Wonder Woman v2 #1-100 (1987-1995)

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Wonder Woman v2 #1
The Princess and the Power!
Fecha: 1987.02| Créditos: George Pérez, Greg Potter (Guiones), George Pérez (Dibujos)| Edición española: Clásicos DC: Wonder Woman (Planeta) #1; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – LA MUJER MARAVILLA.

A band of Gods – mostly female – set out to create a race of women using the souls of women who’d been killed by men. Rains poured over Greece and the Amazons rose out of the sea and found a home on Themyscira. Eons passed, and Ares – god of war – was still bitter at the treachery of his sisters. His greatest champion, Hercules, took war to the Amazons. He was bested by Queen Hippolyte, and formed a truce. He broke the (fake) truce that night by poisoning Hippolyte and taking her captive. Hercules soon left for Troy; Hippolyte (still captive) spoke with Athena. War raged, and the Amazons emerged victorious. Hippolyte told her people they must not follow Hercules – Athena wished it not. The Amazons split – some stayed with Hippolyte, the rest went with her sister, Antiope. The gods banished them to another island – one where they must live as mortals and where no man may set foot upon. The Amazons regained their purpose and became immortal. Upon Paradise Island, they erected great buildings and statues to their gods. Thirty centuries passed before Hippolyte realized she was the only Amazon reincarnated from a soul which was pregnant. Instructed by the gods, she went to the shore and sculpted a baby from clay. The gods gave it life and their gifts. Hippolyte named the child Diana. The gods spoke: Ares had gone insane and would surely destroy the Earth. The Amazons were to hold a contest and choose a champion to go against him. Diana, now in adulthood, was forbidden by her mother to enter the contest. Athena commanded her otherwise, and (under a mask) she won. She was given silver bracers by the Amazons so that she would stand out among them. Hippolyte was enraged, but realized her daughter was right.

Notas: Debut de Ares post-Crisis. Origen de Wonder Woman post-Crisis. Las aventuras continúan de Wonder Woman v1 #329 (1986).


Wonder Woman v2 #2
A Fire in the Sky
Fecha: 1987.03| Créditos: George Pérez, Greg Potter (Guiones), George Pérez (Dibujos)| Edición española: Clásicos DC: Wonder Woman (Planeta) #1; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – LA MUJER MARAVILLA.

Air Force Colonel Stephen Trevor was called into duty to fly a somewhat new war plane to specific coordinates. He internally questioned the task due to his experience and relationship with his general. Diana was given a weapon – a golden lasso of truth. Hermes led her to her first destination – Ares’ former home. There, she found a wretch who gave her a talisman. Hermes got her back to Paradise Island, where an airplane was about to crash. Diana had never seen such a sight. Ares had taken over Trevor’s copilot and dropped a bomb. Diana was able to divert the bomb – it exploded in the sky. She then flew straight into the sea in hopes of getting answers from the crashed plane. She saw her first man – Steve Trevor – and saved him from the wreckage. Athena and Hermes appeared to the Amazons. Hermes took Diana to the world of man to further her quest. The General who’d assigned Trevor to the mission was found dead. Phobos and Deimos, sons of Ares, watched.

Notas: Debut del lazo mágico, Steve Trevor y la Teniente Etta Candy post crisis. Debut de Decadencia.


Wonder Woman v2 #3
Deadly Arrival!
Fecha: 1987.04| Créditos: George Pérez, Len Wein (Guiones), George Pérez (Dibujos)| Edición española: Clásicos DC: Wonder Woman (Planeta) #1; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – LA MUJER MARAVILLA.

Steve Trevor was found in a hospital bed in Boston. His wounds – even those internal – were healing. He was soon attacked by a superior officer. Trevor escaped and sought to find what was going on. He found a friend, Etta Candy, and asked her for help. Diana was led by Hermes to a library, where she showed a woman (Professor Julia Kapatelis) her amulet. The woman agreed to help her. Later, a little girl with the same name received what she believed was an ugly doll. The Professor brought Diana home with her and began to tutor her. The doll her daughter had received came alive. Vanessa (the Professor’s daughter) screamed. Diana and Julia headed downstairs and found a creature calling herself Decay, daughter of Medusa.

Notas: Debut de Julia y Vanessa Kapatelis.


Wonder Woman v2 #4
A Long Day’s Journey Into Fright!
Fecha: 1987.05| Créditos: George Pérez, Len Wein (Guiones), George Pérez (Dibujos)| Edición española: Clásicos DC: Wonder Woman (Planeta) #1; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – LA MUJER MARAVILLA.

Decay flew away with Diana’s tiara. The Amazon gave chase while Kapatelis got her daughter to a hospital (she’d become elderly). Decay’s breath spread throughout Boston, leaving everything in it’s wake crumbling. Diana was able to catch Decay in her golden lasso and the beast was destroyed. At her crumbling victim’s ashes, Diana recovered her tiara. The press ganged up on her to get a story, but she got spooked and flew off. The next day’s papers dubbed her Wonder Woman hoping to cash in on Superman’s fame. After seeing some of the newscasts, Steve Trevor realized he hadn’t been hallucinating about his rescuer – he set out to find her. He found her in a cabin in the woods (with Julia Kapatelis). Diana mysteriously began speaking English, though broken. Midway through his explanation, he heard his companion, Etta, get injured. A man stood above her. They rushed to her.


Wonder Woman v2 #5
The Ares Assault
Fecha: 1987.06| Créditos: George Pérez, Len Wein (Guiones), George Pérez (Dibujos)| Edición española: Clásicos DC: Wonder Woman (Planeta) #1; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – LA MUJER MARAVILLA.

Diana nursed Etta back to health as the man who’d inadvertently startled her was a friend of Trevor’s. Diana conceded the truth – she and Trevor needed each other. Using a map of ancient Greece, Diana’s talisman, and a map of the world, Diana realized what was happening. A pattern formed of bloody battles and foreshadowed a new one. Michaelis called his command center as a militant group took over a facility in the United States. Diana placed the talisman on a mirror; she and her friends were transported to Ares’ sons. Diana killed Deimos and gained the other half of the talisman; Phobos fled. The talisman was reconnected and the group was transported to the overtaken missile base. General Tolliver was awaiting them and Ares soon showed himself.

Notas: Diana mata a Deimos.


Wonder Woman v2 #6
Powerplay
Fecha: 1987.07| Créditos: George Pérez, Len Wein (Guiones), George Pérez (Dibujos)| Edición española: Clásicos DC: Wonder Woman (Planeta) #1; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – LA MUJER MARAVILLA.

The media gained knowledge of the Tolliver situation and his plot to fire a nuclear missile at Moscow. Reports came in that Moscow was also armed and ready to fire. Diana and her group rushed the rebels. Trevor got to Tolliver; Diana broke through the door separating them and disappeared. Tolliver and his troops were reanimated by Ares and the Amazonian Princess did battle against him. Her golden lasso showed him the truth – if the fight went on, all life would perish leaving no one to worship him. Ares vanished, stopping the would-be war. Trevor emerged a hero carrying Diana.


Wonder Woman v2 #7
Rebirth
Fecha: 1987.08| Créditos: George Pérez, Len Wein (Guiones), George Pérez (Dibujos)| Edición española: Clásicos DC: Wonder Woman (Planeta) #2; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – LA MUJER MARAVILLA.

Olympus rejoiced as Ares was defeated. The gods smiled on Paradise Island. Zeus and Poseidon healed Diana. She was given a gift by Athena and Hermes – winged shoes so she could travel to and from Man’s World. She returned there to learn the fate of her new friends. She helped heal Julia’s child and learned that Michaelis was killed in the battle. Diana was given a publicist and became a worldwide sensation. Another woman plotted to take her lasso.

Notas: Debut de la publicista Myndi Mayer.


Wonder Woman v2 #8
Legends: Time Passages
Fecha: 1987.09| Créditos: George Pérez, Len Wein (Guiones), George Pérez (Dibujos)| Edición española: Clásicos DC: Wonder Woman (Planeta) #2; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – LA MUJER MARAVILLA.

Professor Julia Kapatelis wrote an entry in her Wonder Woman journal about Diana’s speaking tour. Julia had been her interpreter, as Diana was still a bit uncomfortable with the English language. They’d had their ups and downs on the trip. Diana decided to cancel the final leg of the tour and headed home with Julia. During the G. Gordon Godfrey situations (the Legends event – when all superheroes were banned), Julia’s home was attacked. Diana left for Paradise Island not wanting her friend to be harmed due to her presence. She returned during the final confrontation and was asked to join the newly reformed Justice League, but she declined as she was not yet ready to venture fully into man’s world. As a woman traveled to Boston in hopes of nabbing Diana’s lasso, Etta wrote a letter to Steve Trevor: the army had put her through all sorts of tests to find out what she was and what she could do. She passed them all: bullets vs. bracelets (three marksmen fired on her at close range, and she deflected all shots), she kept a jet from taking off by using her lasso, destroyed a tank with her bare hands, and she outmaneuvered the plane in the air. Julia’s daughter got her first boyfriend due to her friendship with Diana. After Diana held a lecture at her school, she got into a fight with some boys who were making fun of her new hero. Barbara Minerva arrived in Boston and began her quest for the lasso. She sent a letter to Diana’s publicist.


Wonder Woman v2 #9
Blood of the Cheetah
Fecha: 1987.10| Créditos: George Pérez, Len Wein (Guiones), George Pérez (Dibujos)| Edición española: Clásicos DC: Wonder Woman (Planeta) #2; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – LA MUJER MARAVILLA.

Barbara Minerva’s servant performed a ritual on her – as she slept in a trance-like state, he slit her wrist and gave the blood to the plant god. Mindi Mayer, Diana’s publicist, set up a meeting between her client and Minerva (who claimed to have another part of Gaea’s girdle – what the lasso was made from). Diana’s excitement for the situation turned to dread as the meeting neared. When Minerva touched the lasso, she blurted out that there was no second piece. Diana lashed out at Mindi and flew away. Barbara Minerva applied her war paint as Chuma prepared the elixir from the god-plant. When she drank it, she became bestial – a Cheetah. She found Diana in the woods near the Kapatelis’ home. They fought. Diana realized her lasso had no affect on the beast, and they were quite evenly matched. Julia interrupted their brawl by shooting the creature. Diana chased her into a nearby body of water, but her search came up empty. A few days later, Julia and Vanessa Kapatelis tearfully said their good-byes to Diana as she returned home to Paradise Island.

Notas: Debut de Cheetah (Barbara Minerva) post-Crisis y su sirviente Chuma, su origen se narra en Wonder Woman v2 #29 (1989). Cheetah I (Priscila Rich) debutó en Wonder Woman #6 (1944), Cheetah II (Deborah Domaine) en Wonder Woman vol. 1 #274 (1980).


Wonder Woman v2 #10
The Challenge of the Gods Book 1: Paradise Lost!
Fecha: 1987.11| Créditos: George Pérez, Len Wein (Guiones), George Pérez (Dibujos)| Edición española: Clásicos DC: Wonder Woman (Planeta) #2; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – LA MUJER MARAVILLA.

As the Amazonian council pondered the items Diana had brought back from man’s world, Zeus decided to meet the princess. He summoned her and ordered her to worship him physically. When she told him that must be a mutual decision, he blasted her with a lightning bolt. Her mother also defied Zeus, but he was pulled back to Olympus before he could wreak vengeance. Diana and Hippolyte went to the Oracle; Diana was summoned to Olympus. The gods put a challenge before her: she was to take on the beasts which lived in the cave below Paradise Island. She defeated Cottus and was met next by the Hydra


Wonder Woman v2 #11
The Challenge of the Gods Book 2: Fire and Torment
Fecha: 1987.12| Créditos: George Pérez, Len Wein (Guiones), George Pérez (Dibujos)| Edición española: Clásicos DC: Wonder Woman (Planeta) #2; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – LA MUJER MARAVILLA.

The Gods watched as Diana battled the Hydra. Once it was defeated, she was allowed rest before her next challenge. Hippolyte, after being visited by a vulture, donned her armor and went out to help her daughter. Diana awakened to the screams of the Amazons who’d fallen protecting the door. She saw Julia being tormented and carried on. She fell into the clutches of Echidna. Hippolyte defeated Phillippus, who tried to stop her from entering the cave. Diana defeated Echidna and continued on. After seeing visions of Col. Trevor’s doomed plane, she arrived before the warrior for which she was named. Back on Earth, Steve Trevor learned of his father’s death.

Notas: Debut de Diana Rockwell Trevor


Wonder Woman v2 #12
Millennium: The Challenge of the Gods, Book 3: Echoes of the Past
Fecha: 1988.01| Créditos: George Pérez, Len Wein (Guiones), George Pérez (Dibujos)| Edición española: Clásicos DC: Wonder Woman (Planeta) #2; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – LA MUJER MARAVILLA.

Diana learned the former Diana was Steve Trevor’s mother. As Hippolyte neared her daughter, she was attacked by skeletal warriors borne of the Hydra. The queen was victorious and followed the vulture deeper into the cave. Diana told her namesake about her past – she’d been a test pilot and had crashed an experimental jet after it was struck by lightning. She washed up on the shores of Paradise Island. She heard screams – the Amazons were being attacked. Using her pistol, she went in blazing. Diana Trevor died in the assault, but she was given a warrior’s funeral. Hades appeared and continued the story. She left with him to be reunited with her husband. Diana then encountered Pan, who prepared to take her to the home of the Green Lanterns – she would go up against the Manhunters. Hippolyte was attacked by Harpies.


Wonder Woman v2 #13
Millennium: The Challenge of the Gods, Book 4: Demonplague
Fecha: 1988.02| Créditos: George Pérez, Len Wein (Guiones), George Pérez (Dibujos)| Edición española: Clásicos DC: Wonder Woman (Planeta) #2; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – LA MUJER MARAVILLA.

Hippolyte encountered Heracles, now as a stone statue. Further on, she found a sleeping Cyclopes and the skull of Pan. The gods were angered when they saw this; Hermes was dispatched to save the Amazons – an impostor was leading Diana. Hermes grabbed Diana and removed her from man’s world, where she was preparing to help the Justice League deal with the Manhunters. She freed her mother from the awakened Cyclops. Hippolyte then went to free Heracles. Echidna and her minotaur grabbed the queen. The blind Cyclops happened to grab the minotaur and they fell into a bottomless pit. Ares’ daughter appeared to them and gave Diana a piece of the talisman. Heracles was freed, releasing countless demons. Diana was able to capture them in Harmonia’s amulet. She handed it over to Ares. Hermes gave Diana one last challenge: find the manhunter who impersonated his son and bring him to justice.


Wonder Woman v2 #14
For the Glory of Gaea
Fecha: 1988.03| Créditos: George Pérez, Len Wein (Guiones), George Pérez (Dibujos)| Edición española: Clásicos DC: Wonder Woman (Planeta) #3; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – LA MUJER MARAVILLA.

Diana returned to find Heracles holding Paradise Island on his shoulders. She rescued her mother. When she returned to help Heracles, Zeus lifted the burdens from both. Heracles apologized to the Amazons and was welcomed with open arms. He became the first man to set foot on Paradise Island. As Hippolyte healed, the Amazons ceremoniously burned their weapons and armor. Heracles was pleased to learn that Diana was not his daughter from his previous (maddened) encounter with Hippolyte. He returned to Olympus. Diana was to return to the outside world to both teach and learn. Etta and Steve professed their love for each other.


Wonder Woman v2 #15
Swan Song
Fecha: 1988.04| Créditos: George Pérez, Len Wein (Guiones), George Pérez (Dibujos)| Edición española: Clásicos DC: Wonder Woman (Planeta) #3, LAS AVENTURAS DE SUPERMAN vol. 1 ed. 1 num 17; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – RASTROS.

Diana awakened from a dream where she and Superman kissed. Her publicist was planning a fair for charity in her honor. Elsewhere, a woman escaped being run down by a car, only to have its driver pull a gun. The gunman was shot by another and the woman was shot by the same man. She (Maxine Sterenbuch) woke up later chained to a bed. Her captor (who merely shot her with tranquilizer) introduced himself as Solomon. He told her the Silver Swan (Valerie Beaudry) had a contract out on her life. Maxine confided in the man that she’d been penpals with Valerie for several years and had only recently met her. Solomon showed her a picture of a horribly deformed creature nothing like the beautiful woman Maxine knew. Her parents had been victim of nuclear testing and she was born that way. Five years previous, she was brought into the Silver Swan project due to the mutant powers she’d developed. Steve Trevor (now resigned from the Air Force) met Vanessa at the fair. Shortly thereafter, Wonder Woman was introduced. Another flying woman in white – the Silver Swan – attacked the fair

Notas: Debut de Cisne Plateado I (Valerie Beaudry) y del policia Ed Indelicato. Cisne Plateado pre-Crisis (Helen Alexandros) debutó en Wonder Woman vol. 1 288 (1982).


Wonder Woman v2 #16
Bird of Paradise / Bird of Prey!
Fecha: 1988.05| Créditos: George Pérez, Len Wein (Guiones), George Pérez (Dibujos)| Edición española: Clásicos DC: Wonder Woman (Planeta) #3, LAS AVENTURAS DE SUPERMAN vol. 1 ed. 1 num 17; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – RASTROS.

Wonder Woman saved all the children from the falling ferris wheel, but the Silver Swan (being controlled by others) let loose more sonic screams and totally destroyed the carnival. Hovering above her destruction, she gave a speech (or rather spoke the words she was given). Wonder Woman’s vanity had ruined the real purpose of the carnival – needy children. Silver Swan ordered those below her to hand over the money. Wonder Woman was told to take it to her. Solomon took a shot at her when she let down her sonic force field to receive the money; Wonder Woman went after her. After a chase and a battle, Wonder Woman captured the Silver Swan. Her handlers saw that she was freaking out, then she let loose a huge scream. Diana met Steve and gave him his mother’s gun. Back at the Kapatelis home, Diana saw a poster of Superman on Vanessa’s wall. She confided with the youngster that she had feelings for him. Vanessa urged her to meet up with him and tell him. She contacted her agent, who set up a meeting. Action 600 Different Worlds Diana met Superman, who surprised her with a passionate kiss. They discussed what they were or were not feeling for each other, then flew away together. As they discussed powers and responsibilities, Hermes called out for Diana. She went to him immediately. Though she told Superman to stay back, he followed anyway. Diana found Hermes and freed him from his cell – a new god had invaded Olympus: Darkseid. After noting them there, Darkseid sent Kalibak and Amazing Grace to distract the heroes. Wonder Woman and Superman saw their adversaries as each other. Back on Earth, Myndi (Diana’s publicist / agent) put out the word that the two heroes were in love. Diana and Superman battled their way toward Darkseid. She made him realize that he could not have taken Olympus so easily had the Gods of Myth stood in his way. He’d only encountered Hermes since invading. He and his minions boom tubed back to Apokolips. Superman and Wonder Woman returned to Earth and realized they were too different to pursue a romantic relationship. Superman introduced himself as Clark to her.

Notas: Continúa en Action Comics #600


Wonder Woman v2 #17
Traces
Fecha: 1988.06| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), George Pérez (Dibujos)| Edición española: Clásicos DC: Wonder Woman (Planeta) #3; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – RASTROS.

Steve and Etta drove Diana and Vanessa to the airport – they were heading to Greece for the winter. On the way, Diana read them a letter from her mother (a dove arrived with it shortly before they departed). From the airport, Diana wrote her mother and sent the dove back to Paradise Island. The Gods of Myth debated a retaliation against Darkseid for the damage done to Olympus. Diana arrived in Greece to much fanfare. In another part of the country, a plot was devised to destroy her. As they toured the land, Diana felt her ancestors and the gods everywhere. While on a boat, Diana began feeling cold while looking at a nearby island. She passed out.

Notas: Debut de Circe (Donna Milton) post-Crisis. La Circe original debutó en Wonder Woman Vol. 1 #37 (1949).


Wonder Woman v2 #18
Creatures of the Dark
Fecha: 1988.07| Créditos: George Pérez, Dan LIttleford (Guiones), George Pérez, Palmer Worley (Dibujos)| Edición española: Clásicos DC: Wonder Woman (Planeta) #3; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – RASTROS.

Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades journeyed to the final resting place of their father. From inside his body, they pulled the Olympian Pact. They destroyed it and created another. Diana was released from the hospital and she went with her friends to the home of Julia’s parents. Spies continued to watch her. Stavros, an old family friend of Julia’s, was called away by a mysterious note. He met with its sender and was informed of the plot against Diana by the witch on the island. Throughout the land, people were killed by possessed beasts. Stavros was given a scroll to translate. He was interrupted by Vanessa, who was there to make a phone call. Later in the evening, Diana and Julia went to pick her up, but the house was engulfed in flames. Diana rescued Stavros, but he told her Vanessa had escaped. Diana found her nearby with the scroll, but they were confronted by monsters wanting the document. Vanessa was spared, but Diana was taken by the beasts. Circe ordered them to bring the Amazon to her.


Wonder Woman v2 #19
The Witch on the Island
Fecha: 1988.08| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), George Pérez (Dibujos)| Edición española: Clásicos DC: Wonder Woman (Planeta) #3; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – RASTROS.

Circe introduced herself to Diana when the princess regained consciousness. As she brewed a spell, she told Diana her backstory and how she used Antiope to kill Hippolyte. Diana raged and broke free of her bindings. Circe blasted her. Locals attacked Circe’s island, killing many of her creatures. They fought their way to the witch’s palace, where Circe neared completion of her potion. Diana was placed in mud, where the potion were degenerate her back into her original state. Julia got to the area and shot the potion out of Circe’s hand; she gave Diana back her lasso, and the Amazon stopped her from killing the witch. Circe’s servants captured Julia, and Diana was again knocked out. As Circe neared them for the killing blow, a shout rang out and she disappeared along with her castle and minions. The locals, assuming Diana had killed her, celebrated. Hermes looked on from Olympus – he didn’t want Diana to believe that all the gods had abandoned her. A week later, as the group readied for the trip back to the United States, Vanessa showed them a newspaper – Diana’s publicist, Myndi, had been murdered.


Wonder Woman v2 #20
Who Killed Myndi Mayer?
Fecha: 1988.09| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), George Pérez (Dibujos)| Edición española: Clásicos DC: Wonder Woman (Planeta) #3; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – RASTROS.

A media circus broke out when word hit that Myndi Mayer, publicist to the stars, was found dead. A suspect list grew out of her list of clients and employees. Steve London, a recently fired art director was the prime candidate: he was found drunk in a nearby hospital with a stab wound. A bloody letter opener was found in Mayer’s office and he’d been seen in the building. London told the police a meeting had been called a few days prior: 153 lawsuits had been brought against the firm. He and several others were fired. He and another got liquored up and he didn’t remember anything afterwards. Diana began her own investigation of one of Mayer’s top aides, Skeeter LaRue. The murder weapon was found. London’s fingerprints were all over it. Another former employee who’d been with London on the night of the murder told investigators she found papers tying LaRue to drug trafficking. She was fired after showing the paperwork to Mayer. Diana showed up at police headquarters insisting that they let her use her lasso on London. London’s wife refused; LaRue (real name Michael Boyd) was found dead. Diana was there with him. When questioned, she said Skeeter had confessed to her that he’d killed Mayer. As he was leaving her office, London came in. He stabbed the man with the letter opener, then put his prints on the gun. The investigators told Diana that the woman was dead before either of them arrived – of a cocaine overdose.


Wonder Woman v2 #21
The Cosmic Migration
Fecha: 1988.10| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), George Pérez (Dibujos)| Edición española: Clásicos DC: Wonder Woman (Planeta) #4; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – RASTROS.

Diana began to doubt her mission and her purpose. As she and Julia spoke, her messenger pigeon appeared. She was needed at home urgently. Hermes met with Hercules as they watched Diana return home. She, her mother, and Menalippe were summoned to Olympus. The gods were planning a cosmic migration where they would leave their plane of existence and cut themselves off from Earth. The Amazons voted and were behind their decision. With the help of Diana, Olympus was destroyed so it could be rebuilt anew. Hercules promised they’d return.


Wonder Woman v2 #22
Through Destiny’s Door
Fecha: 1988.11| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), George Pérez (Dibujos)| Edición española: Clásicos DC: Wonder Woman (Planeta) #4; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – RASTROS.

The Amazons voted to allow man’s world to enter their culture. Back in the US, Vanessa flunked a geometry test, got dumped by her boyfriend, and her mother began dating one of her teachers. While driving home, Diana lifted the car and flew them the rest of the way. She invited them to Themyscira. She then looked for Etta Candy (who was on a special assignment) and Steve Trevor (who wasn’t answering his calls). A small silver sphere flew through the area and touched two people.

Notas: Conitnúa en Wonder Woman Annual #1; Connected with Who Is Wonder Girl? storyline


Wonder Woman v2 #23
A God Among Men
Fecha: 1988.12| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), George Pérez (Dibujos)| Edición española: Clásicos DC: Wonder Woman (Planeta) #4; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – RASTROS.

After giving a press conference to announce the opening of her world to the world of man, Diana was approached by a hooded figure. The woman realized Diana was not who she was looking for and vanished. Diana then realized Hermes was in town. Hermes performed miracles in front of people, showering them with riches, healing children, and stopping thieves. After he and Julia had words, Diana left with him. Hermes returned later (Diana had left to be with her people) and was taken by a young woman who professed her family’s belief in the gods. At her father’s bedside, Hermes was captured – the woman was Euryale (a Gorgon) and her father was Phobos. Hermes was placed in a dungeon with Ixion the Assassin.


Wonder Woman v2 #24
Combat Zone
Fecha: 1988.12| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), George Pérez (Dibujos)| Edición española: Clásicos DC: Wonder Woman (Planeta) #4; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – RASTROS.

Using the power from Hermes’ staff, Phobos set Ixion free. The giant rampaged through the streets. Hermes was able to contact Diana, who headed toward Boston. She was able to take the beast by surprise; Hermes was freed. He killed the Gorgon. Wonder Woman was able to subdue and capture Ixion. Hermes told her he must be imprisoned beneath Paradise Island. Diana prayed for an alternative and it was granted. The beast freed itself and was destroyed by fighter jets. Elsewhere, Lt. Candy deciphered what she believed to be an invasion plan from outer space.


Wonder Woman v2 #25
Invasion: The Burning School
Fecha: 1988.12| Créditos: George Pérez, Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis (Guiones), Chris Marrinan (Dibujos)| Edición española: Invasion 2 (Zinco); GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – SECRETOS EN LA ARENA.

Wonder Woman strikes back as the great Invasion comes to Themyscira. The Alien Alliance is attacking patriarch’s world, and their thundering cannons breach the divine portal into Paradise Island. She takes out an entire fleet of Thanagarians, inadvertently allowing them to perish in the explosions. She feels little remorse for the cold-blooded killers. She tries to save the rest of them from perishing in the eldritch fury inside the barrier, but is unsuccessful because they attack her even in the face of death. This is an enemy unlike any she has ever faced before. Etta Candy runs for her life Added by Mrblonde267Lieutenant Etta Candy flees for her life in the South Pacific. She has picked up and decoded alien transmissions, intelligence which she must report back to base. However, her position has been discovered, and she is running a gauntlet of death and terror simply to return alive. The military contacts Wonder Woman and asks her to fight alongside Justice League International. They are battling Khunds in the Pacific territories, and while the Leaguers are providing most of the muscle, Gardner on warfare Added by Mrblonde267they need someone to go in and rescue Lieutenant Candy and her intelligence. She is briefed alongside Martian Manhunter. Taking two experienced fighters with her into the wilderness, Guy Gardner and Rocket Red, Diana goes off to find her friend and crack some alien heads while she’s at it. They fly through numerous Khund battle cruisers, annihilating those that get in their way. Wonder Woman and Guy Gardner argue over whether or not it’s acceptable to kill the alien invaders when they have the option of deactivating their ships. Things come to a climax as Etta, beaten and unable to run any longer, is forced to make herself a target to gain the attention of her rescuers. As death lasers rain down from above like hellfire, the heroes converge on her presence and are barely able to plummet down and save her in time. Wonder Woman is forced to blow up a ship full of Khunds to save Gardner’s life, although she doesn’t realize his ring would have protected him. Gardner calls attention this, and she says she did what any Amazon would have done. They bring Etta back safely. Later on, after the battle is over, Martian Manhunter and Wonder Woman report to their superiors in command. Although both of them were successful in their operation, neither feels any sense of victory. They don’t see that wholesale slaughter could be anything to be proud of, even in war time. This war, like all others, dehumanizes us, and no living being’s death should ever be celebrated. But they do what must be done. As they finish up, Blue Beetle tells the group that word has gotten in from Captain Atom and there’s a super-hero summit being held for all active heroes to coordinate for the crisis.


Wonder Woman v2 #26
Invasion: The Immortal Storm
Fecha: 1989.01| Créditos: George Pérez, Keith Giffen, Cary Bates, Tom Joyner (Guiones), Chris Marrinan, Neil Vokes (Dibujos)| Edición española: Invasion ? (Zinco); GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – SECRETOS EN LA ARENA.



Wonder Woman v2 #27
From Day Into Night
Fecha: 1989.02| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), Chris Marrinan (Dibujos)| Edición española: Wonder Woman v1 (Zinco) #21; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – SECRETOS EN LA ARENA.



Wonder Woman v2 #28
Jungle Sacrament
Fecha: 1989.03| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), Chris Marrinan (Dibujos)| Edición española: Wonder Woman v1 (Zinco) #21-22; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – SECRETOS EN LA ARENA.



Wonder Woman v2 #29
Bloodvine
Fecha: 1989.04| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), Chris Marrinan (Dibujos)| Edición española: Wonder Woman v1 (Zinco) #22-23; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – SECRETOS EN LA ARENA.

Chuma has poisoned Wonder Woman. As she lies paralyzed before him, he regals her with the tale of his mistress’s origin. Years ago, he met Barbara Minerva and told her the legend of the planet god Urzkartaga and his bride the Cheetah goddess. Through the course of the tale, Barbara learned about the human sacrifice and the consumption of the Blood Vine – both of which were necessary to gain the Cat goddess’ power of immortality. Barbara held Chuma at gunpoint and forced to perform the ritual on her. In order to satisfy the blood sacrifice, Barbara killed one of her own soldiers Tom Leavens. As the moon rose, Barbara transformed into the Cheetah. However, the ritual produced an unexpected side effect. By the light of day when her powers faded, her health began to deteriorate. Only during the nights of the full moon would she gain the power and vitality of the Cheetah. As Chuma concludes his tale, Wonder Woman springs forward. She had faked the symptoms of being poisoned in order to bide her time. Now at full health, she flies off in search of the Cheetah. Arriving at an Egyptian mosque, she is shocked to find several warriors surrounding her. More surprising is the fact that these warriors appear to be Amazons.

Notas: Origen de Cheetah.


Wonder Woman v2 #30
To Live by the Sword
Fecha: 1989.05| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), Chris Marrinan (Dibujos)| Edición española: Wonder Woman v1 (Zinco) #23; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – SECRETOS EN LA ARENA.

Notas: Debut de las amazonas Bana-Mihgdall.


Wonder Woman v2 #31
The Savage Moon!
Fecha: 1989.06| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), Chris Marrinan (Dibujos)| Edición española: Wonder Woman v1 (Zinco) #24; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – SECRETOS EN LA ARENA.



Wonder Woman v2 #32
Meanwhile…
Fecha: 1989.07| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), Tom Grummett, Steve Montano (Dibujos)| Edición española: Wonder Woman v1 (Zinco) #24,25; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – SECRETOS EN LA ARENA.



Wonder Woman v2 #33
Secrets in the Sand
Fecha: 1989.08| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), Chris Marrinan (Dibujos)| Edición española: Wonder Woman v1 (Zinco) #26; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – SECRETOS EN LA ARENA.



Wonder Woman v2 #34
Tournament of the Crown
Fecha: 1989.09| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), Chris Marrinan (Dibujos)| Edición española: Wonder Woman v1 (Zinco) #26; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – SECRETOS EN LA ARENA.

Notas: Debut de Shim’Tar.


Wonder Woman v2 #35
Journey’s End
Fecha: 1989.10| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), Chris Marrinan, Steve Montano (Dibujos)| Edición española: Wonder Woman v1 (Zinco) #27; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – SECRETOS EN LA ARENA.



Wonder Woman v2 #36
Changes in the Wind
Fecha: 1989.11| Créditos: George Pérez, Mindy Newell (Guiones), Chris Marrinan, Steve Montano (Dibujos)| Edición española: Wonder Woman v1 (Zinco) #29; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – EXTRAÑOS EN EL PARAÍSO.



Wonder Woman v2 #37
Strangers in Paradise
Fecha: 1989.12| Créditos: George Pérez, Mindy Newell (Guiones), Chris Marrinan, Steve Montano (Dibujos)| Edición española: Wonder Woman v1 (Zinco) #29-30; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – EXTRAÑOS EN EL PARAÍSO.

Notas: Debut de Eris, la hija de Ares.


Wonder Woman v2 #38
Forbidden Fruit
Fecha: 1990.01| Créditos: George Pérez, Mindy Newell (Guiones), Chris Marrinan (Dibujos)| Edición española: Wonder Woman v1 (Zinco) #30,31; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – EXTRAÑOS EN EL PARAÍSO.

Notas: Se comenta por primera vez las relaciones lesbianas de las amazonas


Wonder Woman v2 #39
Poisoned Souls
Fecha: 1990.02| Créditos: George Pérez, Mindy Newell (Guiones), Chris Marrinan (Dibujos)| Edición española: Wonder Woman v1 (Zinco) #31; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – EXTRAÑOS EN EL PARAÍSO.



Wonder Woman v2 #40
Divided We Fall
Fecha: 1990.03| Créditos: George Pérez, Mindy Newell (Guiones), Chris Marrinan (Dibujos)| Edición española: Wonder Woman v1 (Zinco) #32; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – EXTRAÑOS EN EL PARAÍSO.



Wonder Woman v2 #41
The Ties That Bind
Fecha: 1990.04| Créditos: George Pérez, Mindy Newell (Guiones), Chris Marrinan (Dibujos)| Edición española: Wonder Woman v1 (Zinco) #32; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – EXTRAÑOS EN EL PARAÍSO.



Wonder Woman v2 #42
The Silver Wing of Terror
Fecha: 1990.05| Créditos: George Pérez, Mindy Newell (Guiones), Chris Marrinan (Dibujos)| Edición española: Wonder Woman v1 (Zinco) #33; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – EXTRAÑOS EN EL PARAÍSO.



Wonder Woman v2 #43
The Armageddon Aria
Fecha: 1990.06| Créditos: George Pérez, Mindy Newell (Guiones), Chris Marrinan (Dibujos)| Edición española: Wonder Woman v1 (Zinco) #34; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – EXTRAÑOS EN EL PARAÍSO.

Notas: Origen de Cisne Plateado I.


Wonder Woman v2 #44
Caged
Fecha: 1990.07| Créditos: George Pérez, Mindy Newell (Guiones), Chris Marrinan (Dibujos)| Edición española: Wonder Woman v1 (Zinco) #34; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – EXTRAÑOS EN EL PARAÍSO.



Wonder Woman v2 #45
Legacy
Fecha: 1990.08| Créditos: George Pérez, Mindy Newell (Guiones), Jill Thompson, Cynthia Martin, Colleen Doran (Dibujos)| Edición española: Wonder Woman v1 (Zinco) #35; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – EXTRAÑOS EN EL PARAÍSO.



Wonder Woman v2 #46
Chalk Drawings
Fecha: 1990.09| Créditos: George Pérez, Mindy Newell (Guiones), Jill Thompson (Dibujos)| Edición española: Wonder Woman v1 (Zinco) #35,36; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – JUEGOS MENTALES.

Notas: Suicidio de Lucy Spears.


Wonder Woman v2 #47
Common Ground
Fecha: 1990.10| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), Jill Thompson (Dibujos)| Edición española: Wonder Woman v1 (Zinco) #36,37; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – JUEGOS MENTALES.



Wonder Woman v2 #48
Fang and Claw
Fecha: 1990.11| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), Jill Thompson (Dibujos)| Edición española: Wonder Woman v1 (Zinco) #37; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – JUEGOS MENTALES.



Wonder Woman v2 #49
Look Back In Wonder
Fecha: 1990.12| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), Colleen Doran (Dibujos)| Edición española: Wonder Woman v1 (Zinco) #38; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – JUEGOS MENTALES.



Wonder Woman v2 #50
Embrace the Cosmic Dawn
Fecha: 1991.01| Créditos: George Pérez, Jill Thompson, Romeo Tanghal, John Costanza, Tom Zuiko, Tom Peyer, Karen Berger (Guiones), Adam Hughes, Brian Bolland, Chris Bachalo, Cynthia Martin, Jill Thompson, Kevin Nowlan, Linda Medley, Marie Severin, Matt Wagner, P. Craig Russell, Sergio Aragonés (Dibujos)| Edición española: Wonder Woman v1 (Zinco) #38; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – JUEGOS MENTALES.



Wonder Woman v2 #51
Speeding Image
Fecha: 1991.02| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), Jill Thompson (Dibujos)| Edición española: GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – JUEGOS MENTALES.



Wonder Woman v2 #52
Shards
Fecha: 1991.03| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), Cynthia Martin (Dibujos)| Edición española: GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – JUEGOS MENTALES.



Wonder Woman v2 #53
Welcome To My Nightmare
Fecha: 1991.04| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), Jill Thompson (Dibujos)| Edición española: GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – JUEGOS MENTALES.



Wonder Woman v2 #54
Mind Games
Fecha: 1991.05| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), Jill Thompson (Dibujos)| Edición española: GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – JUEGOS MENTALES.

Notas: Debut de Dr. Pischo post-Crisis. El Dr. Pischo original (Edgar Cizko) debutó en Wonder Woman #5 (1943).


Wonder Woman v2 #55
Psycho Path
Fecha: 1991.06| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), Jill Thompson (Dibujos)| Edición española: GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – JUEGOS MENTALES.



Wonder Woman v2 #56
Victims
Fecha: 1991.07| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), Joe Phillips (Dibujos)| Edición española: GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – JUEGOS MENTALES.



Wonder Woman v2 #57
The Fugitive Kind
Fecha: 1991.08| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), Jill Thompson (Dibujos)| Edición española: GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: GEORGE PÉREZ – JUEGOS MENTALES.



Wonder Woman v2 #58
War of the gods: Atlas Shrugged
Fecha: 1991.09| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), Jill Thompson (Dibujos)| Edición española: WONDER WOMAN: LA GUERRA DE LOS DIOSES.



Wonder Woman v2 #59
War of the gods: Tales from the Front Lines
Fecha: 1991.10| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), Jill Thompson (Dibujos)| Edición española: WONDER WOMAN: LA GUERRA DE LOS DIOSES.

Notas: Continua en War of the Gods #2


Wonder Woman v2 #60
War of the gods: Blood and Sand
Fecha: 1991.11| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), Cynthia Martin, Joe Phillips (Dibujos)| Edición española: WONDER WOMAN: LA GUERRA DE LOS DIOSES.

Notas: Continua en War of the Gods #3


Wonder Woman v2 #61
War of the gods: To Avenge an Amazon
Fecha: 1992.01| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), Jill Thompson (Dibujos)| Edición española: WONDER WOMAN: LA GUERRA DE LOS DIOSES.

Notas: Continua en War of the Gods #4


Wonder Woman v2 #62
Pages Turned
Fecha: 1992.02| Créditos: George Pérez (Guiones), Jill Thompson (Dibujos)| Edición española: WONDER WOMAN: LA GUERRA DE LOS DIOSES.

Notas: Primera vez que Diana asume el nombre de Diana Prince.


Wonder Woman v2 #63
Operation: Cheetah Part Two
Fecha: 1992.06| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs, Tom Peyer (Guiones), Jill Thompson (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Notas: Continúa de Wonder Woman Special #1


Wonder Woman v2 #64
The Heart of the City
Fecha: 1992.07| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Jill Thompson (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v2 #65
Fever Dream
Fecha: 1992.08| Créditos: Joey Cavalieri (Guiones), Paris Cullins (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v2 #66
A Sudden Deadly Leap
Fecha: 1992.09| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Paris Cullins (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Notas: Debut de Natasha Teranova. White Magician (Asquith Randolph). Diana queda aislada en el espacio por 6 meses.


Wonder Woman v2 #67
Barren, Rocky, And Cold
Fecha: 1992.10| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Paris Cullins (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v2 #68
Breaking Bonds
Fecha: 1992.11| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Paris Cullins (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v2 #69
Noble Pyrates All
Fecha: 1992.12| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Paris Cullins (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v2 #70
Once I Was A Slave
Fecha: 1993.01| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Paris Cullins (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v2 #71
Home Again
Fecha: 1993.02| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Paris Cullins (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v2 #72
The Song of Creation
Fecha: 1993.03| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Lee Moder (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Notas: Se vuelve a contar el origen de las amazonas.


Wonder Woman v2 #73
Losses
Fecha: 1993.04| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Lee Moder, Ande Parks (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Notas: Wonder Woman consigue trabajo en una empresa de comida rápida. Debut del detective Micah Rains.


Wonder Woman v2 #74
Greatness Call
Fecha: 1993.05| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Lee Moder, Ande Parks (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v2 #75
The Last True Hero
Fecha: 1993.06| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Lee Moder, Ande Parks (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v2 #76
Knowledge
Fecha: 1993.07| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Lee Moder, Ande Parks (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Notas: Destrucción de Temyscira.


Wonder Woman v2 #77
Worst Moments
Fecha: 1993.08| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Lee Moder, Ande Parks (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Notas: Debut de Ares Buchanan.


Wonder Woman v2 #78
The Fast Contract
Fecha: 1993.09| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Lee Moder, Ande Parks, Aaron McClellan (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Notas: Debut de Mayfly


Wonder Woman v2 #79
Taking the Spears
Fecha: 1993.10| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Steve Carr, Deryl Skelton, Ande Parks, Aaron McClellan (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Notas: Wonder Woman es disparada por Mayfly.


Wonder Woman v2 #80
It’s Never A Good Day To Die
Fecha: 1993.11| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Steve Carr, Deryl Skelton, Aaron McClellan (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.

Notas: Muerte de Mayfly


Wonder Woman v2 #81
And Then She Fell To Earth
Fecha: 1993.12| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Lee Moder, Ande Parks (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v2 #82
[Ares Rising Part 1] The Path To War
Fecha: 1994.01| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Shawn Atkinson, Ande Parks, Aaron McClellan, Mike Manley (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v2 #83
[Ares Rising Part 2] The Human Maze
Fecha: 1994.02| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Lee Moder, Ande Parks, Aaron McClellan (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v2 #84
[Ares Rising Part 3] Amazon Songs
Fecha: 1994.03| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Nathan Massengill, Ande Parks, Aaron McClellan, Ale Garzon (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v2 #85
Black, Blind Destiny
Fecha: 1994.04| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Mike Deodato Jr. (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v2 #86
Turning Point
Fecha: 1994.05| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Jeff Parker, Aaron McClellan, Kevin Conrad (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v2 #87
No Quarter, No Sanctuary
Fecha: 1994.06| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Jeff Parker, Aaron McClellan (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v2 #88
Dead — Again
Fecha: 1994.07| Créditos: Christopher Priest (Guiones), John Ross, Ray Kryssing (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v2 #89
Home
Fecha: 1994.08| Créditos: Christopher Priest (Guiones), John Ross, Romeo Tanghal (Dibujos)| Edición española: Inédito.



Wonder Woman v2 #90
Homeward Gazings
Fecha: 1994.09| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Mike Deodato Jr. (Dibujos)| Edición española: WW ZINCO # 1: EL TORNEO; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: WILLIAM MESSNER-LOEBS Y MIKE DEODATO JR. – EL TORNEO.

Notas: Debut de Artemis post-Crisis.La Artemis original debutó en Wonder Woman vol. 1 #302 (1983).


Wonder Woman v2 #0
The Contest: Part 2 – The Blind Eyes of Time
Fecha: 1994.10| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Mike Deodato Jr. (Dibujos)| Edición española: WW ZINCO # 1: EL TORNEO; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: WILLIAM MESSNER-LOEBS Y MIKE DEODATO JR. – EL TORNEO.

Notas: Origen de las amazonas


Wonder Woman v2 #91
The Contest – Part 3: The Last, Great Game
Fecha: 1994.11| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Mike Deodato Jr. (Dibujos)| Edición española: WW ZINCO # 1: EL TORNEO; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: WILLIAM MESSNER-LOEBS Y MIKE DEODATO JR. – EL TORNEO.

Vanessa comes to find herself in the arms of her mother, who has been searching for her daughter along with the police. They had found the young girl still lying inside the circle formed by Wonder Woman’s lasso where she had been protected from Circe’s creatures during the attack. Vanessa babbles about how Uncle Stavros had told her to escape from the burning house with the scroll and how, when Diana had found her, the Amazon Princess had been involved in a fight against ferocious creatures determined to attack her, before finally being struck down by a bolt from the sky. Julia assumes her daughter is still in shock with all this talk of monsters but a voice from behind her says that Vanessa speaks the truth and the monsters were indeed after Diana. They turn to see Katina Leikos and a group of armed resistance fighters standing there. The Greek girl explains that she is one of the rebels opposing that evil witch on the island. The scroll and the beasts that attacked Diana belong to the witch. If they do not stop her she will destroy the Wonder Woman! A shocked Julia asks why this Cassandra Colchis would want to do such a thing. Julia turns to her mother and says that before Diana had been struck down she had heard a woman’s voice speaking in Greek. She had said her name and it was not Cassandra… Meanwhile on the strange island itself, consciousness slowly returns to Wonder Woman. As she becomes aware of her surroundings she realises her wrists are chained together and she is lying on the floor. A woman peers down at her lying on a bed and sipping from a goblet. The woman welcomes Diana to the island of Aeaea and introduces herself as Circe! Wonder Woman’s expression reveals she is familiar with the name and Circe continues that she is indeed the daughter of Hyperion and Perseis, former Princess of Colchis, favoured of Hectate and ultimately Diana’s executioner! Wonder Woman struggles against the bonds that bind her but Circe tells her it is useless as she had forged the chains herself – no mortal can break them. Circe continues that she felt it was about time Diana experienced first hand the humiliation of bondage, just as her sister Amazons did so many centuries ago. Wonder Woman demands to know why Circe is doing this as she has done no harm to the witch. Circe replies that Diana’s very existence does her harm! As long as the Amazon Princess lives Circe’s power, her divine essence, is in jeopardy! However, she adds that soon all will be made clear enough to Wonder Woman. She then orders her beasts to take the Amazon to the Atelier for tonight the Princess of Themyscira shall die! But Wonder Woman has other ideas and lashes out a booted foot at the approaching beasts. She tells Circe that although she does not know yet why Circe hates her so much, an Amazon does not die easily! As the creatures try to contain the Amazon wildcat with little success, Circe thinks to herself that even shackled, this Princess fights like a demon. All that has been said about this Wonder Woman is true. She is more than an Amazon…she is the chosen of the Gods. She and Circe are kindred spirits…they had both felt it. So if one of them is to die she will make certain it is Wonder Woman! With that she raises her hand and unleashes a massive bolt of energy at Diana. The night before, Circe’s bolt had caused Diana the greatest amount of physical pain since she first encountered Ares. This time however it is even worse! Wonder Woman crumples to the floor, her body smouldering from the blast and the creatures wonder whether their mistress has killed the Amazon Princess. But Circe reassures them that Wonder Woman still lives, although she will not recover quite so quickly this time as she had before. Her elimination must be handled delicately and precisely. Any error could be disastrous. She instructs the beasts to carry the unconscious Wonder Woman to her laboratory for she has much to prepare. She then turns to Mikos who is perched nearby and tells him that while her attention is focused on the Amazon, she will be holding him responsible for Aeaea’s defence. As long as the rebels have the scroll they have a small chance of rescuing Wonder Woman… Elsewhere at the rebel’s hideout meanwhile, Julia is studying the ancient scroll under a microscope. An impatient Gregori wants to know what she has found and he tells her she does not know what it has been like to be in hiding for so long ever since they had discovered the scroll. He had suspected the parchment would contain some secret on how to defeat the witch known as Circe but until Stavros joined them, he had feared they would never decipher it. Julia replies that Stavros is a brave man and only he would have thought of rolling up his notes into the scroll before giving them to Vanessa. Otherwise, it would have taken days for Julia to get this far in her analysis. Just then Katina returns and tells Julia that she has safely escorted Vanessa back to her parents’ house. Professor Christadoulodou is in the hospital’s emergency room but she could not get any more news on his condition. The police meanwhile are taking no further action as they believe the attacks are by wild animals. Katina then asks how Julia is coming on with the scroll but Gregori suggests she leaves Julia to her work as he is sure the Professor realises the urgency of the situation. Julia turns away from her microscopic and looks sternly at Katina and Gregori. She replies that Diana is more than some messianic icon to her. She is like a daughter. No one, not even a sorceress from Hell, will stop her from rescuing her daughter! Gregori assures Julia that they are not some insensitive fanatical cult. The man who died to capture that parchment was his son…and Katina’s Fiancé. This battle is quite personal to them too. A few moments later Julia cries Bingo! and says she has found a way to save Diana. However, not by using the scroll itself but with the twine used to bind the parchment. It is laced with a mystic herb known in legend as Moly! Back on the island blackness engulfs Wonder Woman and she tells herself to ignore the pain and fight her way back to consciousness. At last she manages to open her eyes and finds herself suspended high above the floor of Circe’s laboratory, where the witch tends to a boiling cauldron. Seeing the Princess has awakened already, Circe remarks how she is constantly underestimating Diana’s power and determination. It is regrettable that it is that very power that compels Circe to slay the Amazon Princess. Wonder Woman demand to know where she is and Circe replies that contained within the many shelves around the room are the secrets of her success…the quintessence of all that is mystic…the legacy of Hectate, the Moon Goddess! She mockingly tells Wonder Woman to make herself comfortable as the brewing ritual take some time. She will however do her best to make her last hours both entertaining and enlightening. With that Circe begins to tell her story… Hectate was an offspring of the Titans, not one of the twelve Olympians, but still highly respected, even by Zeus. She was one of the Trinity of the Moon along with Artemis, the Maiden, and Demeter, the Mother. Hectate, born with a twisted body and aged face, was the Crone. After the Olympians overthrew the Titans, Zeus banished them and had Hectate transform their dead leader Cronus into a gnarled tree in limbo. She was to perform one other great task as well. Throughout the Universe races of new gods sprung from the energy unleashed by the fury of the great God War. Some might even attempt to conquer the weakened Olympians who would need time to rebuild. So Hectate cast a cosmos spanning enchantment that would mask all traces of the Titans-Olympians conflict. When the Olympians re-emerged they appeared as just another breed of New Gods. Ironically, New Gods in other Galaxies probably assumed that they pre-dated the Olympians. Hearing this, Wonder Woman thinks to herself that this is why Darkseid had referred to the Olympic Gods as his offspring during their recent clash! Circe continues to explain that Hectate was never really comfortable in Olympus and wed Hades, to dwell in the Netherworld with him. From that point it all went awry for her. It seemed that Hades had a roving eye and took the beauteous Persephone as his new bride, much to her mother Demeter’s chagrin. Eventually Hectate was relegated to the role of handmaiden. Now Hera, resentful of Zeus’ respect for Hectate, forbade any Olympian to aid the humbled Moon Goddess. It was an insult that Hectate would never forget. As time passed the bitterness grew and she longed for the sweetness of revenge. For the final time, Hectate returned to the Earth that was mother to them all. And that’s where Circe’s story begins. She had once been a Princess of Colchis herself, but her traitorous subjects objected to her killing her weakling husband. So Circe found refuge on this Island and swore she would use her magic and potions to avenge herself on the inferiors who dared stand against her! Unfortunately, her sorcery was ineffective beyond the limits of Aeaea so she used the seductive songs of the Siren to lure wayward seafarers to her lair. Those who survived the jagged rocks faced Circe and she made them beg for the comfort of death! But it was not enough. She wanted more power. She needed it. She would have sold her soul for it. And she did! Hectate answered her prayers. Circe was to be the instrument of her vengeance against the Gods who wronged her and the humanity that worshipped them. Hectate made a proposition to Circe that to attain immortality, eternal beauty and incredible power, all that they need do was to trade souls with each other. Circe found that to be a most agreeable exchange! As they prepared for the act, Hectate’s last words were rather cryptic. Upon the death pf Witch and the birth of Witch, Hectate, by name and choice, shall repossess her soul. With a blinding burst of mystic flame, Hectate’s withered husk and Circe’s unholy soul burned to ashes…and from those ashes was born a new glorious Circe! With Hectate’s body destroyed, it seemed unlikely that the Goddess would ever reclaim her soul so from that day forth it belonged to Circe! The Witch also developed the art of Bestiamorphism, the transforming of men into beasts. Her reputation grew so widespread that every man feared that any woman he met might be Circe herself. Mate suspected mate. Circe’s first duty though was a personal one. In Colchis, she crushed the puny mortals who had rebelled against her in one single night. Those who offended her she converted into prey for her loyal Bestiamorphus to hunt and devour. As evil and terror spread, suspicion begat hatred and hatred begat violence. Hectate felt betrayed by both sexes so both sexes had to suffer. As long as mend and women distrusted each other there could be no peace. Man used his physical strength to dominate while Woman learned that sex itself was a formidable weapon! Since they did not trust each other they used each other. Circe merely fanned the flames of sexual alienation which existed long before she came along. It was then into this maelstrom that the Amazons were born. Initially Circe feared that their mission to proselytise man to their beliefs in peace and equality would succeed, but Ares assured her that such a quest would not be without casualties. When Heracles and Theseus destroyed Themyscira, Circe had thought the Amazon dream had been crushed forever. How was she to know that Diana’s mother, Hippolyta, would later triumph and lead a group of Amazons to Paradise Island? Circe did know however that Diana’s aunt Antiope had returned with her army to avenge the Amazon honour. Much blood was spilt that night and Circe loved every moment of it! But then the inexplicable happened. Theseus, Antiope’s former captor, actually fell in love with the Amazon Queen. He humbled himself and begged forgiveness. Theseus and Antiope duly married and the union portended a chance for humanism between the warring sexes and Circe had no spell to halt the beating of their happy hearts. Thankfully, there was Ariadne, Theseus former wife, whom he abandoned on the island of Naxos. Her heart did not beat so happily. She prayed for retribution and Circe was glad to help. Under the glow of Hectate’s moon the Witch transported Ariadne back to Thebes into the bed chamber of the sleeping Antiope. Wonder Woman listens in increasingly horror and anger as Circe describes how Ariadne was carrying a dagger Circe had tempered with the fire of her own blood. At Circe’s command, she had plunged it deep into the Antiope’s heart and the once mighty ruler of a great matriarchal race was dead! Not by the hands of Man as she once feared…but by one of her own kind. Delicious. As tears form in her eyes, the enraged Wonder Woman bellows No more! and explodes out of her chains with fury! Even for a Princess of peace there is a breaking point. The point where rage overcomes reason. And Diana has reached it. Bit the rage burns all too briefly as a surprised Circe instinctively protects herself by unleashing a devastating bolt of energy. Wonder Woman screams in utmost agony and falls to the ground. A wide eyed Circe cannot believe that the Amazon Princess had managed to break the chains. The Witch had not meant to unleash such a deadly bolt but had been startled by Wonder Woman’s attempt to attack Circe. As Ventouras checks the lifeless body of Wonder Woman, Circe asks in trepidation if the Amazon Princess is dead. He replies that incredibly she still breathes. Surely such a warrior could be a great asset to their cause? Circe responds that it is too late – not after what she has just learned about Antiope’s demise. A few moments later she finishes the preparation of the potion and announces that it is time for the Rites of Finality! Circe orders Ventouras to cease his melancholy. Wonder Woman may be beautiful but she is also their deadliest enemy. She reminds him that the rebels who worship Diana had killed his Nephew, Demitrios. Just then the image of Mikos appears in Circe’s mystic globe and he reports that the rebels have reached the shore of the island! Circe demands to know how this is possible, but Mikos responds that he has no idea because he and the other beast men were unable to get close enough. She rages that the rebels must not be allowed to get to her tower and orders Mikos to kill them all! That moment on the shores of Aeaea, Julia, Katina and the rest of the rebels disembark from their boat which has Wonder Woman’s lasso wrapped around its hull. As they clamber ashore Julia tells them that it had been a calculated guess that the golden rope would protect them. As they prepare themselves one of the group cries out and points to the charging beasts approaching them. Katina tells them not to panic and waiting for their attackers to draw close enough, she gives a command and they throw fire bombs at the creatures. A cacophony of howls and shrieks can be heard as the beasts are incinerated where they stand. The rebels then open fire with their weapons as more creatures converge on them. During this mayhem, Julia notices that the lasso seems to pulse faster as they approach a tower ahead and she surmises that Diana is being held inside. Katina instantly orders a group to accompany her and Julia to the building and manage to fight their way to the entrance. Katina compliments Julia’s handling of her rifle and she replies that she and her husband used to do a lot of Skeet shooting. As they make their way up the stairs though they are confronted by Mikos, who unfurls his claws preparing to kill them where they stand! Meanwhile in the dark sanctum behind the monstrous bird, Wonder Woman is beginning to regain consciousness again. She finds herself lying in pit buried underneath mud with only her head protruding. Circe welcomes her back and smiles that it was so unlike Diana to lose her temper as she had done. She continues that it will all be over for the Amazon in a few minutes though… Outside the chamber, the rebels fire at the massive bird form of Mikos trying to fight their way past as inside Circe continues the explain to the weakened Wonder Woman that the reason she is doing this is because she has ruled from this island for centuries. Her corruptive influence has spread throughout the world. So persuasive and subtle that many of the vice merchants who run her operations world wide do not even know that they serve Circe. Only her most loyal and immediate subjects knew of the Witch’s existence until Diana arrived in Man’s World. People listened to what Diana had to say. Her Amazon philosophy reached even here on Aeaea and those that listened began to see the truth about Circe. They began to resent her and hate her and a rebellion started amongst even her own Bestiamorphs. That is when Hectate’s last words finally made sense to Circe. The Moon Goddess had gone under several names before…Luna…Prytania…and Diana! Hectate had said that Upon the death of Witch and birth of Witch, Hectate, by name and choice, shall repossess her soul. Circe tells Diana that the Amazon Princess is the second Witch! If Wonder Woman kills Circe, Hectate’s soul will be repossessed by Diana. The power of Wonder Woman combined with that of Hectate will be unstoppable while Circe’s soulless shell will simply crumble to ashes. On hearing this, Wonder Woman responds that she was not named for Hectate that she does not want to kill Circe! But Circe replies that Wonder Woman will have no choice. As long as the Witch lives, the Amazon’s mission of peace shall be impeded and as long as Diana lives, Circe’s world of Sin is threatened. This world is simply not big enough for the both of them. She then tells her that while she could simply kill the Amazon Princess outright, that might fulfil the prophecy as well. Those Gods can be tricky! She therefore had to ponder that conundrum carefully and this is her answer. She holds up a chalice containing a steaming potion and explains that she will perform the Nostrum of Regression! Mixed with the mud around Wonder Woman, the potion will start to change the Amazon. She will feel the earth mingling with her own body, becoming part of her…degenerating her until she reverts back to the clay from which she was formed! Circe then lifts the chalice and prepares to tip it into the mud pit but a shot rings out and the chalice is shattered. Julia lowers her rifle and rushes into the room, throwing the golden lasso into Diana’s outstretched hand. A furious Circe prepares to unleash a deadly bolt at Julia and the Professor quickly uses her teeth to tear off a piece of the twine she has brought with her. As the energy bolt charges towards her she holds her breath and releases it with a gasp of relief as the bolt leaves her unscathed. Circe cannot believe her eyes and Julia has great pleasure in telling the shocked Witch that she had used Moly, the spell nullifying herb, to protect herself, just as Odysseus had when he defeated Circe centuries ago. She adds that it was very sentimental of the Witch to tie the Moly around her Diary! Julia then raises her weapon again intent on shooting Circe but Wonder Woman deflects the bullet with her bracelet. She tells the baffled Julia that Hectate’s soul may possess the Amazon Princes if she kills Circe and the whole world would be doomed. Circe uses this distraction to counter-attack though and unleashes a thunderous bolt at Wonder Woman, who topples to the floor. As the weakening Amazon finds she is unable to move from the paralysing effects of the blast, Ventouras appears and grabs Julia from behind, disarming her! Circe smiles and looking down at the struggling Wonder Woman, tells her that her destruction has merely been delayed. Admit it Princess! You’ve lost!. She then walks towards Julia and raises her hand preparing to kill the Professor with an energy bolt. Wonder Woman desperately tries to get to her feet in vain, telling Circe that her fight is with her not Julia and to leave the woman alone. But as Circe ignores her and prepares to kill Julia a blinding light suddenly illuminates the room. Circe turns and stares wide eyed in surprise. What! You? No!. In an instant she vanishes and everything goes dark. Julia calls out for Diana and as the light begins to return the two women find themselves lying on the ground outside. Circe, Ventouras and the entire Tower itself have simply vanished! Wonder Woman cannot understand what has happened. Circe had them beaten. Just then Katina and the surviving rebels rush across, overjoyed to see them alive. An elated Katina informs them that all the creatures have vanished when Wonder Woman had slain Circe! Diana Tries to tell them what had really happened but they are not listening. They give a cheer of All Hail Diana!. The exhausted Julia and Diana simply look at each other for the answers that neither of them have… Elsewhere in the crumbling halls of Mount Olympus, Hermes watches the events below and thinks to himself that Zeus will be very angry with him for interfering. But he could not let Diana think that all the Gods had abandoned her. He had to intervene to save her. She should have been warned about Circe. The Gods owed her that much… Epilogue A week later at Athens Airport, Julia and Diana make a telephone call to Stavros who is recovering well in his hospital bed. He tells them that he is fine and Katina and Gregori are by his bedside. He adds that Katina would love to speak to the Princess again and Julia puts her hand over the mouthpiece and whispers to Diana if she would like to speak to the Greek girl. Wonder Woman replies that she does not know what to say. Katina still believes that the Diana had killed Circe but she remembers the Witch’s eyes just before she had vanished. Circe looked surprised, maybe angry but not afraid as if she was facing her doom. Her intuition tells her that it is not over between her and Circe. How can she tell Katina that? Julia agrees and simply tells Stavros that Diana is indisposed and wishes them all well. Just then Vanessa runs over waving a newspaper in her hand. She holds up the front page which has a picture of Myndi Mayer and Julia and Diana read the headline: Star Publicist Found Slain!.


Wonder Woman v2 #92
[No Title]
Fecha: 1994.12| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Mike Deodato Jr. (Dibujos)| Edición española: WW ZINCO # 1: EL TORNEO; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: WILLIAM MESSNER-LOEBS Y MIKE DEODATO JR. – EL TORNEO.



Wonder Woman v2 #93
Violent Beginnings
Fecha: 1995.01| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Mike Deodato Jr. (Dibujos)| Edición española: WW ZINCO # 2: LA TRAMPA DEL JOKER; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: WILLIAM MESSNER-LOEBS Y MIKE DEODATO JR. – EL TORNEO.

Notas: Artemis asume la identidad de Wonder Woman II.


Wonder Woman v2 #94
Poison, Claws and Death, Part 1
Fecha: 1995.02| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Mike Deodato Jr. (Dibujos)| Edición española: WW ZINCO # 2: LA TRAMPA DEL JOKER; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: WILLIAM MESSNER-LOEBS Y MIKE DEODATO JR. – EL TORNEO.



Wonder Woman v2 #95
Poison, Claws, and Death!, Part 2
Fecha: 1995.03| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Mike Deodato Jr. (Dibujos)| Edición española: WW ZINCO # 2: LA TRAMPA DEL JOKER; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: WILLIAM MESSNER-LOEBS Y MIKE DEODATO JR. – EL TORNEO.



Wonder Woman v2 #96
Joker’s Holiday
Fecha: 1995.04| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Mike Deodato Jr. (Dibujos)| Edición española: WW ZINCO # 2: LA TRAMPA DEL JOKER; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: WILLIAM MESSNER-LOEBS Y MIKE DEODATO JR. – EL TORNEO.



Wonder Woman v2 #97
[No Title]
Fecha: 1995.05| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Mike Deodato Jr. (Dibujos)| Edición española: WW ZINCO # 3: LA CAÍDA DE UNA AMAZONA ; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: WILLIAM MESSNER-LOEBS Y MIKE DEODATO JR. – EL TORNEO.



Wonder Woman v2 #98
Sisters
Fecha: 1995.06| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Mike Deodato Jr. (Dibujos)| Edición española: WW ZINCO # 3: LA CAÍDA DE UNA AMAZONA ; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: WILLIAM MESSNER-LOEBS Y MIKE DEODATO JR. – EL TORNEO.



Wonder Woman v2 #99
The Rest of the Story
Fecha: 1995.07| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Mike Deodato Jr. (Dibujos)| Edición española: WW ZINCO # 3: LA CAÍDA DE UNA AMAZONA ; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: WILLIAM MESSNER-LOEBS Y MIKE DEODATO JR. – EL TORNEO.



Wonder Woman v2 #100
Blank Madness
Fecha: 1995.07| Créditos: William Messner-Loebs (Guiones), Mike Deodato Jr. (Dibujos)| Edición española: WW ZINCO # 3: LA CAÍDA DE UNA AMAZONA ; GRANDES AUTORES DE WONDER WOMAN: WILLIAM MESSNER-LOEBS Y MIKE DEODATO JR. – EL TORNEO.

Notas: Muerte de Artemis. Wonder Woman regresa a su antiguo uniforme.

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