"Wonder Woman: "The Invasion of the Sun Warriors"": A curtain of cosmic dust surrounds Earth. During a USAF test of a new model stratosphere plane, this curtain is damaged. Etta Candy and the Holliday Girls fly one of these planes, to the Sun, which is inhabited. S
Appearing in Wonder Woman: "The Invasion of the Sun Warriors"
- Queen Flamina (Single appearance)
- her legions
- Wonder Woman's Invisible Plane
- USAF's Experimental Stratosphere Planes
Synopsis for Wonder Woman: "The Invasion of the Sun Warriors"
A curtain of cosmic dust surrounds Earth. During a USAF test of a new model stratosphere plane, this curtain is damaged. Etta Candy and the Holliday Girls fly one of these planes, to the Sun, which is inhabited. Sun Warriors led by Queen Flamina capture the girls, but Etta reaches out to Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor for help. Queen Flamina also wants help, from Steve, to install a series of light receiving sets that will enable Flamina's warriors to attack Earth.
When the attack takes place, Hippolyta and the Amazons meet Flamina's warriors. While Flamina's attention is occupied with that, Wonder Woman rescues the Holliday Girls, and they return to Earth. The light receiving sets are then destroyed, and the cosmic dust curtain is repaired, which thwarts Flamina from sending another attack force.
Appearing in Little Boy Blue and the Blue Boys: "The Flaming Peril"
Synopsis for Little Boy Blue and the Blue Boys: "The Flaming Peril"
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Appearing in Sargon the Sorcerer: "The Man Who Met Himself"
Synopsis for Sargon the Sorcerer: "The Man Who Met Himself"
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Appearing in Wildcat: "The Count That Never Ended!"
- The Huntress
- her gang
- Wildcat's Catocycle
- Huntresses "Seven Seas" sailing ship
Synopsis for Wildcat: "The Count That Never Ended!"
In a championship bout, Ted Grant gets knocked down, and a ten-count begins. Before it can conclude, another Ted Grant jumps into the ring, and knocks the first "Ted Grant" out of the ring, and busts off his disguise-mask, with one punch. He then fights the bout and wins it. After the fight, Grant's manager Stretch Skinner gets kidnapped by the Huntress, with a written set of demands left behind. Ted changes to Wildcat, and rides to the designated meeting place on his Cat-o-Cycle. At the waterfront, Wildcat rides his bike off the end of a pier, switches a lever, and converts the bike to an aquaplane. He gets himself aboard an anchored sailing ship, the "Seven Seas", where the Huntress has got Stretch Skinner tied to a mast. Some thugs jump Wildcat from behind. Wildcat easily thrashes them, but has trouble defeating the very-acrobatic Huntress. He sets Stretch free, but Huntress tags him with a nonfatal shot from a whaling harpoon gun, which knocks him into the water. Huntress opens a hatch in the hull of her ship, and adds some sharks to the harbor.
At a sports arena, Huntress has bet heavily against Ted Grant, in that evening's bout, expecting the real Grant to not show up, and her fake Grant to lose. But at the last minute the real Ted Grant does show up, and gets into the fight, which he wins. Plus on his way into the building he beats up some more of Huntress' gang. Huntress, in disguise, escapes undetected.
- Sargon: "The Man Who Met Himself" was reprinted in Wanted #6.
- Wildcat: "The Count That Never Ended!" was reprinted in DC 100-Page Super Spectacular #20.
- Between pages 6 and 7, this story jumps directly from "Wildcat in the harbor preparing to fight some sharks," to "Ted Grant showing up at the sports arena in time for the big bout." According to Stretch Skinner, Wildcat escaped by letting the sharks bite loose his bonds, but Wildcat wasn't tied up when he went into the water.
- This is Wildcat's third battle with the Huntress.
- "Cat-o-Cycle" is spelled "Catocycle" in this issue. Spelling varied over time, as did the appearance and capabilities of the motorcycle itself.
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- Also appearing in this issue of Sensation Comics was:
- Willy Nilly by Frank Harry
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- Wonder Woman Recommended Reading
- All-Star Comics (Volume 1)
- Comic Cavalcade (Volume 1)
- JLA (Volume 1)
- Sensation Comics (Volume 1)
- Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman (Volume 1)
- Superman/Wonder Woman (Volume 1)
- The Legend of Wonder Woman (Volume 1)
- The Legend of Wonder Woman (Volume 2)
- Wonder Woman (Volume 1)
- Wonder Woman (Volume 2)
- Wonder Woman (Volume 3)
- Wonder Woman (Volume 4)
- Wonder Woman (Volume 5)
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