Wonder Girl #3 – Joelle Jones, Writer; Joelle Jones, Adriana Melo, Artists; Jordie Bellaire, Colorist. Ray: This is a chaotic book that raises a lot of questions, but it’s still coming together as a fairly compelling narrative. Yara Flor has been on a trip to the Amazon that started as a search for her origins and turned into a battle to survive. She’s hunted by multiple enemies, including an Eros who seems obsessed with hitting her with his arrows and influencing her mind, and a mysterious crocodile shaman who wants… well, we don’t know. The character just briefly appears to add some mystery and then disappears. As Yara is torn between Eros promising her answers and her old friend Joao asking her to come with him, it’s a pretty interesting story that shows her struggles as she steps into her own as a hero. Unfortunately, it’s a bit too jumbled and it’s not entirely clear where she fits in the larger Wonder Woman legacy, which has no shortage of characters following in Diana’s footsteps.