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Comics superstar Bernard Chang joins Gail Simone for a 2-part story that will take Wonder Woman to the furthest reaches of the galaxy, but not before the vicious alien race the Khund begin an assault on Earth! But before the invasion can begin, the relationship of Wonder Woman and Nemesis takes a defining turn.

Wonder Woman visits Tom Tressor/Nemesis in the hospital after the whole incident involving the poison. She gives him a nectarine pit and a ribbon with thorns on it. She then is bombarded by many fans when one of the ladies that run the front desk pulls out her out and Diana makes her way outside. And spots an invasion. The Khunds invade and he calls out a scroll which declares their invasion. She asks if this is an invasion against her country or her planet, and the Khund reading out the scroll says it's just against her. Wonder Woman then fights them, and defeats them by grabbing one of their guns off the tank, and shooting down the invasion ship. The Khund then tells his army to stop, and Diana then asks why they wanted to kill her. The Khund explains that it is a tribute, to honor her.

The last warrior she was holding up admits to Wonder Woman that she is her biggest fan. The Khund introduces her as his daughter, called Kho. The Khund, who has the daughter named Kho introduces himself as Karhi. They take her to their home planet and Karhi explains that the Ichor is killing their civilisation and they cannot stop it. Wonder Woman asks why they have chosen her, then Etta comes out.

Diana and Etta then go to investigate the Ichor and find themselves standing in green goo. Diana tells Etta that "Ichor" is the name of a god, and it worries her that this name has anything to do with the attacking of the Khunds. The both of them find a ship, when Diana goes to investigate herself. She gets punched by a Green Lantern, who tells them that he is protecting the Khunds! The issue finishes with Etta going, "Woo-@&#%ing-woo."

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WTF 0

First - I was shocked to see artists change. The Dodsons have defined Wonder Woman for me and Chang's rendition, though not bad, just isn't as good. Now for the worst parts - the writing! I was so shocked that this was the same Gail Simone who wrote the excellent story arc previously about Hippolyta and her guards. I literally checked the cover three times to see if I was wrong. Suddenly, this writer who has done several issues is completely changing Diana's dialect and mannerisms and basically ...

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I loved it! 0

I loved this issue. Writer Gail Simone has brought more personality, humor, action, and character growth to Wonder Woman in her first five issues than some pervious creators have struggled, unsuccessfully, to do their entire runs. I would hazard to say that besides the legendary issues by George Perez, as well as the underrated excellence by Phil Jimenez, most past runs on this comic have rarely grasped just who Princess Diana really is. Thankfully, Simone is capable of nailing the voice of Wond...

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I didn't know where this all came from 0

Suffice to say for anyone following the previous issues since the relaunch, this issue came as somewhat of a surprise.  At this point I am not particularly opposed to a romance between Diana and Tom, but still I don't think enough groundwork had been laid for all of a sudden Diana to show up and announce she has feelings for him.  So far all that has happened between the two have been some coy remarks by Tom and a few times where Diana accidentally landed on him creating the face-to-face sexual ...

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