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Wonder Woman (1987) - #184
"U-Boats and Dinosaurs"
DC Comics

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Cover Date: October 2002
Cover Price: US $ 2.25

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Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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Letters Column: Wonder Words

Part one of a two-issue adventure in which Diana, trying to retrieve an ancient artifact, quests back in time and encounters her mother, Hippolyta, at work as the Wonder Woman of World War Two. Not wishing to disturb the timeline, Diana masquerades as the 40s-era superheroine, Miss America, and gets a whole new perspective on her mother--and herself.

This two-part cycle is really important in helping further define the nature of Hippolyta's days as Wonder Woman. Anyone curious about how DC tried to retroactively keep "a" Wonder Womand in the 1940s, following Crisis, would find this two-parter of particular use.

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