Just picked up Wonder Woman #4 and Supergirl #4.
Hammie hasn't had the chance to read Supergirl, but WW is...different. I've decided that I'm just going to shut up and go with it for now despite any reservations I might have.
I'd argue that they really messed with WW's continuity in a big way. She's now the daughter of Zeus, related to Ares, Strife, Apollo, and the other gods. Hera now HATES her mom for running around with her husband (just like she's always hated the women that dallied with her husband) and has more or less punished Paradise Island in...unique ways.
WW has always had that to come home to, and she's lacking it now...I'm not sure where they're going to go, but for now I'm patient.
I was a little bit mad about the 'angry emo' direction they gave her the end of last issue and beginning of this one, just because she's normally among the more brave, noble, LG people out there, but to their credit, she had a conversation, she stopped wearing black leather jackets (yes, really, and going to metal concerts in London!) and got over herself. So now we're cool again.
Hammie still isn't sure if this is the right way to go with a beloved and old heroine...but we'll see. She's much more 'Superman LG' than 'angry at the world'. Still, it seems to be interesting, and it's always fun to see the Greek gods worked into the mix. WW certainly never had the problem of having weak enemies...she needs her uber powers when her enemies include the Divine!
It's a little bit darker than I'm used to her stuff going (I thought Gail Simone's Circle had a much better tone to it) but for now, I'm letting it ride and be 'different'.
Side note: if you ever pick up the M&M book that includes the DC universe, look up the stats for Ares, god of war. He's out of this WORLD powerful, perhaps the toughest villain in there, and yes, I looked at Darkseid and Doomsday, too. WW manages to beat him. So I tip my proverbial hat to one of my favorites