Wonder Woman (1987) - TPB
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Jose Marzan Jr.
Patricia 'Trish' Mulvihill
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Cover Date: April 2003
Cover Price: US $ 14.95
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Format: Color; Trade Paperback; 192 pages
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Wonder Woman's world is falling to pieces.
Her home of Paradise Island has faced a devastating civil war, and her mother, Queen Hippolyta, has abolished the monarchy, ending Diana's status as a princess. But the Amazing Amazon must contend with far worse in the adventures that confront her in this volume collecting WONDER WOMAN #171-177, as well as select Profile Pages from WONDER WOMAN SECRET FILES #3.
Acclaimed writer/artist Phil Jimenez (New X-Men) is joined by inker Andy Lanning and cover artist Adam Hughes for one of the most difficult chapters of Diana's life. With additional art by Travis Moore, Brandon Badeaux and others, this story reveals a dear friend of Diana's transformed into a deadly enemy; a new, more menacing Cheetah; an intergalactic war — with terrible consequences for our heroine; and the return of an arch-nemesis that may spell doom for the male super-heroes of the world.
The relentless onslaught is almost too much for Wonder Woman to bear! Arguing with her mother becomes the least of Diana's concerns as she joins countless heroes in the battle against Imperiex. And when Circe initiates her revenge against the Amazon, the world's super-heroines join Diana in a fight against the evil witch and several other female super-villains.
With battle after battle facing Wonder Woman, is there any hope that Diana can find paradise?
Wonder Woman (1987) #171
Wonder Woman (1987) #172
Wonder Woman (1987) #173
Wonder Woman (1987) #174
Wonder Woman (1987) #175
Wonder Woman (1987) #176
Wonder Woman (1987) #177
Wonder Woman Secret Files (1998) #3
Collects Wonder Woman #171-177.
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