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"The Maniacs of Mercury": When a space mission in Wonder Woman's robot plane goes awry, the heroine saves herself and two sister Amazons from falling into the sun by diverting their course to land them on Mercury. There they become prisoners of the giant Mercurian males, led by King Celerito, wh


Quote1 I'll focus the microscope more sharply! Suffering Sappho! There's the queen and her proton girls! Quote2
-- Wonder Woman



Appearing in "The Maniacs of Mercury"

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Synopsis for "The Maniacs of Mercury"

When a space mission in Wonder Woman's robot plane goes awry, the heroine saves herself and two sister Amazons from falling into the sun by diverting their course to land them on Mercury. There they become prisoners of the giant Mercurian males, led by King Celerito, who have enslaved all their women. Wonder Woman breaks free, encircles Celerito with her magic lasso, and orders him to release her sister Amazons and the Mercurian women. The ladies of Mercury give Celerito and other males a taste of menial work, but Wonder Woman tells them to live with them in love and peace and equality shortly afterward. Then she and the two Amazons return to Earth.

Appearing in "The Mystery of the Atom World"

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Synopsis for "The Mystery of the Atom World"

Wonder Woman discovers a miniature sun in the crater of an atomic bomb test and recovers it for study in Paradise Island. The Amazons discover that an atom of uranium from the sun is really a miniature planet, controlled by female “protons” led by Queen Atomia, who have enslaved the male “neutrons”. Atomia directs the atom-world into a beaker of water in the Amazons' laboratory, creating a vapor that kayos the Amazons and shrinks them into “protons”. She binds the Amazons and has them taken prisoner, telling Wonder Woman she intends to enslave her and use her to master the Earth. Wonder Woman uses a telepathic command to have the “neutrons” free her, after which she frees the other Amazons, enlarges them and herself, and returns with them to Paradise Island.

Appearing in "The Origin of the Amazon Plane!"

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Synopsis for "The Origin of the Amazon Plane!"

This story is reprinted from Wonder Woman #80.

Appearing in "Wonder Woman Amazon Teen-Ager!"

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Synopsis for "Wonder Woman Amazon Teen-Ager!"

This story is reprinted from Wonder Woman #107.

While out swimming off the shores of Paradise Island, Wonder Girl is shocked when she is greeted by a Merboy named Ronno. The Merboy is instantly smitten by Wonder Girl, but the two must part when Wonder Girl has to return to the mainland. Later, Wonder Girl meet with her mother Queen Hippolyta and they watch their time/space televisor and watch future adventures of Diana when she becomes the super-hero known as Wonder Woman. Seeing her future exploits play out in front of her excites Wonder Girl, they watch as her future self saves a burning plane from disaster. After they have finished viewing, Wonder Girl asks when she can wear the uniform she saw her future self wearing. The queen tells her that she has to win the right to wear it, and devises a contest for her to claim her new uniform.

After having the Amazons of Paradise Island come up with ideas for Wonder Girl's new costume, the queen selects the best one and refuses to show Wonder Girl the winning design. She then has the three components of the costume put in perilous places for Wonder Girl to recover. The first portion of her costume is hidden inside the "cannibal clam," located under the waters near Paradise Island. Wonder Girl manages to recover the first portion, stars for her blue skirt. Witnessing Wonder Girl under water again Ronno attempts to get her attention and gets endangered by a sword fish. When Wonder Girl is momentarily distracted by this, her foot is caught in a clam shell, and she is forced to fight off the sword fish before she can free her self. Pulling Ronno to the surface, she learns why he got in trouble in the first place and she thanks him for his attempt at helping before swimming off for he next feat.

The next item is located at a giant Roc's nest, and Wonder Girl decides to skip it for the time being so that she can go after the next item. She finds that it is her golden lasso and it's suspended over an active volcano. Riding the air currents, Wonder Girl manages to recover the lasso. She then uses it to climb up the peak where the Roc's next is located. When Ronno arrives and is terrified by the Roc who owns the next, Wonder Girl goes to his rescue. The two are grabbed and dropped into the nest, intended to be the unhatched eggs' first meal. There Wonder Girl spots the third part of her uniform: A golden eagle crest for the front of her shirt. The duo then jump out of the nest and Wonder Girl rides the currents to evade the hungry Roc.

Back in the safety of the water, the two new friends swim back to Paradise Island where Wonder Girl gives Ronno one of her hair ribbons as a memento of their adventure together. When she returns to the island victorious, the Amazons throw a celebration for Wonder Girl.

Appearing in "The Winning of Wonder Woman's Tiara!"

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Synopsis for "The Winning of Wonder Woman's Tiara!"

This story is reprinted from Wonder Woman #75.

Appearing in "Wonder Tot and Mister Genie!"

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Synopsis for "Wonder Tot and Mister Genie!"

This story is reprinted from Wonder Woman #126.

When Queen Hippolyte sees Wonder Tot balancing a golden apple on her head and wearing a diamond star-shaped clip for her ponytail, she asks her child how she got the objects. Wonder Tot explains that when a strong wind blew her out of bed, she rode the air currents to an island where she overcame a guardian dragon and took one of the golden apples that grew there on a tree. Later, she found a chest on the island's beach, opened it, and liberated a genie who had been imprisoned there. The genie, who had grown embittered over his long imprisonment, threw Wonder Tot inside his chest and sat on it to keep her inside. But Wonder Tot used ventriloquism to make it seem that she had escaped, and the genie, whom she calls “Mr. Genie”, got up from the chest to find her, enabling her to crawl out. She then imprisoned him in the chest, until he swore to grant her one wish, upon which she let him free again. Overjoyed, Mr. Genie kicked the chest into the sea and asked Wonder Tot what her wish was. She wished for a star to be made into a clip for her ponytail. After an adventure in space in which the two new friends destroyed an alien invader craft and smashed through a meteor shower, Mr. Genie recovered a diamond within one of the smashed meteors and gave it to Wonder Tot for a hair clip. Then the two parted, with Mr. Genie assuring her he would do his best to fulfill any further wishes she might have.

Appearing in "The Secret of Wonder Woman's Sandals!"

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Synopsis for "The Secret of Wonder Woman's Sandals!"

This story is reprinted from Wonder Woman #72.

Appearing in "The Mirage Mirrors!"

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This story is reprinted from Wonder Woman #130.

After Diana Prince finds that Steve Trevor is too dumb-struck with love for Wonder Woman to consider taking her out, she asks Queen Hippolyte for advice. She tells her daughter how, when Hercules was smitten with her, and did nothing but brag to her of Hippolyte's beauty while the Queen assumed a secret identity as an Amazon soldier, she fooled him with a “mirage-mirror” that gave her two heads, allowing her to assume any shape she wished temporarily. Later, when he asked the normal Queen Hippolyte for a date, Hercules was chagrined to find her going off with Apollo. Queen Hippolyte still has a mirage-mirror on hand, and lends it to Wonder Woman. The Amazing Amazon goes to a charity carnival with Steve Trevor and uses it to distort her appearance into that of a circus fat-girl and a super-tall elongated thin woman, in which guises she thwarts attempts of Angle Man and his gang to rob the carnival. Finally, when Diana Prince appears, Steve asks her for a date, but she turns out to have Superman on her arm, and tells him she has other plans.

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