Webcomic review: Wonderella

Guess what, all? It’s my 100th post! And what could be better for my 100th post than a review of the webcomic The Non-Adventures of Wonderella? Nothing, that’s what.

I’ve been reading this hilarious episodic comic, by Justin Pierce, since October 2009. It follows the actually-quite-adventure-full life of superhero Wonderella (real name Dana Prince, LOL). The supporting cast includes her sidekick Rita, her mom, Dr. Shark (he is a real doctor and a real shark… he is an actual shark!), fellow superheroes, and a large number of idiot villains.

Wonderella is a great character. Her sense of humor is biting, her confidence off the charts, and nobody tells her what to do! Including Jesus. Saving the world is basically a pain in her ass – she’d much rather get drunk. But somebody’s gotta do it, and we lucky readers get to watch.

Hovering over each comic gives you a little comment by the author. Don’t miss these!

Pierce’s art style is pretty simple, with no outlines and bold colors. His style is solid, unchanging, and awesome. The faces are great, too – especially Wonderella’s : D face.

Full pages don’t show up that well on WordPress, so the following non-adventures are excerpts:

Jesus Christ the Superhero part 2 (Dec 25, 2006)

An American Werewolf in AMERICA (Oct 27, 2007)
Beware the Ides of ARCH (Jan 26, 2008)
Cape of Good HOPES (Jun 25, 2011)

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