"I Walk the Line": In a flashback, someone tells us why Wonder Woman is the exception to the ones who talk about defending justice. She's a true hero, with the power equal to an atomic bomb, coming from a stranger world to h
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Appearing in "I Walk the Line"
- Wonder Woman (Flashback and main story)
- Emma (First appearance)
- Max Lord (Flashback and main story)
- Ares (Flashback only)
- A.R.G.U.S. (Flashback only)
- Steve Trevor (Flashback only)
- Cheetah (Flashback only)
- Dinosaurs (Flashback only)
- Justice League (Flashback only)
- Parademons (Flashback only)
- Sarah and Barney
Synopsis for "I Walk the Line"
In a flashback, someone tells us why Wonder Woman is the exception to the ones who talk about defending justice. She's a true hero, with the power equal to an atomic bomb, coming from a stranger world to help men bring peace to their lives. She fought many enemies, one of them a simple man who just saw her as dangerous for mankind, a man named Maxwell Lord, who thought he was fighting for the greater good.
Diana is back in Washington after transferring there with many other Amazons to supervise the start of work for the Amazon Embassy. In this new apartment she lives in, she meets her new neighbor, a girl called Emma, and bonds with her since the start. The two decide to go shopping for furniture, as Diana's new home clearly needs some. While there, Diana stops a woman from causing a catastrophic urban accident that would have killed both her and her son: the woman was mind-controlled in some way, a thing that makes Diana suspicious.
As she has to intervene to sedate a riot inside a max security prison, Diana asks her supervisors if the sector she will break into contains psychics and her suspicions are confirmed: likely the one who started the revolt is also the man who controlled the mind of the woman she saved earlier. Diana is not surprised to find out that Maxwell Lord is right there where she stands, awaiting for her next move. Once again, the narrator tells us that sometimes it's not easy to identify who are the heroes and the villains, that sometimes humans want justice to be firm and safe as a shield, but also powerful and direct as a hammer, and that's an equilibrium not easy to find.
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