WONDER WOMAN: WARBRINGER reveals a stunning new look at a classic character!
We all know Diana Prince as Wonder Woman, but once upon a time was she was more of a wonder teen, Thankfully, we’ll be seeing more of those years in a new YA prose novel from DC Press written by acclaimed Grisha trilogy and Six of Crows duology author Leigh Bardugo!
Bustle just revealed the fierce cover for Wonder Woman: Warbringer and revealed some major details about the story. Take a look!
In Bardugo’s tale, Diana is a girl on a mission to prove herself to her warrior sisters. But when the opportunity arises, she throws away her shot at glory and breaks Amazon law to save a mortal — a mysterious girl named Alia Keralis. But as Diana will quickly learn, her brash act could lead the world to doom and destruction.
Because what Diana doesn’t know is that Alia is a Warbringer, a direct descendant of Helen of Troy, and she is fated to bring about bloodshed and misery. Diana and Alia must stand together against their enemies — some of whom to destroy Alia; others who want to claim her for their own.
Bardugo expressed complete pleasure with the cover: “The logo, the crossed bracelets, that red star. I think it feels iconic, just like Wonder Woman should.”
Wonder Woman: Warbringer hits shelves on August 29, 2017.