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With the introduction of the second series of Wonder Woman in 1987, George Perez began writing storylines, which retained character names primarily and Wonder Woman’s powers, but steered away from the stories printed in the original series. Perez’s modern storylines were very different from the original series, and many loyal fans who faithfully read the original series wondered what might remain the same and what might be different over the long haul. As each new issue appeared in the second s...0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
As with any issue immediately after a major story arc, this issue sort of serves as cleanup. The gods discuss Diana’s heroics and agree that she must be healed. Diana discusses with her mother the message that Ares left her, and despite her insistence she returns to man’s world with a cure for Vanessa. This issue also introduces Mindi Mayer. Mindi served as Diana’s publicist for the first 20 or so issues. I was never really all that pleased with a hero having their own publicist, but ...4 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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