Diana Prince Wonder Woman

Diana Prince Wonder Woman

Volume One

Book - 2008
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Forced to choose between returning to her Amazon sisters or continuing her mission on Earth, Wonder Woman surrenders her super- powers and gives up her star-spangled costume. Dressed in the mod fashions of the day, the new Wonder Woman took on a Chinese mentor known as I Ching, who trained her in martial arts as her adventures took her to exotic locals to fight undercover agents and mythological villains.
Publisher: New York, NY : DC Comics, ©2008
ISBN: 9781401216603
1401216609
Branch Call Number: GN DIANA 2008
Characteristics: 175 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 26 cm

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Leostales
May 04, 2018

Interesting concept of having Wonder Woman lose her powers, but she feels very weak and not the strong female character she is today. If you are a feminist looking for a role model, this book is not for you. That being said, this book was pretty early in Denny O'neil's career, so its understandable why its not his greatest work or the greatest work featuring the character.

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