It’s often felt like DC Comics hasn’t known what to with Wonder Woman, imbuing her with sensibilities and backstories that clash with each other. The new comics featuring Princess Diana are attempting to mold her history into one cohesive whole.
The Batman and Superman books have come out of the gate with strong, fast-paced starts. The older Kal-El from a deceased alt-reality faces a Lex Luthor who’s laying claim to the name of Superman. A more emotionally accessible Batman has deputized Batwoman to train a team of Gotham crimefighters with the mission of repelling an army that’s targeting vigilantes. The third member of DC’s Trinity is undergoing a slower, deeper reconsideration of her mythos, but things are starting to heat up.