Wonder Woman begins her DC Universe: Rebirth run by discovering that someone has been messing with her, leaving her unsure which parts of her life are real and which aren't. She seeks out Cheetah to help her find Themyscira and, hopefully, the truth.
I find myself ambivalent about the start of Wonder Woman's new run. On one hand, I am delighted about the premise. The New 52 was not kind to Wonder Woman or the characters related to her, so having the run start off by saying everything that happened was a lie was wonderful. I am on board with anything that undoes the Amazons being turned into rapists. And with the number of differing Wonder Woman origin stories that have come into play, having Wonder Woman realize all these stories don't fit together is an interesting premise that leaves me wanting to know where this leads and what the ultimate truth will turn out to be.
On the other hand, this first book is a rather boring start. There are hints of more interesting things to come later, but that doesn't help the main plot of this arc. The villain is forgettable despite his connection to Cheetah.
I have hope for where this run is going, but I just don't think this was a strong start to it.