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"Come Back To Me, Part Six: Cat Scratch and Fever Dreams": On the Justice League Watchtower, Superman informs Wonder Woman that the justice League has voted to expel her because of the loss of her powers. She tries to convince them she can still be useful in a fight, but Batman states that her a

Wonder Woman Giant #1 is an issue of the series Wonder Woman Giant (Volume 1) with a cover date of April, 2019. It was published on February 15, 2019.

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Synopsis for "Come Back To Me, Part Six: Cat Scratch and Fever Dreams"

On the Justice League Watchtower, Superman informs Wonder Woman that the justice League has voted to expel her because of the loss of her powers. She tries to convince them she can still be useful in a fight, but Batman states that her abilities are limited due to her over-dependence on her powers. As Diana protests stating she fought many enemies using just her skills and her powers may return, Hal Jordan tells her that they can't consider to look after her safety in case an enemy learns that she's lost her powers. Diana states they're making a mistake, but nonetheless accepts their decision.

While getting in an aircraft, she rebuffs Superman's offer to fly her back and states expelling her is a mistake, though agrees to let him examine her to determine why she lost her powers. As she heads to Earth, she suddenly notices a missile heading toward the Watchtower, but is unable to warn the League, resulting in its destruction. Diana however suddenly wakes up and realizes it was a nightmare after Steve states she fell unconscious. Hex tells them that he's finished burying Nate and they can now pay their respects. He however soon notices the storm coming and cuts the funeral short, telling them to get back to the cave.

Steve carries Diana despite her reluctance while Jonah guides the party. As Sibella asks her about his missing friend, he gets suspicious as he never even told her about it and aims a gun at her when she doesn't offer a good-enough explanation. Sibella however holds him at his throat and Diana tries to defuse the situation. As she prepares to use her lasso of truth, it gets snatched by Cheetah, due to which Diana's hands start bleeding. As Hex tries to shoot Barbara, he is stopped by Diana who explains she was once her close friend and blames her for wronging her. Etta suggests tracking her, but the lightning erratically striking at trees causes them to run for shelter. There, they notice the TSB Federation calling out to Princess Sibella to surrender for stealing their starship.

Appearing in Justice League: "Team-Up: Green Arrow"

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Synopsis for Justice League: "Team-Up: Green Arrow"

This story is reprinted from Justice League (Volume 2) #8.

At a senate committee hearing, representatives ask Steve Trevor to plant a member on the Justice League. Trevor responds, stating that the League is a very tight-knit group, and that he doesn't know anybody as professional and well-respected who could join.

In Metropolis, Green Arrow assists the Justice League in dealing with Professor Ivo's Amazo robot, much to their chagrin. Arrow is desperate to join the League, but Batman believes that an addition to the team is the last thing they want.

Green Arrow continues to follow the League and aid them on their missions, fighting adversaries such as the Court of Owls and Cultists, but they continue to deny his requests. Once Arrow arrives in his lair, he encounters none other than Steve Trevor. Trevor believes that Queen has no place on the League, and offers him a spot on another team that could use his skills.

Back on the Watchtower, the League agrees that rejecting Green Arrow was a good thing, as the last time they allowed someone into the team, it ended very badly. While Martian Manhunter may be long gone, he still knows more about them than they know about each other.

Back on Earth, Martian Manhunter listens to the League's conversation, stating that "they are not prepared".

Appearing in "Who Is Wonder Woman? Part One"

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Synopsis for "Who Is Wonder Woman? Part One"

This story is reprinted from Wonder Woman (Volume 3) #1.

One year after the events of Infinite Crisis, the mantle of Wonder Woman has been passed to Donna Troy. Giganta, Dr. Psycho, and Cheetah hold Steve Trevor hostage at a museum to get Princess Diana to return. After a battle with Donna Troy, the three villains kidnap the new Wonder Woman. It is revealed Nemesis was masquerading as Steve Trevor and that both Nemesis and the new agent Diana Prince (the previous Wonder Woman in disguise), will be searching for the missing Donna Troy.

Appearing in Aquaman: "The Others: Chapter Two"

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Synopsis for Aquaman: "The Others: Chapter Two"

This story is reprinted from Aquaman (Volume 7) #8.

Six years ago, the media had gathered outside the Curry Lighthouse to report the news about the "Man of Atlantis." Arthur was reading a newspaper article on his father's death. Stephen Shin was also with the reporters. Then, Arthur angrily goes outside and announces he is not human and he doesn't belong here. Although Shin desperately tried to stop him, Arthur jumps off a cliff and dives into the sea. As Arthur disappeared on the sea, Shin stood on the cliff alone, saying that he was sorry.

One year later, Arthur had already acquired his Trident and returned to the Lighthouse.

In the present, Mera asks Aquaman and Ya'Wara about the Others. Aquaman says he was the only Atlantean on the team, and the other members were human or superhuman. Ya'Wara says that they were called the Others because they were never a formal team, but she and Aquaman had a telepathic connection. Shin says that the Others came together out of necessity: to protect the relics of Atlantis.

Ya'Wara still believes Shin to be in league with Black Manta, but Aquaman says that they need him to find the relics. Aquaman tells Shin to keep looking into the relics, but if he finds he is connected to Kahina's death in any way, he will be fed to Ya'Wara's jaguar. Aquaman and Ya'Wara teleport away using her pendant.

As Shin returns to work on the Atlantean black box, Mera asks him to tell her about his connection to Black Manta and everything he knows about the Others.

Six years ago, Arthur and the Others were on a mission on Siberia to locate Black Manta. Kahina senses that there is a village on the other side of the mountain about to be hit by an avalanche. The Others want to help, especially Vostok-X, as the people are Russian like him, but Arthur refuses to let Manta escape. However, the Others refuse to let innocents die and go to the village.

The Others gather everyone they find on the village, and the Prisoner creates a force field around the village to shield themselves form the avalanche. However, a little girl is left outside the field, but Arthur manages to save her.

As the Others meet up with Arthur, he berates them for losing Manta again, but the Operative believes they did the right thing. Kahina tells Arthur that she saw his future. Arthur asks if he found Manta, but Kahina replies she saw something better: he will find happiness.

In the present, Aquaman and Ya'Wara find Kahina's corpse. Aquaman says that he never had a chance to thank her. Then, they discover Manta took the Seal of Clarity from her. They decide to warn the Others, but suddenly, they are attacked by hunters working for Manta.

Meanwhile in Heidelberg, Germany, Black Manta reaches the United States Army Health Center and says that he has found another.

Notes

  • The new story and the Justice League and Aquaman reprints continue from Justice League Giant #7.
  • The Watchtower is incorrectly identified being on the moon, though it's a satellite orbiting the Earth.

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