"Wonder Woman: Blackest Night, Part 2": The issue starts with Wonder Woman battling with Mera at a dock of Coast City. Mera succeeds in gaining the upper-hand and stabs her in the chest, but she proves invulnerable due to the [[Black Lante
- A brighter color, much more suited to you, princess-once-goddess... the color of a love for all creation. Your color.
Appearing in "Wonder Woman: Blackest Night, Part 2"
- Cyborg (As an illusion only)
- Fire (As an illusion only)
- Starfire (As an illusion only)
- Wonder Girl (As an illusion only)
- Hippolyta (As an illusion only)
- Batman (Bruce Wayne) (As an illusion only)
- Black Lantern Corps (As an illusion only)
Synopsis for "Wonder Woman: Blackest Night, Part 2"
The issue starts with Wonder Woman battling with Mera at a dock of Coast City. Mera succeeds in gaining the upper-hand and stabs her in the chest, but she proves invulnerable due to the Black Lantern Ring. The possessed Diana impales her on her own trident, but is able to temporarily take back control and flee to an island before killing her friend.
At the island, she encounters Wonder Girl who is killed by the possessed Donna Troy. Donna is herself killed by Wonder Woman however while her real consciousness can only watch in horror as the event unforld. Hippolyta confronts Diana and promises to kill her as she is now only a monster possessed by the ring.
Diana overpowers her mother and prepares to strike the killing blow, but is unexpectedly interrupted by Batman, who was supposedly dead. She is unable to believe he is real and is unable to kill him too, with the two sharing a kiss. Her act of love allows her to break free and Aphrodite tells her to take the Star Sapphire Ring as she has a love for all creation which denotes its color.
Diana deems herself unworthy for all she has done while under the ring's possession, but Aphrodite tells her not to worry as all she had done on the island was her own imagination, and she had created the island itself so her possession couldn't cause any actual harm. As she accepts the ring, Aphrodite states that love must survive and Diana in response states that it must win.
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Blackest Night is a 2009 DC Comics crossover event featuring the dead rising, and attacks by the Black Lantern Corps. This is the culmination of the War of Light. This template will categorize articles that include it into the Blackest Night crossover category.