I want to be in Cincinnati. Everything gets there ten years later
This issue is a little anti-climactic compared to the last one which really was the pivotal one to the entire story arc. Here Diana relatively quickly fends off Nemesis and then has to battle being taken over by the force herself. The rest of the issue cuts back in a pretty convenient plot device to make things exactly as they were beforehand, save for the new costume. I suppose with the series ending and a new one en route this development was sort of expected as the creative teams on Wonder Woman over the years have always wanted to say goodbye in their own way. As the wrap-up to the fourteen issue story arc, this one did well and really had to exist as it did to give some closure to the story arc, but the fact that very little actually occurred in this issue gives it almost a tacked on feeling as opposed to being vital to the experience. In the end Wonder Woman volume 3 reaches its end, and so too might many of the aspects of the new costume, but the story arc was as a whole well written, well conceived and well executed and deserves its place among the best Wonder Woman story arcs of all time.