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"Splitting the Atom": The amazons gather before Hippolyta, who finishes to tell a Diana's forgotten adventure, against Atomia, occurred before her "death". Hippolyta perceives that the Amazons - she included - are losing the memories about her daughter. In the end, the goddess Aphrodite appears,

The Legend of Wonder Woman #4 is an issue of the series The Legend of Wonder Woman (Volume 1) with a cover date of August, 1986.

Appearing in "Splitting the Atom"

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  • Leila (Flashback only)
  • Sky Kangas (Flashback only)

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Synopsis for "Splitting the Atom"

The amazons gather before Hippolyta, who finishes to tell a Diana's forgotten adventure, against Atomia, occurred before her "death". Hippolyta perceives that the Amazons - she included - are losing the memories about her daughter. In the end, the goddess Aphrodite appears, and says that she was using her power to keep this version of Paradise Island and its inhabitants apart from the changes caused by the Crisis on the Infinite Earths; Hippolyta says she doesn't want that. Aphrodite then fulfills her request, eliminating the mystical wards on the island. The island and the pre-crisis Amazons begin to dissolve, as if they never existed. As a last ordeal, Aphrodite turns them into stars. All the memories and existence of this version of Paradise Island, as well as those from the Pre-Crisis Wonder Woman, cease to exist ...



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  • The artist Trina Robbins tries to imitate the drawing style of Harry G. Peter, WW's original artist.



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