"Come Back To Me, Part Seven: A Royal Pain": The TSB Federation tells Princess Sibella she is under arrest and will be killed along with those accompanying her if she doesn't surrender peacefully. Diana tells Steve not to intervene as they're outmatched, while Sibella states she doesn't remember
Wonder Woman Giant #2 is an issue of the series Wonder Woman Giant (Volume 1) with a cover date of May, 2019. It was published on March 16, 2019.
Synopsis for "Come Back To Me, Part Seven: A Royal Pain"
The TSB Federation tells Princess Sibella she is under arrest and will be killed along with those accompanying her if she doesn't surrender peacefully. Diana tells Steve not to intervene as they're outmatched, while Sibella states she doesn't remember stealing her starship along with the crew and states the people with her have nothing to do with it. The TSB Federation soldiers realize they're telling the truth but regardless have to arrest her. Sibella's robots rush to stop them despite her telling them not to, and she gets knocked out by them after they override her command to desist from attacking.
Diana and her compatriots run away during the firefight, but the TSB soldiers send flying spinning blades after them. She tells everyone to split up to evade them more easily and falls off a cliff's edge along with Steve while escaping a blade. After emerging out of the water, she is unable to find Steve and dives underwater to search for him. She rescues him after finding him drowning and takes him to a beach where he wakes up in the morning. Diana tells him that though they were able to escape, they've lost contact with the others.
As they go to find their compatriots, Steve learns Diana's ankle has healed and time on the island passes faster while people from different timelines are showing up here. She thinks that what happened to them and others happened for a purpose, stating how she lost him and then how she was made to follow him while taking away her powers, how Jonah lost Tallulah, with strange incidents happening every time they get some relief. Steve wonders if it's the same as the TV show about a similar TV entertainment show, making Diana realize they're in a game for others' entrainment. They soon come upon Atlantis which has mysteriously appeared near the island and Aquaman battling the monsters attacking it.
Two mysterious people who are watching what's happening praise the choices picked for the island and state it's time. As Aquaman spots Diana, he gets thrown far away by a monster before they can help. Steve tells Diana to run as they get attacked, but get mysteriously teleported to a spaceship before they can be harmed. As they fall unconscious, they are placed in cryostasis along with their comrades who have also been abducted.
Appearing in "Come Back To Me, Part Seven: A Royal Pain"
- Ghiskarri bounty hunters
- TSB Federation
- Tri K-4 (Mentioned only)
Synopsis for "The Villain's Journey, Chapter One: The Call for Adventure"
This story is reprinted from Justice League (Volume 2) #9.
Four years ago, a terminally ill David Graves consults his Doctor about his worsening condition. The Doctor tells him that his body is failing, and wonders why he hasn't contacted the Justice League, as they could potentially help him if they knew how he became sick. David says that the League cannot help him, and shoots his doctor, believing that he can only save himself.
Four years later, in Washington, D.C., Colonel Steve Trevor is stopped outside a liquor store by two paparazzi who ask about Wonder Woman dumping him and whether it was due to her attraction to another member of the Justice League. After punching one of them, Steve goes to his sister's house for dinner, showing how much he cares for her and her children.
In Gotham, Batman thinks about the letter he recently received from The Flash while remembering his childhood. Alfred tells him that the super-villain The Key has broken-into Arkham Asylum, and Bruce cancels a meeting to intervene.
In Metropolis Perry White praises Lois Lane for driving up newspaper sales. Steve Lombard jokes that he should marry her and she's gonna become old if she keeps waiting for Superman to which she states that he's waiting for her. She offers to buy tacos for some of her friends while Clark is left alone at his office and reminisces about being left alone in high school. He then receives a text message from Bruce Wayne asking if he has any "lunch plans."
At Arkham Asylum, Batman and Superman work together to subdue the chaos caused by the released prisoners, and attempt to find the Key. Cyborg arrives, and pulls up the prison's schematics in order to locate their intruder.
Steve Trevor arrives at his apartment, only to find the TV on. Thinking someone is there, he draws his gun and a mysterious figure approaches him and kidnaps him.
In Central City, the Flash and Green Lantern have just taken down the Weapons Master, after someone attacked Iron Heights to free him. After Flash fails at interrogating the criminal, the two call in Wonder Woman.
Back at Arkham, Superman, Batman, and Cyborg find the Key, who tells them that he broke into Arkham so he could escape from a mysterious attacker.
Both villains then reveal that they were both confronted by an individual who wanted to know the Justice League's weaknesses. This man was named "Graves".
In an undisclosed location, Steve Trevor is tortured for information about the League by Graves. While Steve resists the pain, Graves then threatens to harm Steve's sister and her children. Steve submits.
Appearing in "The Villain's Journey, Chapter One: The Call for Adventure"
- Justice League
- Colonel Steve Trevor (Flashback and main story)
- Lois Lane
- Steve Lombard
- Jimmy Olsen
- Perry White
- Alfred Pennyworth (Flashback only)
- David Graves
- Weapons Master (First appearance)
- Mad Hatter (Mentioned only)
- Starro (In picture only)
- Tracy Trevor (First appearance)
- Pete Ross (Flashback only)
- Silas Stone (Flashback only)
- Doctor White (Dies)
- OMAC (computer screen)
- Emma Graves (In a photograph only)
- Jason Graves (In a photograph only)
- Jennifer Graves (In a photograph only)
- Gotham City
- Maine (Flashback only)
- Augusta (Flashback only)
- Washington, D.C.
- Keystone City
- Stagg Enterprises (Mentioned only)
Synopsis for "Who Is Wonder Woman? Part Two"
This story is reprinted from Wonder Woman (Volume 3) #2.
Appearing in "Who Is Wonder Woman? Part Two"
- Department of Metahuman Affairs
- Teen Titans
- Doctor Psycho
- Doctor Poison (Flashback only)
- Osira (Flashback only) (First appearance)
- Doctor Cyber (Flashback only)
- Batman (Flashback only)
- Catwoman (Mentioned only)
- Green Lantern (On a TV or computer screen)
- I-Ching (On a TV or computer screen)
- Maxwell Lord (Mentioned only)
- Poison Ivy (Mentioned only)
- Suicide Squad (Mentioned only)
- Superboy (As an illusion only)
- Superman (On a TV or computer screen)
- New York
- Themyscira (Mentioned only)
- Washington, D.C. (Flashback and main story)
Synopsis for "The Others: Chapter Three"
This story is reprinted from Aquaman (Volume 7) #9.
At the United States Army Health Center in Germany, a man named Torrez is watching some old pictures in his room. Then, he takes the phone and calls an unidentified person. When the person answers, Torrez cannot bring himself to talk and the unidentified person hangs up. Torrez tries to call again, but Black Manta attacks him. However, Torrez manifests the memories of his fellow soldiers and defends himself, revealing himself as the Prisoner of War. Torrez then puts on his Manacles of Force and shoots Manta with a gun he had under his pillow. Resolute on not letting Manta having the manacles, the Prisoner jumps out of the window and escapes into the streets, followed by Manta.
Meanwhile on Brazil, Aquaman and Ya'Wara fight Manta's henchmen. One of Manta's hunters shoots Ya'Wara's jaguar. Enraged, Ya'Wara slaughters the hunters and summons a group of tigers to devour the last one. Aquaman is shocked that Ya'Wara is willing to use lethal force, but Ya'Wara replies that Aquaman enjoyed the heat of battle. Aquaman believes that Ya'Wara is trying to seduce him and reaffirms that he is married, causing Ya'Wara to doubt if Aquaman's change was for the better. Changing the subject, Aquaman exclaims that he made contact with the Others and they will meet again shortly.
Meanwhile, Shin is trying to examine the Atlantean black box, but Mera demands that he tell her everything she knows about Black Manta. Shin says the he hasn't spoken to Manta in years. He met Tom Curry when he saved Shin when his expedition went wrong. Tom introduced him to his son Arthur, and Shin taught him how to use his powers. Tom also told him about the Queen of Atlantis. Eventually, Shin tried to convince Tom to reveal Arthur's powers to the public, but he refused. He then tore Shin's lab apart, taking everything connected to Arthur. Shin wanted to reveal Arthur to the public so that he could save his career.
Later, Shin found a treasure hunter who found a shipwreck at the coast of Iceland. The treasure hunter had also fought off a group of pirates that tried to take his ship. Mera believes the treasure hunter to be Manta, and Shin confirms it. Shin wanted a sample of Arthur's blood to save his career, but Manta attacked Arthur and Tom interfered to save his son. Mera thinks that Manta killed Arthur's father, but Shin denies it. Tom suffered a heart attack and died three days later at the hospital. In a fit of rage, Aquaman killed Manta's father.
Meanwhile, Aquaman encounters Manta in Germany.
Appearing in "The Others: Chapter Three"
- United States Army Health Center
- United States
- Relics of Atlantis
- Trident of Neptune
- 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)
- Justice League Recommended Reading
- Justice League of America (Volume 1)
- Justice League of America (Volume 2)
- Justice League of America (Volume 3)
- Justice League of America (Volume 4)
- Justice League of America (Volume 5)
- JLA (Volume 1)
- Justice League (Volume 1)
- Justice League (Volume 2)
- Justice League (Volume 3)
- Justice League (Volume 4)
- Justice League International (Volume 1)
- Justice League International (Volume 2)
- Justice League International (Volume 3)
- Justice League Europe (Volume 1)
- Justice League America (Volume 1)
- Justice League Task Force (Volume 1)
- Justice League Quarterly (Volume 1)
- Justice League Dark (Volume 1)
- Justice League Dark (Volume 2)
- Extreme Justice (Volume 1)
- Justice League Elite (Volume 1)
- Justice League Odyssey (Volume 1)
- Aquaman Recommended Reading
- Action Comics (Volume 1)
- Adventure Comics (Volume 1)
- Aquaman (Volume 1)
- Aquaman (Volume 2)
- Aquaman (Volume 3)
- Aquaman (Volume 4)
- Aquaman (Volume 5)
- Aquaman (Volume 6)
- Aquaman (Volume 7)
- Aquaman (Volume 8)
- Aquaman and the Others (Volume 1)
- Aquaman: Sword of Atlantis (Volume 1)
- Aquaman: Time and Tide (Volume 1)
- Atlantis Chronicles (Volume 1)
- Detective Comics (Volume 1)
- World's Finest (Volume 1)