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    I wouldn't have been a big fan even if she was "main bad guy" and not a henchman. I thought it was a bit weird story in general.

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    The last one should've been a Queen Clea story!

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    Just for fun, what if we make a top 10 of this stories?

    Mine would be:

    10. The prophet by Liam Sharp
    9. Love failed, by Andrew McClean
    8. How the Wonder Woman was brought low by a mouse but captured the satrs, by Busiek and Starkings
    7. Freash air in Filly, by Howard & Campbell
    6. The Wager, by Becky Cloonan
    5. The Stolen Lasso of Truth, by Garcia & Fiumara
    4. Memories of Hator, by Trung Le Nguyen
    3. Prayer, by Constant & Scott
    2. I,m ageless by Arcudi & Sook
    1. Homecoming, by Tillie Walden

    With a spetial mention to The acquaintance, by Stephanie Williams & Ashley A. Woods

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    Hmm, I’d say my number one is probably the only firmly placed one.

    10. “Prophet” by Liam Sharp
    9. “The Wager” by Becky Cloonan
    8. “A Common Motivator” by Stephanie Williams/Ashley A. Woods
    7. “I’m Ageless” by John Arcudi/Ryan Sook
    6. “Feet of Clay” by Josie Campbell/Carlos D'anda
    5. “How Wonder Woman Was Brought Low by a Mouse But Captured the Stars” by Kurt Busiek/Benjamin Dewey
    4. “The Acquaintance" by Rachel Smythe
    3. “A Lesson in Truth” by Michael Conrad/Noah Bailey
    2. “We Built a New World” by Janet Harvey/Megan Levens
    1. “Memories of Hator” by Trung Le Nguyen

    Hon mention: “Prayer” by Andrew Constant/Nichola Scott, “Golden Age” by Amy Reeder, and “Attack of the 50-Foot Wonder Woman” by Christos Gage/Kevin Maguire

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    Is issue number six the final one?
    I only support clay origins.

    “Amazons do know how to party”—Diana, Princess of Themyscira

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    Quote Originally Posted by Largo161 View Post
    Is issue number six the final one?
    Yes, that’s what all these two colored books have gotten so far (Batman: Black and White, Superman: Red and Blue).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psy-lock View Post
    The last one should've been a Queen Clea story!
    Which one? The last story in issue # 6? I have not read it yet, so your comment really intrigues me (I am a HUGE Queen Clea fan!).

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    Quote Originally Posted by HestiasHearth View Post
    Which one? The last story in issue # 6? I have not read it yet, so your comment really intrigues me (I am a HUGE Queen Clea fan!).
    Yep, they use Athena in a strange way
    I mean, if the story is an 7, using Athena like that makes the story a 1

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    https://bleedingcool.com/comics/wond...ws-up-on-ebay/

    Wonder Woman Black And Gold has been a bit of a surprise hit for DC Comics, an anthology featuring Wonder Woman tales by top artistic talent in a limited colour palette has followed Superman: Red, White And Blue, Batman Black And White, and Harley Quinn: Black White And Red. But it seems to have caught some retailers by surprise.

    Which is how the Wonder Woman Black and Gold #6 1:25 variant cover by David Nakayama has sold copies on eBay for over $125, the week it was published. Bleeding Cool contributor Rod Lamberti of Rodman Comics will be very happy with that sale. But could he have gotten more?
    Author of the Instant New York Times bestselling novel, The Prophets, from G.P. Putnman's Sons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SonOfBaldwin View Post
    Love to read it! I hope this means a hardcover trade will be available soon. I want this as a coffee table conversation starter.

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    I’m late to this party, but yeah… that last story in issue six was a head-scratcher. Beautiful artwork, but the use of Athena was quite odd. On what world does a role like that for Athena makes sense?
    I only support clay origins.

    “Amazons do know how to party”—Diana, Princess of Themyscira

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