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That's a cool cover though it doesn't really have any bearing on the issue itself.  At the end of the last issue Wonder Woman is on the verge of getting arrested but she doesn't realize she is seeing more illusions and attacks an Army general.  She is finally subdued and forced to stand trial on treason.  Jay Garrick intervenes and poses as a Nazi supervillain to convince people she is innocent.  After fighting him she is drawn outside where she faces many foes, some real some imaginary.  It is ...

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