Insight Editions Announce New Book – Wonder Woman: Way Of The Amazons

Article by Steve J. Ray
Insight Editions produce some of the finest comics related publications available; just look at their track record! Masters of Comics, Anatomy of a Metahuman, Batman: Crack The Case, and Batman: The Definitive History of the Dark Knight. Now they have announced a brand new book, one which looks every bit as impressive as its predecessors: Wonder Woman: Way of The Amazons.

This new title explores the mysteries of Wonder Woman’s ancient homeland and follows her journey into the modern world, It’s an engaging interactive history of the Amazons.

Herewith lie the secrets of Themyscira, the home of the Amazon Warriors and their princess, Diana.
When Wonder Woman left paradise to journey to the modern world, she brought with her reproductions of the secret archives of her homeland of Themyscira. Wonder Woman: The Way of the Amazons is a fascinating collection of history and artefacts from Diana’s homeland, which unlocks the mysteries of the Amazons and their hidden island with stunning original illustrations, and wondrous special features including pages that open up, removable treasures, and more.
Get a rare glimpse into Amazon traditions and explore their lush and beautiful home, including the exotic bestiary of mythical creatures, kangas, and others. Then follow Diana as she shares her personal tale of entering the modern world and grow from a young Amazon Princess to become Wonder Woman.
Written by J.E. Bright, with gorgeous art by Steffi Wilthall and Anna Rud, Wonder Woman: Way of The Amazons is a must buy for all fans of DC’s legendary warrior for peace.
The book will be released this August and is available for pre-order right now.
I own copies of every book listed in this article, so cannot wait to add this title to my growing Insight editions collection.

Images Courtesy of Insight Editions

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