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Wonder Woman (1942) - #210
DC Comics


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  Editor(s):
Robert 'Bob' Kanigher

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Ric Estrada
 

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Cover Date: Feb/Mar 1974
Cover Price: US $0.20

Issue Tagline: You Can't Make Me Talk! Can Even Wonder Woman Ever Escape "The Shrinking Formula"? Plus "The Golden Woman And the White Star!"

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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Letters Column: Princessions

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Amazons (DC)(Earth-1 - Pre Crisis)

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Synopsis:
Wonder Woman and her Amazon friends travel to outer space to rescue Crystallar, King of the White Star, from the Golden Women of the Red Planet.

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The writing of this story could possibly be credited to William Moulton Marston, as this is a re-drawn version of a story he wrote that originally appeared in Wonder Woman #26 (Nov/Dec 1947).

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Dr. Mary Deane has created the Reduso Liquid, a formula to reduce bacteria to such a minute size that they will not harm humans. But her boyfriend Roy has other plans...to sell it to be used as a weapon of war!
When Wonder Woman tries to intervene she becomes a victim fo the shrinking formula!

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