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"Who Is Donna Troy?": On Olympus, Diana searches for the Gods, who seem to be absent. The only person she meets is Harold Champion, who traded identities with Heracles to be immortal. He explains that it wasn't worth it and he's unhappy. Diana wants to help him but she's distracted by sensing so

Wonder Woman (Volume 2) #134 is an issue of the series Wonder Woman (Volume 2) with a cover date of June, 1998.

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Synopsis for "Who Is Donna Troy?"

On Olympus, Diana searches for the Gods, who seem to be absent. The only person she meets is Harold Champion, who traded identities with Heracles to be immortal. He explains that it wasn't worth it and he's unhappy. Diana wants to help him but she's distracted by sensing something unusual happening on Earth.

Meanwhile, Wonder Woman (Hippolyta) returns to present day from her adventure in the past and visits Jay and Joan Garrick at the Sandsmark home. She asks after Donna Troy to find out they don't know anybody by that name. However, Wally West remembers Donna and discovers that everybody else forgot her as if she was erased from existence. Donna is being tormented by Dark Angel who puts her through horrible realities over and over again. Hippolyta, Jay and Wally find the two of them. Dark Angel reveals the reason for targeting Donna: she is trying to get to Wonder Woman by tormenting her daughter. Hippolyta denies being Donna's mother, but Dark Angel calls her a liar and vanishes, taking Donna with her and erasing her from memory again. The team of heroes realize they remember her because they recently travelled in time and they vow to save Donna.

On Themyscira, Phillipus approaches a troubled Magala who senses something strange happening that has to do with both the island and the outside world. She shows a picture depicting two identical young girls who could be none other than Princess Diana. Magala tells the story of casting a spell to help young Diana who felt lonely because she was surrounded by adults. Magala promises to get the Princess someone to play with if she swears to keep it a secret.



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