And, once again, whether this turns out to be a happy and uplifting story eight or nine issues out from this one doesn't change the fact that the DCU has just been rebooted. People are looking for answers as to who this version of Wonder Woman is, who are her allies, what are her motives, and what are her abilities in a rebooted universe. This is not a good time to launch a long story arc full of misdirection and vague hints that will take fourteen issues or so to complete. Even if it's a good story, one that ought to eventually be told, starting with such a tale right out of the starting gate raises questions of basic editorial competence.
Again, compare Perez's first two issues to Azzarello's first eight. There were some large changes being made by Perez to Wonder Woman's cast, mythos, and motivation. By the time Perez hit issue 2, we had a good feel for what changes had in fact been made, and whether we wished to continue reading this version of the character or not. Perez did it right. Azzarello's doing it wrong.
You're basically asking me to trust him. I don't.