and she’s a BADASS! Plus, she rides a flying horse… Which always scores big points with me! I’m very excited about the introduction of this character and can’t wait to see where they are going to take her. I heard she is going to get her own comic book series as the new Wonder Girl. Keeping my fingers crossed for that to happen. I know the CW network was planning on developing it into a TV series, but that since been canceled 😭

  26. 4 out of 5

    Jacob Helberg

    I genuinely like Yara more than Diana's Wonder Woman. I feel like her impatience and tendency to make a bone headed choice makes for a great story and I relate with her way more than Diana who always seems perfect. I really liked this story and can't wait for issue 2! I genuinely like Yara more than Diana's Wonder Woman. I feel like her impatience and tendency to make a bone headed choice makes for a great story and I relate with her way more than Diana who always seems perfect. I really liked this story and can't wait for issue 2!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Hannah

    That was beautiful, chaotic and fun! Joelle Jones killed it! I’m also happy to see some Guarani mythos being referenced in a not terrible way! None of this felt even close to a Wonder Woman book in tone or substance but it was fun and new and I like these characters and this world.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Matt

    This was really good. I figured that I would like it, but I enjoyed it even more than I expected. The story moved at a good pace, and I'm a big fan of the artwork. We are getting hints as to where this Wonder Woman came from, and I like the story being told here. Final rating = 4.5 stars This was really good. I figured that I would like it, but I enjoyed it even more than I expected. The story moved at a good pace, and I'm a big fan of the artwork. We are getting hints as to where this Wonder Woman came from, and I like the story being told here. Final rating = 4.5 stars

  29. 5 out of 5

    Furqan

    Promising first issue. Yara is an enjoyable character.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Danny Brown

    Beautiful artwork and colors, but I didn't read any of the Metal stuff. So, I don't know what's going on. Beautiful artwork and colors, but I didn't read any of the Metal stuff. So, I don't know what's going on.

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