Mr. Azzarello has created a FANTASTIC stage for future WW stories to be told upon and equipped it with potentially fantastic supporting characters, ..all of which this comic has desperately lacked, over the last twenty-plus years. However, while leaving them virtual tabula rasas for future writers to build upon, they lack the necessary depth to make a significant dramatic mark on the story, presently being told. He REALLY runs into a problem, when he kills off characters, like Lennox and Aleka, whose underdeveloped states make their deaths almost irrelevant to the story.
Lennox's head appears to still be sitting on a mantle, and Aleka's just didn't matter that much. In a story that's light on big moments, every opportunity to make an impact on we, the readers, should be exploited, ..and I don't think Mr. Azzarello has accomplished that. Perhaps, it wasn't his intention to do so. There still seems to be so much waste, here.
The story is also way, WA-aay longer than it needs to be, which is stockpiling WW ..became more appealing to me, than reading it.
It leaves Wonder Woman, Zola and Hermes, with Hera and the others twisting above and around them, standing at the eye of this narrative hurricane, ..and maybe, that's as it should be. And there's Zeke, of course...